We can help you make an arm injury claim
We know how painful and restricting arm injuries can be. Even with less serious arm injuries, your ability to carry on with your normal routines and daily habits can be severely affected.
For example, you may have been unable to work during your recovery or have lost your job altogether. Your arm injury is also likely to have affected your ability to carry out work tasks such as driving, lifting or carrying, or even typing on a keyboard.
Compensation could help to take some of the pressure away so that you can focus on recovering. Your claim could cover the costs of:
- Lost earnings due to time off work
- Medical treatment
- Travel and accommodation for you and your family
- Rent or mortgage payments while you're left unable to earn
We aim to make the process as simple and stress free as possible by putting you in touch with the right solicitor for your case and cutting out the legal jargon so you know exactly what to expect.
Do you have a claim?
If your arm injury happened within the last three years and was somebody else's fault, then it's likely we can help you make an arm injury claim.
We realise it can often be difficult to know who's fault an accident was, but the best way to find out is to get in touch with our advisors on for free, helpful advice.
All our advisors are legally trained, which means they'll be able to let you know whether they think somebody was at fault for your injury and whether you can make a claim.
You can also use our online claim checker tool which estimates whether you have a claim based on your answers to some simple questions.
Tina Williams, from Reading, won £3,000 following a car accident
I had to have about 12 weeks of physiotherapy on my shoulder which was arranged by the solicitor National Accident Helpline put me in touch with. I'm glad I claimed
Start your arm injury claim
Starting an arm injury claim with us is simple. If you have any questions about the claims process or would like to start a claim, you can get in touch with us on for free. Alternatively, you can fill in our online form to arrange for us to call you back.
There's no obligation to start a claim when you get in touch with us, but if you are interested, our advisors can tell you whether they think you have a case.
They'll chat with you about your accident and injury, but will put you at ease and will never pressure you to answer if you don't feel comfortable.
If we think you have a case and you decide you'd like to go ahead with your claim, we can pass you on to one of our specialist solicitors on the same call. Your solicitor will talk through your claim and will be able to answer any questions you have.
After setting up a medical assessment, they'll get in touch with the other party and negotiate on your behalf.
It's rare for you to have to go to court when you make a claim with us - 95% of cases are settled without needing to. In the unlikely event that you do have to go to court, your solicitor will be on hand to guide you through this.
Why make a claim with us?
We understand that when you're thinking about making a personal injury claim, you may be hesitant to contact anybody because you're not sure of the reputation of the company and whether they have your best interests at heart. This is especially a concern when you have to sign a legal agreement.
We don't want anybody to feel hesitant, reluctant or disappointed when they contact us. We also don't want anybody to feel pressured into starting a claim.
That's why, as a helpline, we offer a free, no-obligation consultation, meaning you can get the advice you need and understand exactly how we can help. We also work with a network of solicitors across the UK who have experience in a wide-range of cases.
This means we're best placed to put you in contact with an expert personal injury solicitor who is suitable for your case, if you decide to claim.
Types of arm injuries
No matter what type of arm injury you've suffered, we may be able to help you claim compensation if it was caused due to someone else's fault or negligent behaviour.
Below are some examples of the types in arm injuries you could claim for. If your experience isn't listed, then don't worry - there's still a good chance we can help you.
- Forearm injuries
- Elbow injuries
- Hand injuries
- Wrist injuries
- Shoulder injuries
Repetitive strain injury (RSI)
Repetitive strain injury is when repetitive movements cause pain or damage in muscles, tendons and nerves.
This type of injury can often affect the arm due to an accident at work. For example, if you work in an office repetitive strain injury can be caused by typing or sitting in an uncomfortable position.
We know you may not consider RSI to have impacted your life, but we've seen how it can limit people's ability to carry out everyday tasks, as well as being physically painful.
Vibration white finger
Vibration white finger is most commonly caused by using vibrating machinery at work. If your employer didn't warn you about this condition and tell you how to avoid it, then it's likely we can help you.
Vibration white finger can be a lasting workplace condition that affects you for the rest of your life. This is especially true in the more severe cases where vibration white finger can affect your blood vessels, nerves, joints and muscles.
Find our more information about making a vibration white finger claim.
Carpal tunnel syndrome
Carpal tunnel syndrome is caused when a nerve in your wrist has been compressed. Symptoms can include numbness, weakness and ‘pins and needles', and these may have become worse over time.
Carpal tunnel injuries can cause constant discomfort and can affect your ability to rest and sleep, as symptoms often become worse at night.