As one of the most important joints in our bodies, our elbows form a crucial link between our forearms and upper arm area, and they are responsible for giving us the movement and flexibility that we require to perform a number of common daily tasks. Any injuries which are sustained in this area can make it difficult to use our arms and as such, to carry, lift, pull, push and perform a range of normal tasks.
The elbow is perhaps one of the most delicate areas of the body and the bone structure in this area is not particularly strong, so it can easily be damaged upon impact. If you have been left with elbow injuries as the result of an accident which has been caused by another person, then you could be eligible to make a personal injury claim against them to recoup any losses that you have sustained.
Elbow injuries can be sustained in a number of situations, but some of the most common situations that we deal with include:
Depending on how your elbow injury occurred, there are a number of different people who you may consider making a compensation claim against. If your injury was sustained in a working environment then you may consider claiming against your employer if you feel that their negligence was to blame. In addition, if your injury was sustained as the result of a road accident or caused by the negligence of another person then you could claim directly against them for compensation.
Dealing with a personal injury claim can be a traumatic experience, especially as you may be dealing with injuries and emotional distress at the same time – that’s why you should leave the paperwork to industry experts – and that’s where the Legal Request team come in. Working together with you we can guide you throughout the process, every step of the way.
To find out more information about how working with Legal Request can help your case, contact the team today on 0800 990 3500.
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