Arm injury / Elbow Injury Compensation
With over 30 years’ experience successfully handling recovering arm injury compensation. We have dealt with many arm injury claim cases over the years, successfully recovering £1000’s in compensation for people who have suffered broken arms, cuts and lacerations, dislocations, sprain injuries, cartilage damage, nerve damage, burns, amputations, fractures and crush injuries to name just a few.
If you have suffered an injury to your arm in a road traffic accident, accident at work, or from a slip, trip or fall through no fault of your own, you may be entitled to make a claim for compensation to alleviate the financial difficulties you face through not being able to work or drive or simply performing day to day tasks.
Do you have an arm injury? It’s time to speak to us.
Our specialist personal injury solicitors have extensive experience in arm injury claims. We can provide you with expert legal advice. Initially when we speak to you we will asses if you have a case to claim for, there is no obligation by doing this and free. By doing this we can get the details of what happened and also give you the information on what would be involved and also talk to you about what to expect in compensation for your injury. As always if we take on any cases this would be done on a on a no win no fee basis.
How much can I claim
The compensation you could expect to receive for an arm injury claim, elbow injury or broken arm varies from person to person as each individual case is different and individual circumstances have to be taken into account.
Compensation awarded to you will be based on two things; the pain and suffering the injury has caused you, and your financial losses and expenses. Speak to one of our solicitors at PHC Law to assess if you have a claim and we can assess with you the severity of the injury. Remember that this is no – obligation so it will cost you nothing to find out where you stand. Either call us or fill out the small form to the right with the basics of what has happened to you and we will get a solicitor to call you back and go through everything in more detail and from that you can make an informed decision on what you would like to do next.