Pages On: Shoulder Injuries
An injured shoulder isn’t an easily sustained injury, but it can cause a cascade of issues in your neck, arms, back, and chest. The shoulder provides vital governance to our arms, and as such can render them all but immobile in the event of an injury. Whilst not life-threatening, a shoulder injury can cause lifetime discomfort and difficulty. This is why, when evaluating the compensation awards, the effect of the shoulder injury on to one’s life is considered, not just the initial accident. If you’ve suffered a shoulder injury in an accident that wasn’t your fault, you may be able to claim personal injury compensation.
Posted: 12 May 2014
Posted in: Neck Injuries, Repetitive Strain Injury, Shoulder Injuries, Workplace Injuries
Recent figures have revealed that border workers are claiming thousands of pounds in compensation every year for repetitive strain injuries. It has been found that dozens of staff are suing the Home Office with claims of injury caused by leaning out of the windows to check passports in France. This follows a compensation payout made to two Border workers, claiming they had “Calais shoulder”, a repetitive strain injury in the neck and shoulders, which saw them awarded with £20,000 compensation. Repetitive Strain Injuries are caused by repetitive overuse of muscles, nerves…Read More
Posted in: Personal Injury, Shoulder Injuries
If you have developed a shoulder injury as the consequence of the negligence of an individual or other third party, you may be entitled to claim shoulder injury compensation and you should contact our personal injury solicitors** in Bradford who will be able to provide you with more information. The shoulder injury may be the outcome of a slip, trip or fall or you may have had an injury at work. Alternatively, perhaps you have injured your shoulder in a road traffic accident or whilst playing sport. However the injury…Read More