Arm Injury in a Warehouse

Arm Injury in a Warehouse

We are expert personal injury solicitors and specialise in warehouse accident claims. We can help you claim compensation for your arm injury.

    Arm Injury in a Warehouse

    Have you sustained a serious arm injury in a warehouse at work? Was someone else to blame for the accident? Have you taken time off work to recover? If so, then you may be able to make a personal injury claim against your employers.

    Welcome to the Nigel Askew Solicitors website, we are a specialist law firm that specialises in serious work related personal injury claims.

    The solicitors at our firm have over 20 years of experience in successfully representing clients injured at work in warehouses in compensation claims.

    We offer all new clients a free and no obligation initial consultation to discuss the circumstances that led to their arm injury in a warehouse and use No Win No Fee agreements to fund the claims.

    To speak to us about a new arm injury in a warehouse, call us now on 01507 609027 or submit your details using the form on this page. Please indicate the best time for one of our team to call you to discuss your enquiry.

    Common types of arm injuries in warehouses

    Due to our 20 years of experience in dealing with work related claims, we have advised clients on a wide range of different accidents types that have led to various arm injuries in warehouses.

    Some of the most common include the following:

    • Serious arm injuries involving moving vehicles in factories, such as FLT’s
    • Arm injuries caused by tripping, slipping and falling accidents
    • Fractured arms due to squashing related accidents in warehouses
    • Arm injuries caused by pallets, large items of stock or produce falling and crushing arms and hands
    • Arm injuries sustained in falls from height
    • Repetitive strain and repetitive injuries to arms

    If you have been seriously injured at work in a warehouse, in an accident that was not your fault then you are entitled to make a claim for financial compensation.

    Call and speak to us today for a free and no obligation initial consultation regarding your potential claim. Our friendly solicitors are available now on 01507 609027.

    Compensation amounts for arm injuries

    The amount of compensation you can claim for an arm injury in a warehouse type accident depends on several different factors including the type of arm injury you have sustained, the severity of your arm injury, your recovery and if you have suffered any financial loss due to the accident.

    The amount of compensation you could expect to receive for the pain and suffering caused by your injuries are based on a set of national guidelines called the Judicial College Guidelines.

    The latest set of guidelines were published at the end of 2019 and some example guideline amounts for hand injuries are set out below:

    • Most serious injury that requires amputation of both arms – £225,960 – £281,250
    • Very severe injuries that causes permanent disability but just short of an amputation – £90,250 – £122,860
    • Serious arm fractures to the forearm with significant disability – £36,770 – £56,180
    • A severe elbow injury that leads to significant disability – £33,430 – £46,780
    • Serious fracture to the forearm but with a good recovery, or expected recovery – £18,020 – £36,770

    In addition to compensation for pain and suffering, we are also able to help you claim for “special damages”. These damages include any loss of past and future earnings, your pensions and medical care. Special damages often make up a very large percentage of the total claim value and in some circumstances can amount to millions of pounds.

    For more information about how much you may be able to claim, read our personal injury claims calculator page.

    What is a No Win No fee agreement?

    We use No Win No Fee agreements to fund all of our arm related warehouse accident claims.

    These agreements are called “Conditional Fee Agreements” and are also commonly referred to as either a “CFA” or a “No Win No Fee” Agreement.

    The nature of these agreements means that law firms take all the financial risk and not the client.  If a claim fails, the law firm is not paid and the client does not have to pay any solicitor’s fees for their time.  For taking this risk, it is common for law firms to agree with a client that they will be paid a % of the client’s compensation award at the end of a successful claim.

    To speak to us about starting a new warehouse related injury at work claim, contact us now.

    How long do you have to claim?

    This is one of the most common questions that our team is asked.

    The law in England & Wales states that you have 3 years from the date of your arm injury in a factory to start a claim.

    This claim time limit is also commonly referred to as the “limitation period”.

    We always recommend to our clients that due to the complex nature of personal injury claims, they should not delay in contacting us to start a claim.

    Call us now on 01507 609027.

    How can I start my claim?

    If you have been injured in a warehouse and would like to speak with a firm of lawyers that specialise in work accident claims then we can help you.

    Our team have helped thousands of clients to claim millions of pounds in compensation and are on hand today, to offer you expert legal advice.

    Every new claim starts with a phone call, so contact us now to see if you can make a claim for your arm injury in a warehouse.

    Call now on 01507 609027.

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