How much is my arm injury claim worth?
Every arm injury is different, as they can range from sprained wrists to full amputations. How much money you may be entitled to for your pain and suffering can be anything from £2,810 for a minor wrist injury to £239,140 for a severe arm amputation. Find out more with our 30-second claims calculator or call one of our friendly advisors on 0800 175 7900.
Will I have to pay to claim for my arm injury?
We believe in justice for all. So we are proud to offer No Win No Fee compensation claims to around 98% of our customers. That means you won't have to pay any money up front. We only get a fee when we win you the compensation you deserve. This makes claiming for an arm injury easy and worry-free, as it makes sure you will never be out of pocket due to legal fees.
Will I have to have a medical for my arm injury claim?
A medical opinion is the best evidence for many arm injuries, especially where there are no outward signs. The best way to get an accurate picture of the damage to your arm is for you to see a medical specialist near you, at no expense to you. They will work out exactly how bad your injury is and how long it might take for you to recover. This enables us to claim compensation for you, based on solid medical evidence.
Will I have to go to court for an arm injury claim?
Arm injury compensation claims are usually settled between lawyers and insurance companies. Especially where someone else is at fault, there's rarely any need to go to court. In fact, you don't even have to come to one of our conveniently located offices to start your claim if you don't want to; we often help people via telephone, email and by post.
What sort of arm injuries can I claim for?
A lot of arm injuries happen in the workplace, due to unsafe working practices or defective safety equipment. Having said that, we see many customers who have suffered arm injuries due to everything from cycling accidents to slips and trips in public places. Injuries we commonly help with include:
- Broken wrist
- Broken arm
- Hard Arm Vibration (HAVS)
- Tennis elbow
- Broken collarbone
- Nerve damage
There are many other types of arm injury though, and we could help you to claim for them where someone else was to blame. If this has happened to you, speak to one of our friendly advisors today about claiming the compensation you deserve.
What can I claim for?
Life can be pretty tough if one or both of your arms has been injured. It can be hard to go to work, hard to get about and hard to look after yourself. So when you have received an arm injury that was someone else's fault, you may be eligible to claim compensation for a number of things, including:
- Pain and suffering
- Loss of earnings
- Hospital visits
- Medical expenses
If someone else's carelessness has caused you to suffer an arm injury, you are fully entitled to talk to us about claiming rightful compensation using an expert lawyer.
Who's to blame for my arm injury?
Accidents in the workplace account for a lot of arm injuries, but they are also caused by car accidents, cycling accidents and all sorts of slips, trips and falls in any public place. Some of the most common causes of arm injuries include:
- Workplace injuries: due to defective equipment
- Slips and trips: when you use an arm to break your fall
- Car accidents: for drivers, cyclists and pedestrians
The most important thing is that in many of these cases, someone else will be at fault for your arm injury. If this has happened to you, feel free to talk to one of our friendly advisors about making a No Win No Fee claim now on 0800 175 7900.