Dislocated shoulder bruising is almost certain to occur following this injury. It is a painful thing to experience and you might suspect you have dislocated the joint because it could well look obvious that your shoulder is out of its normal position. Not only do you pop the bone out of the socket it normally sits in, the injury usually also incurs damage to tendons and ligaments surrounding the joint. That means bruising is going to occur to some degree.
Never try to put your shoulder back into place on your own. This must be done by medical professionals and you will usually be given painkillers before this is done. Additional damage can potentially occur if you try to solve the issue on your own. Keep your shoulder and arm immobile and seek medical help immediately.
How much could you be awarded for a dislocated shoulder and bruising?
Every case is different, but if you can prove someone else was negligent and that negligence led to your fall or whatever else happened to injure your shoulder, you stand a good chance of claiming something for your injuries.
It is a good idea to take photos of your dislocated shoulder and bruising at various stages of the injury. This can help support the medical evidence that will also be required to ensure you can make a successful claim.
How easy is it to make a claim?
The best way to determine whether a claim is possible is by speaking with a legal expert. Our advisors at Accident Advice Helpline have dealt with many similar cases before, so you can rest assured you will always be given the best no-obligation advice from our team. If a claim is a possibility, you can proceed per our usual no-win, no-fee* agreement, which means you are never at risk of incurring solicitors’ fees if the claim fails to reach a successful conclusion.
Calling 0800 689 0500 is free and easy, but if you are ringing from a mobile you can still call now on 0333 500 0993. Getting the advice you need relating to your dislocated shoulder bruising and injury is easier than you’d think when you have access to our personal injury lawyers. They’ve dealt with similar claims already – could they help you deal with your own personal injury claim as well to see where it goes?
Date Published: February 22, 2017
Author: Rob Steen
Category: Shoulder injury claim