As there is a wide range of arm injuries that you can suffer from, the effects themselves are also wide-ranging. The more minor arm injuries are those which involve soft tissue damage and minor fractures which heal within weeks and months. However, these injuries can still prevent someone from working or enjoying certain hobbies temporarily while the arm heals.
More serious arm injuries can result in long-term, permanent disability and on-going pain or loss of movement. These sorts of injuries can have serious repercussions such as limiting your ability to work depending upon your job role.
How much compensation will I receive?
The amount of compensation you are entitled to receive for your arm injury will be dependent on the severity of the injury sustained following medical assessment by a medical expert.
Our compensation calculator gives you a guide to the level of personal injury compensation you may receive for your injury alone. In addition to claiming for your injury, you may also be able to claim for financial loss sustained as a result of the accident.
Type of arm injury
Simple arm fractures
£5,280 – £15,300
£2,810 – £47,720
£1,000 – £43,710
Other arm injuries with disabilities
£15,070 – £102,850
Loss of one arm / full / partial amputation
£76,650 – £109,330
Loss of both arms
£191,950 – £239,140
What Will My Arm Injury Compensation Include?
The figures are for injury only. Compensation for other loses like loss of earnings are claimed for separately.
If you have been injured in an accident that was not your fault then you could be able to make a compensation claim. For your claim to be successful you will need to demonstrate that your arm injury was not your fault.
If you are successful, as part of your claim, you will be able to recover financial losses, including loss of earnings if you have been unable to work either temporarily or permanently. If you have had to pay for medical expenses in relation to your arm injury then you should also be compensated for those. For example, you may have had to pay for physiotherapy sessions.
As well as financial losses your compensation will also take into consideration the level of pain and suffering you have endured in your accident. It will, of course, take into account the physical effects, and also the psychological effects of your injury.
Making an arm injury claim with First Personal Injury
If you have suffered an injury due to someone else’s negligence, you may be entitled to compensation. First Personal Injury solicitors are available to assist you and ensure that you get the compensation you deserve.
First Personal Injury work with both families and individuals across England and Wales, leading them on their legal journey and helping them claim compensation after an accident or injury
To learn more or to start your claim, get in touch with our expert team on 0800 808 9740 or contact us online.
*Please note – With regards to No Win No Fee - In limited circumstances, fees may be charged when your accident claim is not successful. These specific limited circumstances will be explained to you by your Solicitor.
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