Falling, regardless of where or when you fall, can cause serious, even life-threatening injuries. Fortunately fatal injuries and even severe injuries from falls are not the most common injury we see at Accident Advice Helpline. One of the most common injuries we do see is arm injuries from a fall, which can still be quite a complicated and extensive injury. As we have years of experience in the person claim injury industry, we have become very good at helping our customers to claim compensation for the suffering they have sustained.
We make sure the claim process is quick and simple for our customers, taking full control of everything so that they don’t usually even have to attend court. To see how much you could be owed from arm injuries from a fall, check out our free 30-second claim calculator.
Types of arm injury
When you have been involved in a fall there are a number of different arm injuries you might suffer from, from very mild bruises and cuts to more serious arm injuries from a fall including:
- Wounds and lacerations, which can be particularly concerning and require medical attention, especially if they are deep and/or are non-healing wounds
- Broken or fractured bones
- Dislocated shoulder
- The loss of an arm as the result of amputation from an injury being too severe
Whatever injury you have received, if the accident was not your fault you may be able to claim compensation for your suffering.
The amount of compensation you are likely to be awarded will depend on how bad the injury was to your arm; the more complicated and severe the injury, the more likely it is you will receive a higher amount. Beginning your compensation claim could not be easier; all you need to do is contact a personal injury claim specialist such as ourselves who will take care of the entire claim process for you. At Accident Advice Helpline we can take control of your claim on a no win, no fee* basis, with no upfront costs, so that if the claim is not successful it doesn’t actually cost the victim anything.
To begin your claim today or to see if you are eligible to claim, contact Accident Advice Helpline now on 0800 689 0500.
Date Published: July 27, 2015
Author: Rob Steen