Broken Shoulder Compensation Claims Information
Shoulder injuries are extremely common throughout all kinds of industries. They are one of most common workplace accidents in the world and can occur through a wide variety of incidents. If you’ve suffered a broken bone, like a shoulder, due to any kind of accident which wasn’t your fault, then you could be eligible to make broken shoulder compensation claims against whoever was responsible.
What many people don’t understand is that a broken bone, especially a shoulder, can lead to a whole range of potential complications either as short or long-term. That’s why there are many people who do not choose to seek compensation if they’ve suffered a shoulder injury, like a broken shoulder. In many cases, the injured party may not believe that there is anyone who can be blamed for their injury.
Why File A Broken Shoulder Personal Injury Claim?
Broken shoulder compensation can cover you for a number of things, including loss of earnings, medical expenses incurred, and more. You should file a claim for broken shoulder compensation if you are suffering from this injury as the result of someone else’s negligence. Contact Tylers Solicitors today to begin your claim for the maximum amount of compensation you are entitled to.
What are the Symptoms of a Broken Shoulder?
A broken shoulder, otherwise known as a fractured humerus, can cause incredible pain and, in some cases, make it impossible to move your arm. There are several different areas which can become fractured and diagnosed as a fractured humerus. If you’ve suffered a fracture in any of the following areas, then you may be eligible to make broken shoulder compensation claims: Greater or less tuberosity, humeral head and the shaft of the humerus.
Am I Eligible To Make A Broken Shoulder Claim?
If you have broken your shoulder due to someone else’s negligence, aggression or lack of care, you could be able to make a compensation claim against them. Just some of the most common personal injury claims are caused by workplace accidents, road traffic collisions, trips & falls and aggressive behaviour. If you are unsure as to whether or not you are eligible to make a claim for a broken shoulder, contact our personal injury specialists today for guidance and advice.
Can I Claim For A Broken Shoulder At Work?
Yes – if you have suffered from a broken shoulder at work, you may be entitled to compensation. If you have sustained your broken shoulder injury as the result of your employer’s negligence – for instance, with incorrect health and safety precautionary measures in place – you may be eligible to make a claim. If you have broken your shoulder as a direct result of a workplace accident that could have been avoided, please contact our legal experts today to begin your claim.
Broken Shoulder Compensation Claims Calculator
If you or someone close to you has suffered from a broken shoulder, we’re here to help you make a compensation claim and get you that money you deserve. The quantity of compensation that you could get depends on the severity of the injury. However, if you’re seeking a rough estimate of how much could get, then use our simple broken shoulder compensation claims calculator below!
Minor Broken Shoulder Compensation Amounts
In these instances, this type of injury often consists of soft tissue injuries to the shoulder with considerable pain but almost complete recovery. We will be able to identify how much you could be owed by assessing the severity of the injury, and if symptoms are minor or on-going. This will ultimately decided if your compensation could be in the lower or higher end bracket.
Up to £6,300
Moderate Broken Shoulder Compensation Amounts
In this case, this is often a frozen shoulder with limitation of movement and discomfort with symptoms persisting for up to two years. This may also include soft tissue injuries with more than minimal symptoms persisting after two years but not permanent.
Up to £10,200
Serious Broken Shoulder Compensation Amounts
In these instances, these type of injuries often happen as a result of dislocation of the shoulder which ends up in further damage to the lower part of the brachial plexus which causes pain and discomfort in the shoulder and neck. This type of injury may result in surgery.
Up to £15,300
Severe Broken Shoulder Compensation Amounts
In these instances, a broken shoulder may result in significant disability and long lasting problems. Often, the problems occur with the neck and the back with serious damage being caused to the brachial plexus. Contact us today if you want to start your claim for a severe broken shoulder.
Up to £38,280
Frequently Asked Questions
Why Choose Tylers Solicitors for No-Win, No-Fee Broken Shoulder Claims?
Whether you’re looking to make a workplace accident, personal injury or medical negligence claim, the experienced team at Tylers is here for you. At Tylers Solicitors, we can provide comprehensive no-win, no-fee legal services to all our clients. As soon as you get in touch with our no-win, no-fee legal specialists, we will work with you to identify whether you have an eligible claim. If you do, our no-win, no-fee team will take the case of your hands and ensure that you get the broken shoulder compensation that you need to recover from the injury.
Am I Eligible to Make Broken Shoulder Compensation Claims?
If you’ve suffered a broken shoulder due to someone else’s negligence, then you could make personal injury or workplace accident compensation claims against the person responsible. In some cases, you could even make a medical negligence claim if your healthcare professional has failed to correctly diagnose your injury or has recommended ineffective treatment.
What are the Different Ways of Breaking Your Shoulder?
Most people tend to believe that, if they’ve tripped or fallen in the street, there isn’t anyone they can make a claim against. However, in some instances, you may be able to make a personal injury claim against the local council for failing to keep the street safe or level for pedestrians. Unfortunately, there are dozens of different ways to break your shoulder. However, it is rare that it isn’t someone else’s fault – either due to factors such as: Creating an Unsafe Area, without Effective Warnings, Neglecting to Provide Adequate Medical Treatment and Creating a Dangerous Workplace Environment and Neglecting to Supply Correct Training or Equipment.
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