Shoulder Injury Compensation Claims
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- Shoulder Injury Compensation Claims Information
- What is a Shoulder Injury?
- How Much Compensation Could I Get for Shoulder Injury Claims in the UK?
- What Are The Common Causes of Shoulder Injury?
- What Are The Different Types of Shoulder Injury?
- Shoulder Injury Compensation Claims Calculator
Shoulder Injury Compensation Amounts
Shoulder Injury Compensation Claims Information
Shoulder injuries can occur in many different scenarios, but more commonly, shoulder injuries result from accidents at work, in public places, in schools, and road traffic accidents. Perhaps one of the most typical shoulder injuries is Adhesive Capsulitis, widely known as ‘Frozen Shoulder’, whereby the shoulder joint becomes so stiff and painful that it simply cannot be moved. Like many injuries that affect the shoulder area, including dislocation, should injuries can last for a long period of time so it’s only right that victims of accidents causing shoulder injuries are sufficiently compensated.
If you’ve suffered from a shoulder injury as a result of an accident that wasn’t your fault, you may be eligible to claim for shoulder injury compensation. Please get in touch with our experienced shoulder injury compensation claims experts today for friendly, no obligation advice.
What is a Shoulder Injury?
The term ‘shoulder injury’ covers all manner of pain, damage or disease that affects the shoulder area of the body.
Shoulders are very mobile joints in the body that play an integral role in the action of the arm, and as such, the shoulder is at high risk for injury. Such injuries can include; damage to a rotator cuff, dislocation, damage to ligaments and tendons, bone fractures, and more. Shoulder injuries happens for a large number of reasons, including workplace accidents, road traffic collisions, general slips, trips and falls, and more.
Get in touch with our shoulder injury compensation claims experts today to find out if you are entitled to compensation.
How Much Compensation Could I Get for Shoulder Injury Claims in the UK?
Over time, we have dealt with a large number of shoulder injury claims and victims who have been awarded compensation have received funds in large sums, in some cases, up to five figures. Compensation awarded for shoulder injuries covers a wide variety of claims, including physiotherapy, loss of income and more.
If you have suffered from a minor to serious shoulder injury as a result of clinical negligence or an accident that wasn’t your fault, then you may be entitled to compensation. Call our legal experts today on 0800 699 0079 to find out if you are eligible to make a claim today.
What Are The Common Causes of Shoulder Injury?
You can claim compensation for a shoulder injury as a result of an accident that was not your fault, and such injuries are sustained under many different circumstances. Here are some common causes of shoulder injury:
- Dislocated shoulder as the result of a slip, trip or fall in a supermarket
- Shoulder sprain as the result of heavy lifting or machinery operation
- Repetitive shoulder injury as the rest of repetitious work
- Shoulder fractures as the result of being hit by an object
- Broken shoulder as the result of a road traffic accident or collision
What Are The Different Types of Shoulder Injury?
Contrary to popular belief, there are a vast number of shoulder injuries that people can suffer from, which include but are not limited to the following:
- Adhesive Capsulitis
- Frozen Shoulder
- Biceps Tendon Tear
- Broken Collarbone
- Broken Shoulder
- Dislocated Shoulder
- Shoulder Blade Fracture
- Shoulder Dystocia
- Scapula Fracture
- Proximal Humerus Fracture
- Shoulder Injury At Work
- Shoulder Impingement
- Clavicle Fracture
- Shoulder Replacement
- Separated Shoulder
- Shoulder Instability
- Shoulder Joint Tear
- Arthritis in the Shoulder
- Shoulder Trauma
- SLAP Tear
- Glenoid Labrum Tear
- Shoulder Tendonitis
- Chronic Shoulder Instability
- Shoulder Surgery
- Shoulder Bursitis
- Tendonitis of the Long Head of the Biceps
Shoulder Injury Compensation Amounts
If you have suffered a shoulder Injury and wish to know the average compensation amount you can claim, you are in the right place. Please see compensation amounts below.
Minor Shoulder Injuries
If you have been involved in an accident that resulted in a minor shoulder injury, then you may be able to make a claim for compensation.
Up to £6,290
Moderate Shoulder Injuries
If you are unfortunate enough to suffer a moderate shoulder injury, then you will be able to file a claim for compensation.
£6,290 to £11,200
Serious Shoulder Injuries
Have you been in an accident which resulted in a serious shoulder injury? You may be able to make a claim for compensation.
£10,180 to £16,830
Severe Shoulder Injuries
If you are unfortunate enough to suffer a severe shoulder injury, that has resulted in amputation, then you will be able to claim compensation.
£15,300 to £42,110
Frequently Asked Questions
Why Choose Tylers to Make Shoulder Injury Compensation Claims?
Our professional team of legal experts can help you to claim the compensation that you’re entitled to. If you have suffered from a shoulder injury, whether it be a dislocation, sprain, frozen shoulder or other injury, that wasn’t you’re fault, you may be eligible to make a claim. Whether you suffered the accident at work or elsewhere, get in touch with our claims specialists for friendly, no obligation advice. Here at Tylers Solicitors, with years of successful claims experience combined with our no-win, no-fee approach, we’re confident that we can help you process your shoulder injury to claim so that you’re able to receive the compensation you deserve.
What Can I Claim For If I Have A Shoulder Injury?
Clients often ask us what exactly is covered by their claim so that they have a better understanding of their entitlement. Perhaps the most common claims for damages associated with shoulder injuries cover the following:
- General damages
- Loss of income
- Medical expenses
What Causes Frozen Shoulder Injuries?
Frozen Shoulder is perhaps one of the most common shoulder injuries. Frozen shoulder can be caused by both trauma and injury, at work and during surgery. This is not to suggest that these are the exact causes, but in most cases, these instances form the strongest associations with shoulder injuries. Frozen should can, in fact, worsen if the joint is kept stationary for any length of time.
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