Elbow Injury Compensation

Elbow Injury Compensation

Are you looking for elbow injury compensation?  Injuries to the elbow can limit arm movement which can make completing simple tasks more difficult.

Serious elbow injuries can lead to long term disability whilst the joint recovers. Common elbow injuries include fractures, lacerations, dislocation and overexertion that cause conditions such as tennis elbow and carpal tunnel syndrome. Tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis) often occurs after strenuous overuse of the muscles and tendons of the forearm, near the elbow joint  giving pain on the outside of your upper forearm, just below the bend of your elbow when lifting or bending your arm. Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is a relatively common condition that causes a tingling sensation, numbness and sometimes pain in the hand and fingers often caused by strenuous, repetitive work with the hand.

Elbow injuries can be caused by slips, falls, excessive repetitive motions, as well as road traffic accidents. Elbow injury compensation claims can receive up to 37,000 in cases of the most serious injury.

  • Minor elbow injuries including simple fractures, lacerations with recover within weeks’/months – £2,500 to £8,500 compensation
  • Serious elbow injuries not requiring major surgery, no significant disability – £10,500 to £22,750 compensation
  • Severely disabling elbow injuries requiring lengthy recuperation – £27,500 to £37,500 compensation

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