If you have been involved in an accident which has left you with some form of shoulder injury, then you may want to know what are the payouts for shoulder injuries.
Here at Accident Advice Helpline we work on a wide variety of personal injury claims each year and shoulder injuries are just one type. We therefore, know precisely what you can expect in terms of payouts for shoulder injuries.
Types of Accidents
One thing that automatically affects the payouts for shoulder injuries that you might be due is the nature of the accident.
Shoulder injuries can occur in a variety of situations and environments and depending on where and how you have been hurt this can have an impact on the payouts for shoulder injuries you might receive.
For example, you might have sustained a shoulder injury whilst at work. We have helped clients in the past who have been injured whilst working with heavy machinery.
The payouts for shoulder injuries can also be affected by how severe the injuries themselves are and the impact that this has had on your life. For example, if you have suffered a severe injury which has required treatment, surgery or an extensive recovery period, you may have had to take considerable time away from work. This will automatically result in reduced earnings, or loss of earnings. When it comes to calculating how much compensation someone is due then this is the sort of thing that is also taken into account.
Even more so if you have perhaps had to retire on medical grounds because you are no longer able to do the job you did previously as a result of your new found limited mobility.
As a result it is very difficult to say precisely how much compensation you could be entitled to as a result of a shoulder injury; however, we have devised a simple test which will give you a good idea.
If you take our 30-second test today we can tell you how much your claim might be worth and we can help you get started on making your claim today. Or, alternatively give the team a call on 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993.
Date Published: 5th March 2014
Author: Rebecca Smith
Category: Shoulder injury claim