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Compensation shoulder injury calculator


To make a claim following a shoulder injury, you will need to ensure you are eligible for personal injury compensation. One way to do this is by using a compensation shoulder injury calculator; an online tool to help with the claims process.


How does a compensation shoulder injury calculator work?

If you have incurred a shoulder injury, perhaps during an incident at work or an accident on the street, then you may be able to make a claim for compensation. A compensation shoulder injury calculator will check your eligibility to make a claim, and then provide you with an estimate of how much you may be able to receive.

A compensation shoulder injury calculator will typically ask you a series of questions, and then use your answers to provide an estimated compensation amount. Accident Advice Helpline’s 30 second calculator is able to do just this, and in less than half a minute you will be armed with more information to help with the claims process.

Compensation typically depends upon your injury type and severity, so a compensation shoulder injury calculator will provide its approximation based on other similar shoulder injury claims. The more severe your injury, the more compensation you will likely be entitled to.


How accurate is a compensation calculator?

By using a compensation calculator belonging to a reputable law firm such as Accident Advice Helpline, you can rest assured that the results are as accurate as they can be, but they can only ever give you an estimate of how much compensation you may be able to receive. It is always worth talking with a compensation professional in further detail, as the specifics of your case may affect the amount you are entitled to claim. These specifics could include:

  • Your loss of earnings, which may depend on the industry you work in. For example, you may require longer out of work if you are a construction worker required to carry out manual labour.
  • Any expenses incurred as a result of your injury
  • The psychological impact of your injuries
  • Any damage to equipment – such as a bicycle if you were a cyclist involved in a road traffic accident
  • Care costs – even if this care is given by family or friends

To find out more about your compensation claim, you should contact a compensation provider such as Accident Advice Helpline. Our highly trained advisers will tell you more about the claims process, ensuring you understand every step and feel confident enough to pursue compensation.


Why use Accident Advice Helpline?

With over ten years of experience at our disposal, we use our professionalism and expertise to ensure the claims process is as stress-free for you as possible. We know that being involved in an accident that was not your fault can be very traumatic, which is why we work to ease the strain as much as possible. Our legal experts all work on a ‘no win no fee‘ basis – affording you further peace of mind whilst you make the claim you deserve. Call us free on 0800 689 5659 no-obligation advice about making a claim.