When you break your arm and you know it wasn’t your fault, you may be tempted to start looking for a broken arm compensation calculator. That’s understandable, especially since you may want to know what you could be awarded in terms of compensation if your claim was a success. A broken arm takes time to heal and your life will be disrupted in the meantime.
You may know this already – indeed, you could be reading this because you were searching for a calculator to get a rough idea of what you might be able to claim. However, while you will find estimates online, it is difficult to get a precise amount that could apply in your case.
Is it worth using a broken arm compensation calculator?
These calculators can be useful if you accept they will only give you a ballpark figure for your injury. It is far better to chat with a personal injury lawyer or a trained advisor who regularly takes calls from people who have suffered similar injuries because of negligent behaviour on the part of someone else.
You will only ever get an average figure from a calculator. That means your own injury could potentially lead to compensation of a much smaller amount – or at the other end of the scale, a more significant amount. Your own details, condition and the facts of your injury will determine the likely outcome for you.
How can we help you find out what your claim might be worth?
It’s easy to let Accident Advice Helpline discover whether a compensation claim could work out for you. All you need to do is take us up on our offer of no-obligation advice. That means you don’t have to go ahead and make a claim, even if we think you have a good chance of doing so. It puts you in control the whole way.
So, if you do want some advice and you want to go beyond a broken arm compensation calculator, call now on 0800 689 0500. You could also try the online test or ring 0333 500 0993 from your mobile. Getting in contact couldn’t be easier, and neither could making a no-win, no-fee claim in the event you have a strong argument in favour of compensation to be paid to you. Our advisors can clarify your situation when you call.
Date Published: February 13, 2017
Author: Rob Steen