Making a claim

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 might 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 a 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:

  • the accident was someone else’s fault
  • you are able to prove that your injury was caused by a third party or the company’s negligence

Common claims

Our lawyers have helped 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.

Our compassionate guarantee

If you have suffered an arm injury, you can make an accident claim on a “no win no fee” basis if it wasn’t your fault.

We know it can be difficult to establish whether an accident was your fault so we recommend calling us free on 1800 106 107 so we can make a thorough determination.

When you contact us, you will speak to one of our friendly personal injury specialists. Together, we’ll discuss your accident and injuries and let you know whether you have the basis for a claim.

If you have a claim and want to proceed, your specialist will transfer you to one of our personal injury lawyers. We will choose a lawyer that specialises in personal injury claims like yours to ensure you have the best chance of receiving maximum compensation. We will also select a lawyer that is located close to where you reside.

The lawyer will then let you know whether your claim will be successful and what you will be able to achieve from it. If you wish to lodge a personal injury claim your lawyer will make the necessary arrangements.

When you contact us, there’s no obligation to proceed with your claim. Our advice is free and impartial.

How much compensation can I get?

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:

  • pain, suffering and loss of mobility
  • lost earnings if you have had to take time off work
  • future loss of earnings if you are unable to return to work
  • the cost of medical treatment and future care
  • expenses such as travel costs to and from hospital

Find out how much you can claim for your injury by using our compensation calculator.

No Win No Fuss Compensation

Our expert lawyers handle all arm injury claims on No Win, No pay basis. When you make a claim with us, if for any reason your case is not successful you won’t be required to pay any of the legal costs.

Making an arm injury compensation claim with us is 100% risk-free. Win or lose you’ll never be left out of pocket.

For more information about our guarantee please visit out our “No Win, No payments” page or feel free to call our friendly experts free on 1800 106 107.

What to do next

Before lodging a claim, one of Millner and Knight’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 possesses detailed knowledge of judicial guidelines and relevant case law relating to arm injuries sustained in the workplace, in public places, and under other circumstances.

To start your claim you can call us for free on 1800 106 107, or start your claim online