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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

    Category : Elbow injury claim

    Tennis elbow claim: How much compensation can I get?


    If you’re wondering about the chances of making a tennis elbow claim, chances are you didn’t get the injury from playing tennis. One American report stated that only around 5% of cases are related to playing tennis. However, since tennis players and other athletes have the potential to develop this condition, it’s a name that….

    How to claim fractured elbow compensation


    Your arm is comprised of three bones. The radius and ulna are in your forearm, while the humerus is in your upper arm. They meet at your elbow, which can bend thanks to the presence of various tendons, ligaments and muscles. When you experience a broken elbow, you are actually experiencing a break in one….

    Average healing time for a dislocated elbow


    A hit to the elbow can be very painful – despite the fact this is called the funny bone. It certainly isn’t amusing to dislocate this joint, and the average healing time for a dislocated elbow is two to three weeks, assuming a simple dislocation that is properly treated from the start. Following this period,….

    Claiming for an elbow injury after a fall on an outstretched hand


    We’ve all taken a tumble at some point in our lives, haven’t we? Children seem to make a good habit of it, but they also bounce back pretty easily. Yet when it comes to adults, we can fall heavily and awkwardly. It is in a situation like this that you could sustain an elbow injury….

    Advice on claiming for a dislocated elbow


    If you have sustained a dislocated elbow, you probably suffered some kind of blow to that joint. This could have happened in an accident of some sort, such as a fall or a car accident. Essentially, when you dislocate your elbow you move the bones of the forearm are moved out of their normal position….

    How to claim elbow injury compensation


    Have you injured your elbow in an accident that was caused by somebody else? Perhaps you’ve suffered an injury after a fall on a damaged kerb? Or maybe you have been struck by something heavy falling from height in the warehouse you work in. Whatever has happened, did you ever stop to think you may….

    Who’s to blame for my elbow injury?


    Elbow injuries can include strains and sprains, bursitis, repetitive strain injuries, brachial plexus injuries or a broken arm. The majority of these types of injuries are caused by falling onto an outstretched arm, but you could also be injured in a road traffic accident or whilst carrying out repetitive tasks at work. Asking yourself “Who’s….

    Can I claim for an elbow injury?


    When you suffer an elbow injury you may be subjected to long-term excruciating pain as a result. This could compromise your ability to earn whilst incurring large costs in treatment and disability adaptations. When faced with such financial burdens you may be wondering if you can claim for an elbow injury. Accident Advice Helpline’s friendly advisers can….

    Where to get elbow injury compensation advice


    They call the elbow the funny bone, but it’s certainly not amusing if you injure one of your elbows and find you cannot do the things you normally would as a result. An elbow injury could mean you have broken a bone near to your elbow, or it could refer to soft tissue injuries. These….

    Making an elbow injury claim


    Whether caused by a fall, a violent attack or simply heavy lifting, an elbow injury can be extremely painful and will leave long-lasting symptoms. When unable to work because you are suffering from chronic pain you may find yourself stressed due to the financial implications of your loss of earnings. Making an elbow injury claim….

    Elbow injury advice


    As with injuries to any limb, an elbow injury can cause severe disruption to day-to-day tasks. It can limit your ability to drive, type and even eat due to the pain and movement limitations inflicted. Seeking elbow injury advice from a specialist personal injury law firm can be vital to securing the compensation that you deserve…..

    The long term effects of an elbow injury


    The long term effects of an elbow injury are more than you might imagine. From permanent damage to your elbow to the injury’s effect on your mental health, you could be feeling the long term effects of an elbow injury for far longer than you had originally thought. Many elbow injuries are caused by road….

    The symptoms of an elbow injury


    The symptoms of an elbow injury can be difficult to deal with. Depending on the injury, your elbow may feel uncomfortable, sore, have limited movement or leave it in severe pain. In many cases, an elbow injury may require surgery and lead to a lengthy recovery process. During this time you will need the support….

    The cost of claiming for an elbow injury


    The cost of claiming for an elbow injury is one of the key reasons why people fail to make a claim for compensation after an accident. This is because they have misconceptions about the process, as well as the help that is available through personal injury lawyers. Making a claim with a trusted law firm….

    Treating an elbow injury


    You could be involved in an accident at work at any time, and whether you work in an office, outdoors, with machinery or elsewhere, there is always a risk. The risk of an accident at work is increased if your employer fails to satisfy the health and safety regulations they have a duty to obey…..

    How you could develop an elbow injury


    An elbow injury may seem like a minor injury compared to your knees or back, but it could have more serious consequences than you’d ever imagine. You may not have given much thought to how you could develop an elbow injury, but an accident could occur at any time and therefore it’s important to be….

    Tennis elbow injury


    A tennis elbow injury is a self-limiting injury which usually heals without medical intervention, although it can be painful. Caused by overusing the muscles of the forearm, it can take anywhere from six to 12 months for this type of injury to fully heal, and you may need to rest your arm in the meantime,….

    Tennis elbow claim value


    Tennis elbow is a fairly common musculoskeletal condition which most commonly affects those aged 40-60. It’s estimated that at least one in three people will suffer from it at some point in their lives. Tennis elbow is caused by overusing the forearm muscles, which leads to tearing and inflammation of the elbow tendons, causing pain….

    Compensation for an elbow injury


    If you are seeking compensation for an elbow injury If you are seeking compensation for an elbow injury here is what you should know. It is possible for you to get compensation for an elbow injury, under the following conditions: This injury was caused by some other person The accident took place within the past….

    Compensation for a broken elbow


    What could you gain in compensation for a broken elbow? Even though you may not consider your elbow a particularly important part of your body, suffering an injury to your elbow can have an enormous detrimental effect on how you go about your day to day life. An elbow injury may make it different to….

    Accident Compensation Rates for elbow Injuries


    Accident Advice Helpline has been in the accident compensation claims business for over a decade now. During that time we have helped thousands of people who have been involved in accidents claim compensation for their physical injuries. A question we often get asked here at Accident Advice Helpline is “how much compensation will I receive for….

    Chronic Tennis Elbow Compensation


    Chronic tennis elbow compensation Tennis elbow causes pain and stiffness in the elbow, arms and hands. Despite the name, the condition is not restricted to racquet sport aficionados, it can affect manual workers, office workers, musicians and anyone else who regularly performs repetitive twisting motions of the wrist and forearms. Tennis elbow can be a….

    Elbow injury


    Have you suffered an elbow injury? With injuries that affect the limbs, many different kinds of damage can be sustained, and elbows are no different. Serious fractures – multiple and compound/complex – and those where nerves, blood vessels, tendons and ligaments are damaged can all result in successful elbow injury claims. Tennis elbow is a….

    Golfer’s elbow claim


    All you need to know to make a golfer’s elbow claim If you have developed an injury or illness through no fault of your own as a result of the work you do, you may be able to claim financial compensation. Golfer’s elbow is an uncommon but painful condition which some people are unfortunate enough to….

    Claiming for an elbow injury


    Have you been injured in an accident through no fault of your own and need help claiming for an elbow injury? Accidents occur when we least expect them and the injuries caused can often be due to the fault of someone else. Don’t suffer in silence if you have been injured and need to make a….

    Elbow injury claim


    When you suffer an injury, either at work, on the road or even when you’re out and about, it can be difficult to anticipate the struggles you may face as a result. Your injury could leave you out of work, which can have a devastating impact on your finances. The long term effects of an elbow….


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