Nerve Damage Compensation Claim
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- Nerve Damage Information
- What is Nerve Damage?
- What Evidence Will I Need for a Nerve Damage Compensation Claim?
- What Kinds of Nerve Damage Could I Be Able to Claim For?
- What Kinds of Accidents Can I Claim Compensation For?
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Nerve Damage Claim Amounts
Nerve Damage Information
If you want to start a claim for a nerve damage then you should discuss your case with a lawyer specialising in nerve damage claims such as Tylers Solicitors. This will ensure that your claim has the best chance of success, because we have the competence and professional expertise required to process a claim for nerve damage.
What is Nerve Damage?
Nerve Damage is an injury which can be caused by the nerves in your body being pinched or compressed between bones, cartilage muscles & tendons. Nerves are present across your body, and can be extremely painful when damaged. If a company has put you in danger of receiving a nerve damage injury, then it is vital that you consult a solicitor who will claim compensation on your behalf.
What Evidence Will I Need for a Compensation Claim?
When attempting to claim compensation for nerve damage, you will need to make sure you have the right evidence. You will need a diagnosis of nerve damage, and evidence that it was caused by another party. Nerve damage can be caused by a sports injury, a road traffic collision, medical negligence and more. Get in touch with Tylers Solicitors today for more information on the evidence you’ll need to make an effective claim for compensation.
What Kinds of Nerve Damage Could I Be Able to Claim For?
So long as the nerve damage you’ve suffered isn’t your fault, you can make a claim for compensation for any kind of nerve injury. Nerve damage, including trapped nerves, can be part of almost any bodily injury, in addition to serious issues of their own. Whether you’re suffering from serious trapped nerves, damaged nerces causes chronic pain, or nerve damage leading to mobility issues, get in touch with Tylers Solicitors today.
What Kinds of Nerve Damage Accidents Can I Claim Compensation For?
No matter what kind of injury you’ve suffered, if you’ve sustained nerve damage that wasn’t your fault, you will be able to make a claim for compensation. Some of the most common causes of incidents resulting in nerve damage include:
- Workplace Accidents
- Industrial Conditions
- Road Traffic Collisions
- Sports Injuries
- Medical Negligence
Nerve Damage Amounts
If you’ve suffered any kind of damage, you are entitled to make a claim for compensation. The amount of compensation you could receive will depend on the severity of your injuries and the impact it has had on your life. Curious about how much you could be entitled to? Check out our simple nerve damage calculator below!
Hand Nerve Damage Amounts
|If you’ve suffered nerve damage in your hand, particularly your thumb, you’ll be able to claim for compensation. It is common for these injuries to weaken or otherwise cause significant loss of grip. Here at Tylers Solicitors, we can help you to make your compensation claim.|
|Up to £12,080|
Lower Limb Nerve Damage Amounts
|If you’ve suffered nerve damage in one, or both, legs following an accident, you may be able to claim compensation. This nerve injury can be extremely painful and even result in the loss of mobility. For more information, get in touch with Tylers Solicitors today.|
|£12,850 to £19,850|
Carpal Tunnel Nerve Damage Amounts
|If you’ve developed carpal tunnel syndrome as a result of your work, you will be able to claim for compensation. This syndrome could affect one or both sides of your body. Tylers can help you to get carpal tunnel compensation following a medical diagnosis.|
|£10,600 to £16,500|
Spinal Cord Damage Compensation Amounts
|If an accident has left you with spinal cord nerve damage, you may be able to make a claim for compensation. These injuries can be extremely painful, and even cause incomplete paralysis and other symptoms. For to make a compensation claim for spinal cord nerve damage, get in touch with Tylers Solicitors experienced team today.|
|£65,000 to £115,000|
Frequently Asked Questions
How Long Do I Have to Claim for Nerve Damage?
Whenever you’ve been diagnosed with nerve damage, you have three years from the date of diagnosis to proceed with your compensation for nerve damage claim. This is true of nerve damage caused by accidents in addition to those caused by medical negligence, employer negligence or poor working conditions.
Is Tylers a No-Win, No-Fee Nerve Damage Solicitors?
Yes. Here at Tylers, we are proud to offer our clients a no-win, no-fee service. Our personal injury specialists are experts when it comes to helping our clients get the maximum amount of compensation for their needs. If we fail to get you the compensation you deserve, you don’t need to pay us a penny!
How Do I Make a Nerve Damage Injury Claim?
To make a nerve damage injury claim, it is recommended to get in touch with a solicitor with specialisation in these types of compensation claims. Since each case is different, the solicitor will help you in mapping out the steps which you need to take to make a successful claim.
I Suffered Nerve Damage at Work: Can I Make a Compensation Claim?
If you’ve suffered any kind of nerve damage at work, you will be able to make a claim for compensation. In most cases, nerve damage is caused by long-term working conditions, including vibrating equipment. You will also be able to make a claim for nerve damage if you’ve suffered an accident at work, through someone else’s negligence or a lack of safety equipment/training.
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We accept Nationwide Compensation Claims
If you have damaged nerves for one reason or another and it wasn’t your fault, then you should not hesitate to call Tylers Solicitors today as you may be eligible for compensation. Call Tylers on 0800 699 0079 today for a no obligation chat, or use our simple online contact form.
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