Elbow injury compensation claims
This article looks at what you should know about making an elbow injury compensation claim.
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If you have suffered an elbow injury in the last three years (longer if children were involved) and someone else was to blame, then we can help you make a compensation claim.
Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI)
Fractures and breaks
Strains and tears
I have a strong claim - why won't a solicitor take it on?
An elbow injury compensation award will take into account the individual details of your case, such as:
- Costs of medical treatment
- Personal pain and suffering
- Loss of amenity - where the injury has resulted in you being unable to enjoy a hobby, or other aspect of your personal life
- Loss of earnings - due to time off work recovering from your injury, and any loss of future earnings
- Additional expenses - costs incurred as a direct result of the injury, such as taxis to hospital
The exact amount of the compensation settlement will depend on the nature and severity of your elbow injury. For more information see our 2015 Claims CalculatorBack to top
To make a successful compensation claim, it will be necessary to prove that:
- The injury was caused by a third party's lack of due care
- The injury was caused by the accident that resulted from the other party's negligence
Your lawyer will arrange for an independent medical report of your elbow injury. This medical report is vital. It will provide evidence of the nature and severity of your injury, and expert medical opinion on likely future effects of the injury.
Evidence will also need to be gathered which proves the third party's liability for the cause of your elbow injury. Your lawyer will assist you in gathering the necessary police reports, CCTV footage, or workplace evidence, to support your claim.Back to top
Typically a no win no fee contract (also referred to as a Conditional Fee Agreement) is put in place between a claimant and an injury solicitor.
A CFA is basically the terms and conditions under which the solicitor represents the claimant.
It sets out what the lawyers will do and how the solicitor will be rewarded if the legal case is ultimately successful.
If you decide to choose a Quittance Personal Injury solicitor for your elbow injury compensation claim there are absolutely no extra costs in the terms and conditions , no up-front fees and the complete peace of mind that you wont be out of pocket.
Accidents at work - Claims against your employer
Every year, 600,000* employees are injured in accidents at work. If you have suffered an injury or illness at work, you may able to claim compensation.
Find out if you can claim elbow injury compensation from your employer: Read more about work accident claims
*Source: 2016/17 Health and Safety Executive (HSE) report
Road traffic accident claims
Every year almost 200,000* people are injured on Britain's roads. If you have been injured in a road accident that was not your fault, you can claim compensation.
Find out more about claiming elbow injury compensation for a road accident: Read more about road accident claims
*Source: Official Department of Transport statistics (gov.uk)
The national network of Quittance solicitors help injured people with all types of personal injury claims, from short-term injury cases to catastrophic injury. Our solicitors are selected for their success rate in winning claims and their specialist expertise.
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