Arm Injury Compensation Claims

Arms: Broken Bones, Fractures, Repetitive Strain Injuries, Muscle, Tendon or Ligament Damage

You use your arms all the time, so it's small wonder that you can easily injure one or both of your arms.

For example, some types of repetitive strain injury (RSI) can cause damage to your arms, especially your forearms and elbow joints. If your work involves the persistent use of hand-held tools or pneumatic drills, grinders or chainsaws then you could be a risk of developing a condition called Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome (HAVS). If you do a lot of fetching and carrying, this could also cause arm damage. You could also suffer a defensive style arm injury if you were attacked by a person or a dog.

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Common causes of arm injuries

Over the last 3 years, have you had an accident that caused an arm injury and it wasn't your fault? Under a no win no fee agreement, you could be entitled to claim personal injury compensation.

What if my arm injury is work-related?

If your arm injury was due to an accident at work with no fault of yours, you should have no problem making a compensation claim against your employer. By law your employer should deal with any damages claims via their employers' liability insurance.

Why choose Simpson Millar LLP's Personal Injury Team?

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Can I claim compensation for my arm injury?

Find out about your rights to personal injury compensation if you or a member of your family has suffered an arm injury through no fault of your own.

For free, unbiased advice on how Simpson Millar LLP's legal services could help you, contact our Personal Injury Experts now on Freephone: 0808 129 3320 or complete our online enquiry form.

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