Shoulder Injury

Shoulder Injury

Shoulder injuries come under the category of ‘upper body injuries’. Shoulder injury accidents are fairly common in sports activities that require over-arm action. This includes sports activities like swimming, tennis, weight training and javelin. Shoulder injury accidents can also be caused due to accidents at work or on the road and trips or falls. Shoulder injuries can be a painful experience with restricted movement of the shoulder, also known as ‘frozen shoulder’. Other types of shoulder injuries are sprains, dislocation and rotator cuff injury. In the event of sustaining a shoulder injury, you must do 2 things:-

  1. Consult a doctor for immediate treatment and assessment of the severity of the injury
  2. Consult an experienced solicitor to file a shoulder injury claim.

If you have suffered a shoulder injury for no fault of yours and wish to file a shoulder injury claim, contact us! It is important to engage a professional solicitor to enhance your chances of winning the case and subsequently getting maximum compensation. Our solicitors would give you detailed information on the claims process such as eligibility to claim, claim type, estimated compensation for shoulder injury.

Shoulder Injury

We observe a transparent approach and ensure that you have all the information pertaining to your shoulder injury claim even before you decide to engage our services. After evaluating your case, your solicitor will inform you if your shoulder injury claim can be filed under the no-win no-fee policy. In this policy, you need not worry about paying anything towards our legal costs irrespective of the outcome of the case and you can be assured of 100% if your case wins. Our solicitors have represented clients who have suffered a shoulder injury accident in a number of diverse situations.

Compensation for shoulder injuries depend on a number of factors such as nature and extent of damage to the shoulder, length of recovery, loss of earnings. In most cases compensation for shoulder injuries range from £2000 for a minor injury to £30000 for shoulder dislocation. We work with your interest in mind and ensure that you are awarded maximum compensation for shoulder injuries. To make a successful shoulder injury claim, call us or submit our online form and we will respond promptly to discuss your claim.