Upper Body Injury

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At Claims Arrow, we are specialists in providing help for people who have suffered from an upper-body injury in an accident that wasn’t their fault. Upper body injuries can occur in many forms and the list of what is defined as an upper-body injury can include anything from:

  • Neck Injuries
  • Arm injuries
  • Shoulder Injuries
  • Eye Injuries
  • Head Injury
  • Spinal Injuries
  • Brain Injuries
  • Hand Injuries
  • Finger Injuries

Statistics in Ireland and the UK show the most common accidents to cause upper body injuries include slip and trip falls, road traffic accidents, and accidents at work. Recovery from upper-body injuries can vary, a full recovery from some upper body injuries can be made within weeks or months, although more severe injuries can have a long-lasting or sometimes permanent impact on a person’s life, in cases like this your compensation claim may have to take permanent damage into account.

How do you value a personal injury claim?

Figuring out the precise amount of cash that fairly represents your losses can be tough. There is no unique formula to calculate the precise amount, despite what many online claims calculators tell you.

You will not get an accurate estimate from any online tool, because an online bot simply can’t evaluate the specific circumstances around your accident.

This is why you need to speak to a consultant at Claims Arrow as soon as possible, we have got great deal of helpful information that we can offer you completely free of charge.

How do I begin the claim process?

You can get the ball rolling on your personal injury claim by picking up the phone and chatting to a member of our team at Claims Arrow today, or simply by submitting an online enquiry form.  We would recommend that you share as much information as possible on your accident to help our team get a greater insight into the circumstances of your potential personal injury claim.

This will help speed things for you and allow our team to provide you with greater help and support when we get in touch.

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