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How Much Can I Claim For Permanent And Substantial Disablement

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Permanent and substantial disablement

Serious lower arm fractures can lead to substantial and permanent disablement, afflicting part or all of the hand as well as the arm. This can cause significant problems to a person’s quality of life, making it difficult for them to remain in their current employment or to continue participating in their favourite pastimes.

Personal injury solicitors deal with disabling lower arm injury claims that arise from a variety of accidents. These include accidents at work, motor vehicle accidents, criminal injuries and public liability claims. Slips and trips, falls from height, collisions with moving objects and a huge range of other factors can lead to arm injuries, and if these accidents were partially or wholly caused by someone else’s negligence, then the victim can make a personal injury claim.

The overall value of a compensation claim depends on a range of issues, including the extent of a claimant’s injuries, how long they took off work and the impact the injury had on their quality of life. If the accident was wholly someone else’s fault, you should not lose out on a penny and should be able to reclaim your losses. Therefore, the figures on this page should be considered as a guideline only.

However, the majority of personal injury compensation is paid out by insurance companies, and these businesses will try to protect their bottom line and minimise the size of any overall payout. You should not accept a claim until you speak to arm injury solicitors and find out how much your claim is worth.

We at Clearwater Solicitors have handled a huge range of arm injury claims, so we have the specialist knowledge and experience you need to succeed in your claim. To find out more information or to start making a compensation claim, call us today on 08000 430 430 or fill in our online enquiry form.

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