9th June 2015
If you have decided to make a compensation claim following a personal injury then you may be wondering where to…
Upper arm injury claims can reach high figures, as the consequences of damage to this limb can be serious. Deep wounds or broken bones can cause nerve damage, which can lead to stiffness or a complete loss of function. People can find they are no longer able to continue in their careers or participate in their favourite hobbies after suffering arm injuries, and recovery times can be extensive or even lifelong.
If you have suffered an upper arm injury in an accident or incident that wasn’t your fault, you can make a compensation claim. Making a personal injury claim can help you to cope with the cost of rehabilitative therapy and improve your recovery time, and can ensure you do not fall into serious financial problems as a result of the injury.
You will not just be compensated for your pain and suffering, but also for the impact the personal injury has had on your quality of life. This means you should be recompensed for lost wages and any other expenses you have faced, so you won’t have to struggle to get by after the accident.
We’ve handled a huge variety of upper arm injury claims, including less severe injuries, accidents that lead to permanent and substantial disabilities, and those that completely disable an arm. The figures on this page are based on compensation claims we have succeeded in, but the value of your claim will depend on a huge range of factors, including the extent of your injuries, your long-term prognosis and your total losses.
To discuss your claim with our personal injury solicitors, or to receive a more accurate assessment for your personal injury claim simply give us a call today! You can reach us by dialling 08000 430 430 or filling in our handy online enquiry form.
we have 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.