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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 : Hand injury claim

    How to claim broken hand compensation

    We use our hands in almost every aspect of daily life, including when we’re at work, so even minor injuries to the hands can cause permanent problems or disability. Hand injuries are fairly common and are usually the result of a fall or crush injury. If you’ve fractured your hand or wrist in an accident….

    How to claim broken metacarpal compensation

    If you break one or more metacarpals, you’ll have broken one or more of the bones in your hand. These bones are in the lower part of your hand, and join the wrist to your thumb and four fingers. The bones can be broken in all kinds of ways, such as by having an accident….

    How to claim metacarpal injury compensation

    The metacarpal bones can be found in each hand. There are five in each hand, with one leading up to the base of the thumb and the remaining four in the main part of the hand, leading up to the base of each finger. You can usually feel their positioning in your own hands quite….

    Hand injury claim

    If you are thinking about how could you develop a hand injury, you should know there is a chance your own injury could potentially result in making a hand injury claim. This depends on the issue of negligence, and whether someone else caused your injury to happen. This basic rule applies not only to a….

    Knuckle Injury

    A knuckle injury is something that is perhaps discussed much less than some other injuries that can result from an accident, such as whiplash. However, this doesn’t mean that it isn’t a genuine and painful problem. If you’ve sustained this type of ailment, you’re probably wondering what you need to do next, and what options….

    How much can I claim for surgery on hand?

    If you suffer a serious hand injury that leaves you requiring surgery on your hand then you will unfortunately find that your life becomes a lot more difficult, at least temporarily, due to losing the full use of one of your hands. The simplest of tasks which you may normally take for granted may become a….

    Injured Hand at Work

    Injured Hand at Work The law states that if you are injured or fall ill and somebody else was to blame then you are entitled to seek personal injury compensation for the physical, emotional and financial pain that you have suffered and there are few ailments which cause as much pain as an injured hand….

    Hand sprain

    Hand sprain – the causes and symptoms Have you suffered a hand sprain?  Was your sprain caused by someone else? Wondering if you need to make a compensation claim?  This article will talk about the causes and symptoms of hand sprain and how to claim compensation if you need to. Causes of hand sprain A….

    Average payout for broken 5th metacarpal

    ContentsWhere is the 5th metacarpal?Taking the right steps if you suspect you’ve broken your handHealth and safety at workSlips, trips, falls and crushing accidentsMore useful than the average payout for broken 5th metacarpalOur hands and fingers contain many small bones, but that doesn’t make it any less painful if you break one. You may know….

    Average compensation payout for a hand injury

    We use our hands every day to carry out a variety of tasks, most of which we don’t even stop to think about. From making our morning coffee to buttoning up shirts, driving to work and even carrying bags, most of us take our hands for granted, and when we suffer a hand injury, it….

    Hand Injury

    Have you suffered a hand injury through no fault of your own? If you have been involved in an accident in the last 3 years that wasn’t your fault, we might be able to help you. Perhaps you have slipped over on an unmarked spillage and hurt yourself. You might be asking, how could you….

    Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome claims

    Are Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome claims common? Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome claims are thankfully not that common, but they are very necessary. Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome is a serious condition, affecting up to one in ten people who work with vibrating hand tools over a period of many years. When power hand tools are used….

    HAVS claims

    What is HAVS? HAVS – Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome – is a very serious injury that is caused by using hand held power tools over a long period of time, usually ten years or more. It is a debilitating condition that is caused by damaged blood vessels, normally in the hands.  HAVS can leave you….

    Claiming for a hand injury

    There are few things more debilitating than injuring your hand. If you have been involved in an accident that was not your fault and you want to find out more about claiming for a hand injury, Accident Advice Helpline are here to help. Here at Accident Advice Helpline we’ve been helping people make claims for….


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