When you have had an accident as a result of someone else’s actions, you may find that you are experiencing shoulder injury symptoms. If so, you could claim compensation.
What kind of shoulder injury symptoms are there?
The most obvious one, perhaps, is pain. If you have sustained an injury to your shoulder, it will feel uncomfortable and you may need to take painkillers. Another is lack of movement. This will probably be obvious very soon after the injury, because the shoulder is normally an extremely mobile joint with a high degree of flexibility.
A shoulder injury has to be treated in order for it to heal. Treatment may include physiotherapy or even surgery, in addition to painkillers. For a shoulder injury to heal, it may be necessary for the injured person to avoid activities such as lifting objects or moving their arms above their head.
It is probably apparent now that if you have shoulder injury symptoms, the treatment regime will have profound effects on your everyday life. What if you work in a job that requires lifting? What about the fitness classes you’ve started attending? Also, how are you going to drive, cook or clean – not to mention everything else you need to do?
Why you should consider claiming with Accident Advice Helpline
In addition to these major lifestyle changes, if you have a shoulder injury you are probably going to lose money. Unless your employer has a generous sickness pay policy, if you cannot work for a long period then your income will diminish.
Claiming compensation through Accident Advice Helpline means that you will recoup some of the expenses you have incurred, and you can improve your recovery.
Getting started with your claim
If you have shoulder injury symptoms from an accident that was someone else’s fault, call us as soon as possible on 0800 689 0500. If you are calling from a mobile, use 0333 500 0993, or why not text “claim 365” to 88010?
You will speak to a professional, friendly advisor from our dedicated team. They will treat you with empathy and sensitivity, listening to everything you tell them and taking it all down in confidence.
If you qualify to claim, your case will be dealt with by a 100% no win no fee solicitor, and you will later receive a payment for the injury and the expenses you have incurred – so make sure you keep a file of receipts, as well as records of your medical treatment!
Why you can trust Accident Advice Helpline
If you have shoulder injury symptoms and want to claim, there’s no better law firm than Accident Advice Helpline. We have over 15 years’ experience and our patron is Esther Rantzen, who is well known as a champion of consumer rights.
Call us now! You have only three years to make your claim and our lines are open 24/7, so don’t delay!
Date Published: 26th March 2014
Author: David Brown