Arm Injury Compensation Claim Information

An arm injury can certainly impede on your everyday life. Arm injuries can range from minor to severe, but all of which could have been avoidable if the accident that caused the arm injury was not your fault. Broken arm compensation claim is generally stripped down into two parts. The first part is compensation for your loss of amenity, pain and suffering, which can vary from person to person. The second part of the claim is loss of earnings and medical expenses, which are usually much easier to calculate. If you have had an accident that wasn’t your fault, you may be eligible for compensation.

How do Arm Injury accident claims happen?

An arm injury usually refers to damage of the muscle, tissue or bone in the limb which extends from the shoulder to the wrist. In medical terms, the arm is the upper arm, and the lower being the forearm. Broken arm injuries can happen in a multitude of ways since they are one of the most common bones to be broken in an accident. The most common injury is due to having a slip or a fall and landing with full weight on the arm. Our experienced personal injury solicitors can help you to get the money and the justice that you deserve. To begin your claim, contact Tylers Solicitors today. 

Can I make an Arm Injury accident claim?

Whatever arm injury you’ve suffered as a result of an accident or medical negligence, get in touch today. Our legal team can work with you to ensure that you receive the maximum amount of compensation you deserve. No matter what kind of injury you’ve suffered we are here for you. If you’re unsure as to whether you are eligible for compensation, contact our team today for friendly, no obligation advice. 

How do I make an Arm Injury compensation claim?

If you suffer an injury to your arm as a result of medical negligence, a car accident, a failure in a duty of care, or an inability to act, and as a consequence of this have suffered a broken arm, you will most likely be able to claim compensation. You can reach our experienced team directly by calling us on 0800 699 0079. You can also use our simple online contact form and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

Does it matter how the Injury was Caused?

If you are unsure of whether or not you are eligible to put in a compensation claim for your arm, you should contact a professional solicitor who will be able to give you sound, legal advice on how to go about processing your claim, and approximately how much you should expect to receive. Some people have suffered injuries to their arm via sports and other activities such as football, tennis and rugby.

Arm Injury Compensation Amounts

If you have suffered an Arm Injury and want to know the average amount of compensation you can claim, feel free to use our quick arm injury compensation calculator below to calculate the compensation award you will receive.

Minor Arm Injuries
If you have been unfortunate enough to be in an accident that results in a minor arm injury or fracture, then you may be able to make a claim for compensation. 
Up to £4,200
Moderate Arm Injuries
If you are unfortunate enough to suffer a moderate arm injury, such as a broken arm, with on going symptoms, then you will be able to file a claim for compensation.
£4,200 to £25,000
Serious Arm Injuries
Have you been in an accident or suffered multiple broken bones due to an event that wasn’t your fault? Then you may be able to make a claim for compensation. A serious arm injury that wasn’t your fault means that you are eligible to file a claim. 
£25,000 to £84,000
Severe Arm Injuries
If you are unfortunate enough to suffer a severe arm injury, that has resulted in amputation, then you will be able to claim compensation.
£62,000 to £120,270

Frequently Asked Questions

How long until I can make an Arm injury compensation claim?

If you have been unfortunate enough to suffer an arm injury of any kind, we would recommend documenting the entire process and getting a professional opinion. It is important to gather and retain any evidence that would support your case, for instance, photographs of your injury where necessary and medical notes from your Doctor. If you want to start a claim then contact Tylers Solicitors today! Please ensure that you file your claim within three years from the date of your accident, or you may be unable to process your claim if too much time has lapsed. 

What Type of Arm Injury Compensation can I expect to receive?

Compensation for your loss of amenity and pain/suffering
This compensation describes what the courts have decided as an acceptable amount for arm injuries. In order for this to be established, you will visit a medical professional who will examine you, and your injury. They will discuss and evaluate how long your recovery will be, and whether or not there are likely to be any further complications.

Compensation for your loss of earnings
This compensation covers any financial losses you have occurred due to a result of your injury. For example, if you have had to have time off from work to recover from your broken arm, you can claim the income back. You can also claim any expenses such as mileage and medical treatments you have had to pay due to your injury. If necessary, you can also claim back the expenses of nursing help, if a friend or family member has helped to look after you whilst recovering.

Need more information? Don’t worry, our expert claims solicitors will advise you along the way

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Tylers Solicitors Accepts Nationwide Arm Injury Compensation Claims

No matter where you were injured in the UK, Tylers Solicitors are just a telephone call away from giving you expert advice about your accident that resulted in your Arm Injury. If you would like to contact us about claiming compensation then telephone 0800 699 0079 today for a no obligation chat or contact us via our simple online contact form.