9th June 2015
If you have decided to make a compensation claim following a personal injury then you may be wondering where to…
Less severe arm injury claims can still lead to serious consequences, including significant disability. As a result, the overall value of a less severe arm injury varies according to a huge range of factors, including the extent of the injury, its long-term prognosis, and the additional expenses a claimant faced as a result of the injury.
These personal injuries occur following a huge range of accidents, including workplace accident, motor vehicle accidents, sporting accidents, slips, trips and industrial diseases. Musculoskeletal disorder, fractures, nerve damage, torn ligaments and soft tissue damage can all lead to arm injury compensation claims, and the injury can last for a long time or even be lifelong. Fortunately, the majority of people make a full recovery, although they can experience a lot of pain and other difficulties as a result of the injury.
If you were injured in an accident that was not entirely your fault, you have the right to claim for compensation against the negligent party. This could be the council, your employer, a retailer, or any other organisation. It is likely that the negligent party has insurance to cover themselves in the event of a compensation claim, so using solicitors is the only way to receive all the money you deserve.
While the figures on this page are based on lower arm injury claims our personal injury lawyers have secured, you will need to speak to us to receive an accurate assessment of your personal injury claim. We will evaluate your damages and losses to come up with a fair assessment of your damages, and help you succeed in your case so you can receive all the money you are entitled to.
For more information, or to start making a claim, just call us on 08000 430 430 or complete our online enquiry form to request a call back.