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 particularly common injury.
Elbow compensation claims
As with nearly all injuries, they can be very painful, and can sometimes become chronic, so should never be ignored.
Generally, claims are made when the damage is not the fault of the injured party. Injuries of this kind are often caused by Car Accidents. Alternatively, you may have suffered a fall, in which case a local authority may be responsible.
Injured elbow claim
If you have been hurt at work – perhaps as a result of lifting something heavy or repetitive strain injury- you will need to make a Work Injury Claim. If you have been injured playing sport, you will need to make a Sporting Injury Claim.
First of all you’ll need to find out exactly what the problem is, but getting an elbow injury diagnosis that you’re sure is absolutely reliable. Then, you’ll need the best possible elbow injury treatment and you may also need physiotherapy.
Whilst you rehabilitate, you may not be able to work. This may sound like a cause for concern, but Accident Advice can make sure you are taken care of during this time.
Elbow injury compensation
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