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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Arm injury advice

    We use our arms for nearly every activity in our work and social lives; whether eating, driving or typing we are constantly using our arms, which can make an arm injury highly disruptive to our day-to-day lives.

    The friendly advisers at Accident Advice Helpline can offer expert advice with a simple phone call to guide you to making a compensation claim for your injury.

    Whether you suffer a minor fracture, sprain or a severe injury from a trip, slip or serious accident you may be able to claim compensation for your injury. By claiming compensation with the advice of a reputable law firm you can ease the financial burdens of lost earnings and medical bills inflicted by almost any injury.

    Causes of arm injuries

    It is a basic human instinct to protect our head and body from injury as they contain our vital organs; this means we often throw out our arms to take the impact. Be it a slip or fall, violent attack or sudden accident our response is the same and the result is often arm injuries.

    One of the most common forms of arm injury is the minor sprain or simple fracture often resulting from slips, trips and falls. In using our arms to take the impact it is easy to suffer minor injuries. Though these injuries cause minimal damage and heal quickly you may still be able to claim after seeking advice from Accident Advice Helpline.

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    Arm injuries are also common in violent crimes where they can take repeated blows in self-defence resulting in minor injuries through to serious compound fractures that can have lasting effects. In the worst-cases industrial accidents and serious car crashes may lead to extreme injuries leading to life-long disability or even amputation. Seeking claims advice in such serious cases is vital to securing the compensation you deserve.

    Claiming for an arm injury

    When considering an injury claim it is important to know the different kinds of injury and the levels of compensation associated. Arm injuries fall into five loose categories of severity, each attracting more compensation than the previous tier.

    At the lowest end of this are minor injuries that heal completely with no lasting outcomes. The scale then progresses to injuries that leave minor side effects, such as lasting pain; followed by major side effects, though in both cases you will still have full use of your arm. The top tiers are reserved for serious injuries that leave permanent disabilities and, in the worst cases, require amputation.

    By claiming through a personal injury specialist, such as Accident Advice Helpline, you can ensure that you will have expert arm injury advice. This ensures your claim will be processed quickly and easily, whilst securing the maximum level of compensation possible.

    Claims can usually be settled with minimal intrusion in your life, all that is required is proof of fault and medical documentation of your injury, both of which can often be provided with no extra effort.

    Date Published: October 28, 2013

    Author: David Brown

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