Broken Shoulder Compensation


Park is a small village in Northern Ireland near Claudy. It is located at the foothills of the Sperrin Mountains and golf is a popular sport in the region.

When in Park if you have broken your shoulder, you may be entitled to broken shoulder compensation. You should therefore contact a lawyer to see if you are eligible to be file a claim for everything you have gone through.

Contacting a lawyer for broken shoulder compensation

You would need the help and services of a lawyer who has handled similar cases in the past and one who is aware of the legalities. Of course finding such a person can be extremely stressful, and that is exactly why you should get in contact with Accident Advice Helpline.

Call them via your mobile phone on 0333 500 0993 or from your landline on 0800 689 0500 and the law firm will connect you with one of their expert lawyers, who would be ideal for your case. They have been in business for over a decade now and as a result have a staff of accomplished and experienced people, who have taken on a wide variety of cases in the past.

If you like you can go to their website and browse through the testimonials that have been written by numerous past clients, who have all won compensation for the personal injury they sustained.

If you would like to know how much compensation you may be entitled to if you do go on to win your claim, then take the 30-second test on the Homepage of their website. However it is important to note that this figure is just an estimation.

How your lawyer would assist you with winning broken shoulder compensation

When you are filing your claim for broken shoulder compensation your lawyer from Accident Advice Helpline will help you by listening to the facts and formulating your case. All you would have to do is to explain everything that happened to them as clear as you can, and providing them with names and contact details of any witnesses that where there. Also supply your medical records to prove that you received hospital treatment.

  • Slips, trips and falls – You might have broken your shoulder because you tripped and fell while walking on a wet floor, where there was no sign warning you to be careful. It would be difficult for you to move around and you probably will not be able to work until you have fully recovered.
  • Work related accidents – Your employers may have told you to lift weights that you are not capable of lifting and because of this you were injured. Or you may have been expected to operate machinery that was not well maintained.
  • Ferry accident – It is possible for you to have injured your shoulder when traveling by sea on a ferry due to a bad accident or heavy weather.
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