Arm injuries sustained in the upper arm, forearm, elbow or wrist can cause serious interruptions to a person’s life and ability to work.
Other types of arm injury such as burns, hard-arm vibration and breaks to the humerus, radius, ulna or wrist bones are quite a common type of workplace injury.
Arm injuries often cause lasting pain and financial hardship due to missed work or outlay on medical bills.
These are common arm injuries that our accident injury lawyers handle on a regular basis. If an arm injury was caused by the act or negligence of someone else, you may be entitled to compensation, lessening the losses and pain of an injury.
To make a compensation claim, regardless of whether you have sustained a minor sprain or fractured arm, the accident must have resulted from a breach of duty by a responsible party.
Our expert accident compensation lawyers must also prove the accident caused your arm injury beyond reasonable doubt. In most cases of arm fractures, establishing the cause of the accident is straightforward. Proving a link between a breach of duty and select arm injuries, such as RSI, may require further documentation or study.
You may be able to lodge a ‘no win, no fee’ claim if:
Utilising our no-win no-pay promise while persuing arm injury compensation will eliminate any financial risks to you.
Compensation should aim to return a person to the position they would have been in if the cause of the injury had never happened.
Precedents show that arm injuries can impair one’s ability to work, making compensation for loss of past and future earnings particularly helpful.
You may make a claim for compensation regarding:
Find out how much you can claim for your injury by using our compensation calculator.
Before lodging a claim, one of Australian Accident Helpline’s Personal Injury specialists will talk to you about the circumstances surrounding your accident or illness and explain the options available to you.
Our network of expert lawyers possess detailed knowledge of judicial guidelines and relevant case law relating to arm injuries sustained in the workplace, in public places, and under other circumstances.
Our lawyers have assisted injured parties such as yourself receive compensation for their arm injury including (but not limited to):
You can contact us on 1800 106 107 when you are ready to start your arm injury compensation claim.
Alternatively, you can arrange a call back at a time that is convenient for you. When you contact us, there is no obligation to proceed.