Neck Injury Claims
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- Neck Injury Compensation Claims
- What are Bone Fractures and Dislocations?
- What are Ruptured Tendon Neck Injuries?
- Can I Claim for Severe Neck injuries?
- How Much Compensation Am I Likely to Get?
- Neck Injury Compensation Claims Calculator
Neck Injury Compensation Amounts
Neck Injury Compensation Claims
With the neck injury symptoms being one of the biggest injuries within a car accident or an accident involving a trip, slip or fall or an neck injury at work, a variety of symptoms can occur.
From Post Concussion Syndrome to a possible brain trauma injury, we understand that any of these can affect your everyday life after an accident that wasn’t your fault.
We have listed below some of the injuries we can help you with where you may be able to claim compensation.
What are Bone Fractures and Dislocations?
Serious impact or force may dislocate or fracture a bone and possibly break a bone if this happens it can cause serious problems both short term and long term possibly leaving you paralysed which in turn could be life altering.
If you have had one of the injuries or something similar listed above then Tylers Solicitors can help you make the right claim and get you what you are deserved for your accident we understand how difficult it can be to begin a claim as well as dealing with a serious injury the stress of everything may be too much, but we will help you every step of the way ensuring that you get the compensation you deserve.
What are Ruptured Tendon Neck Injuries?
A Ruptured tendon is usually caused by high physical stress such as crashes or sharp blows to the tendons such as a slip, trip, fall or assault. Ruptured tendons tend to cause extreme pain within the area and find it very difficult to move also experiencing bruising and swelling to the area.
Can I Claim for Severe Neck injuries?
A serious neck injury usually caused by a serious road traffic accident or slip, trip or fall with a great impact on the neck with no feeling or movement in the neck after injury and treatment and can cause severe disabilities as there will be major damage to soft tissues and tendons.
How Much Compensation Am I Likely to Get?
In regards to compensation amounts, it can vary depending on factors such as the severity of of your neck injury and how long ago it happened. There are various different types of neck injuries that you can experience such as whiplash, injuries in traumatic events and through paralysis. If you want to get a rough estimate of how much you could be owed, we advise you to use our very own compensation calculator!
Neck Injury Compensation Claims Calculator
If you, or someone close to you is suffering from a minor to severe neck injury from a traumatic event or accident that wasn’t your fault, you could be entitled to make a compensation claim. The exact amount you could be owed depends on your personal circumstance. However, you can use Tylers’ simple child abuse compensation calculator below!
Minor Neck Injury Compensation Amounts
|In these instances, neck injuries will be minor and a quick recovery is often expected. The amount of compensation for minor neck injuries will depend purely on the intensity of the pain, the presence of additional symptoms and the the extent of the on going symptoms.|
|£1,220 to £6,500|
Moderate Neck Injury Compensation Amounts
|Moderate neck injuries are in the bracket of those injuries that may have accelerated a pre-existing condition over a shorter period of time which is usually less than five years. This bracket also applies to moderate soft tissue injuries where the period of recovery has been fairly protracted.|
|£6,200 to £10,200|
Serious Neck Injury Compensation Amounts
|These sort of neck injuries often involve serious fractures or damage to discs in the cervical spine. This can cause permanent damage to the brachial plexus and cause substantial loss of movement in the neck and loss of function in the limbs. Call us today to make a compensation claim.|
|up to £63,000|
Severe Neck Injury Compensation Amounts
|In these instances, severe neck injuries can result in permanent spastic quadriparesis and often permanent paraplegia. Severe neck injuries can result in life changing situations such as being unable to work and going through extensive treatment. Call us now and we can start your claim.|
|Up to £125,000|
Frequently Asked Questions
For More Information on Neck Injury Compensation, Call Tylers Solicitors Today
If you have suffered a neck injury, you may be able to make a claim today to find out if we can help you then don’t hesitate to contact us on 0800 699 0079 to find out if we may be able to help you. We will ensure you get what you are deserved for your accident and troubles that may have been caused in the process.
Are There Any Other Types of Neck Injury?
Just like many types of injuries, neck injuries are complex and extensive in regards to the different injuries you can sustain. There is an exhaustive list of the variety you can claim for. However, throughout our time as personal injury solicitors, we’ve found that the most common ones are: Whiplash, Neck Sprain, Broken Neck, Cervical Dystonia and many more.
What are the Essentials For Claiming?
With any sort of compensation claim, you stand a much better chance of winning if you have evidence and proof that it wasn’t your fault and that the injury was caused by negligence from a third party. Just a few of the main examples of collecting evidence that we will need are: photographs of the scene and where it occurred, gaining CCTV footage, collecting witness statements and medical records if possible.
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We Accept Nationwide Neck Injury Compensation Claims
Here at Tylers Solicitors, we are proud to offer a complete range of legal services, including neck injury compensation claims. Our no-win, no-fee legal experts are just a phone call away from helping you to start your claim for compensation. For more information, don’t hesitate to call us directly on 0800 699 0079. Alternatively, you can also email any questions or concerns you might have through our simple online contact form. We’ll get back to you as soon as we can.
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