Fractured Trapezoid Compensation Claims Information
If you have suffered from a broken or fractured trapezoid as the result of an accident that was not your fault, you will be eligible to claim compensation. A trapezoid is a carpal bone that gives structure to the palm of the hand. If fractured or broken, a damaged trapezoid can lead to limited capacity and movement, and can of course impede on your everyday life. If you have sustained a fractured trapezoid due to someone else’s negligence, we are here to help you to claim the compensation you deserve.
When is it Possible to Claim Compensation For A Fractured Trapezoid?
As with any personal injury, you have a time period of three years from the date of your initial accident to make a claim for compensation. If you allow more time to lapse, you will unfortunately find yourself disappointed as your claim will not be accepted. In fact, not only does claiming within the three-year period ensure that your compensation claim will be valid, but in most circumstances, it makes gathering physical evidence to support your claim much easier too. If you are unsure as to the dates of your incident, or you wish to gain further advice, please feel free to contact us today.
Can I Claim For A Fractured Trapezoid Sustained At Work?
Yes – if you have suffered from a fractured trapezoid as the result of an accident at work, you will be eligible to make a claim. If, for instance, your employer has displayed negligence in terms of health and safety measures and you have sustained a fractured trapezoid as a result, you will be entitled to claim compensation for your injuries. To begin your claim, please get in touch today.
How Do I Make A Claim For A Fractured Trapezoid?
To make a claim for a fractured trapezoid, contact our team at Tylers Solicitors today. Our expertly trained personal injury solicitors will guide you through the process of claiming for a fractured trapezoid, and we will keep you informed with the progress of your claim. We will ask you to gather evidence where necessary to support your claim. Of course, our goal is to ensure that you receive the maximum amount of fractured trapezoid compensation that you are entitled to.
Why Choose Tylers Solicitors to Claim Fractured Trapezoid Compensation?
- Tylers Solicitors is one of the UK’s leading personal injury solicitors.
- We are a no-win, no-fee personal injury solicitors.
- We specialise in personal injuries, including fractured trapezoids.
- We have an outstanding success rate for personal injury claims.
- We keep you informed throughout every stage of your claim.
- We will wholly represent your claim on your behalf.
Fractured Trapezoid Compensation Claims Amounts
A fractured trapezoid injury can seriously affect your manual dexterity, so it’s vital to claim the compensation you are entitled to so as to cover you for loss of earnings and medical costs, for example. Would you like to find out how much compensation you could receive? Use our easy fractured trapezoid compensation calculator below for average personal injury compensation awards.
Minor Fractured Trapezoid Compensation Amounts
Many people fully recover from a minor fractured trapezoid within a six month period. However, during the time following the injury, the individual is likely to experience daily pain and the incapacity to perform simple day-to-day tasks now affected by a lack of dexterity.
£730 – £3,810
Moderate Fractured Trapezoid Compensation Amounts
A moderate fractured trapezoid is usually seen alongside other contributing injuries, including soft tissue, damage and lacerations. The combination of injuries require further medical attention and of course, will take much longer to fully heal, if they ever do.
£4,640 – £11,640
Serious Fractured Trapezoid Compensation Amounts
A serious fractured trapezoid can dramatically and impair the function of the hand, rendering an individual almost wholly unable to complete simple day-to-day tasks in addition to working, not to mention the inexplicable pain and suffering ensued as a result.
£11,520 – £25,430
Severe Fractured Trapezoid Compensation Amounts
Unfortunately, a severe fractured trapezoid can reduce the capacity of the hand by over 50%, which can certainly impede on a person’s everyday lifestyle and career. This, alongside daily pain, can cause debilitating, life-long concerns for an individual.
£23,110 – £54,280
Frequently Asked Questions
Can Tylers Solicitors Help Me To File A Fractured Trapezoid Claim?
Yes. Here at Tylers Solicitors, we are especially skilled in representing our clients who wish to file personal injury claims in the UK. If you have suffered from a fractured trapezoid as the direct result of someone else’s negligence, we are here for you. We will talk you through each stage of the claims process as we take action on your behalf to ensure that you receive the maximum amount of compensation you are entitled to. For more information, or to discuss a potential fractured trapezoid claim with our personal injury specialists, call us today.
Is Tylers Solicitors A No-Win, No-Free Fractured Trapezoid Claims Solicitors?
Yes. Here at Tylers Solicitors, we work on a no-win, no-fee basis. This means that if your claim for compensation is unsuccessful, you do not have to pay us a penny for our legal services. If you would like more information about our no-win, no-fee fractured trapezoid compensation claims, or you wish to speak to a solicitor for further advice, feel free to get in touch.
Am I Eligible To Make A Claim For A Fractured Trapezoid?
If you have suffered from a fractured trapezoid as a direct result of someone else’s negligence, you may be eligible to make a claim. If you have sustained a fractured trapezoid due to an accident that was not your fault, you might be able to claim compensation. If you are unsure as to whether or not you are eligible to make a claim for a fractured trapezoid, contact our team for specialist advice today.
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