If you have been injured in the last three years, and it wasn’t your fault, you may be able to claim compensation. The amount you are able to claim depends on the type and severity of your injury. Personal Injury Claims Aberdeen can help you get the compensation you are entitled to. Our compensation guide outlines the levels of compensation for some of the most common types of injury.
Shoulder Injury Claims
Shoulder injuries can be closely related to back and neck injuries. These types of injuries are commonly associated with workplace accidents or repetitive strain-type injuries.
The shoulder is a sensitive collection of bones, muscles, ligaments and nerves that is more susceptible to injury than you might imagine. Common types of injury include rotator cuff injuries, brachial plexus injuries, dislocated shoulders and fractures.
Shoulder Injury Compensation
Severe shoulder injuries
£12,600 - £31,500
Injuries which result in significant disability. Often associated with neck injuries.
Serious Shoulder Injuries
£8,400 - £12,600
Injuries such as shoulder dislocations and/or damage to the brachial plexus which cause shoulder and neck pain, ‘tingling’ in the arms or hands and reduction in the strength and agility of the arm.
Moderate Shoulder Injuries
£5,150 - £8,400
Frozen shoulders and similar injuries. There will be related limitation of movement and symptoms which persist for around two years.
Minor Shoulder Injuries
£2,850 - £5,150
Painful soft-tissue injuries where there is complete recovery within a period of two years.
Shoulder Injury Lawyers Aberdeen
If you or a loved one has suffered the injuries described above, and someone else is to blame, contact us today.
Call us on 01224432776 Alternatively, you can contact us online to find out more information.
Other related services that we can help you with include:
*Other costs may be payable
**TAC have a team of technical claims qualifiers who will speak with you and if you have, in our opinion, a valid claim we can refer your case to one of the personal injury solicitors on our panel.