Finger Injury Compensation Claims
Have you injured or broke your finger in an accident? Have you had a partial or full amputation of your fingers due to faulty work equipment? You may be able to claim compensation. Tylers Solicitors specialise in personal injury claims and can help you to claim compensation for finger injuries, nerve damage, broken fingers and amputated fingers. Contact our experienced team of solicitors today to discuss your finger injury claim to see if you could claim compensation for your injuries. You can call our no-win, no-fee legal professionals today on 0800 699 0079 and we’ll talk you through our finger injury compensation claims.
Are Finger Injury Claims Common?
Breaking a finger at work can be quite common as a lot of employees manually work with their hands. Fingers & thumbs can become trapped, cut or infected when injured at work, for instance in machinery or under a press. People commonly lose fingers or thumbs due to faulty equipment at work that has not had regular maintenance. There main types of finger & thumb injuries, such as fractures, breaks, dislocations and loss of a finger or thumb including tear tendons or end or nerve damage. If you have suffered a finger injury as the result of an accident that was not your fault, we are here for you.
How Much Compensation Can I Get For My Injured Finger?
The amount of compensation you will receive depends on the amount of damage that has been done to your fingers. This is due to you relying heavily on your hands when it comes to performing duties in everyday life. You will get a fair amount of compensation because of the impact the injury has on your life. This includes a loss of earnings and any future loss of earning, medicines, treatments, physio and any other costs that have occurred while suffering from your finger injury.
What Are The Symptoms Of A Finger Injury?
The first obvious symptom is the pain, but depending on the type of pain can determine the type of injury you have sustained. You could have suffered a split fracture, a bone perforation fracture, a dislocation of the finger or knuckle, and the worst injury is a loss of the finger of thumb itself. Either way, if you think you have suffered damage in your finger make sure you have reported it in your accident report book at work and get straight to the hospital for an x-ray.
What is a Mallet Finger Injury?
Mallet finger is the result of an injury to the thin tendon that is responsible for straightening the end joint of your finger or thumb. Another common name for mallet finger is ‘Baseball Finger’, which can occur when an unyielding object, such as a ball, will strike the tip of the finger or thumb and causes it to bend further back than it is intended to go.
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Finger Injury Compensation Claims Calculator
If you have suffered from a finger injury then we could help you claim the compensation you deserve. Finger injuries are very common in the UK and they can range from minor to severe injuries. If you want to find out more information, get in touch with us today or simply use Tylers finger injury compensation claims calculator below!
Single Finger Fracture Compensation Amounts
If you have suffered a fracture to one of your fingers, we understand the pain and discomfort that this can cause. Fractures to a finger can cause you to over extra careful when participating in your daily activities. If you want to find out how much you could be owed, get in touch with us today.
Up to £3,700
Serious Broken Fingers Compensation Amounts
The more serious bracket of broken fingers could result in you being able to write, type and be in more consistent pain over a prolonged time period. These type of injuries can often be caused by a variety of activities and events such as playing sports, workplace accidents or falling objects.
Up to £11,700
Loss of Finger Compensation Amounts
Have you lost a finger by having it either partially removed or fully removed? These injuries can cause you ling long problems and are often cause in industrial factories where there’s lots of heavy and potentially dangerous equipment. If you’re employer hasn’t manually trained you properly, then they could be negligent.
Up to £16,000
Loss of Thumb Compensation Amounts
In these instances, you may have experienced an accident that’s resulted in your thumb having to be amputated. If this sort of accident has been in the workplace or caused by a third party, this is not your fault and you could be owed compensation. Get in touch with us to find out more.
Up to £48,000
Frequently Asked Questions
How are Broken Fingers Treated?
Broken fingers are commonly treated depending on the location of the break. Taping the fingers together to the adjacent intact finger will help to treat a stable break. Unstable breaks will require immobilisation. After your doctor has aligned the broken bones then a splint will be used to hold the bone together. If you have suffered a broken, fractured or loss of finger & thumb injury as a result of an accident that wasn’t your fault, then you may be able to make a claim. Call Tylers today on (freephone): 0800 699 0079 to see if you can make a claim today.
What Type Of Information Will I Be Expected To Disclose About My Finger Injury?
It won’t be necessary at the beginning to inform us of the entire story of your accident, it is firstly important that you are fully aware of the legal proceedings and by helping us to answer a few simple questions will allow us to assess what margin you could be expected to achieve if it was successful. For friendly, no obligation advice regarding your claim for finger injury compensation, call us today.
Is Tylers A No-Win, No-Fee Finger Injury Compensation Claims Solicitors?
Yes – Tylers Solicitors are a no-win, no-fee finger injury compensation claims solicitors. This means that if your claim for compensation is unsuccessful, you do not have to pay us for our services. Here at Tylers, our sole aim is to ensure that you receive the maximum amount of compensation you are entitled to.
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