Frozen Shoulder Claims
Frozen shoulder is a joint condition which is characterised by stiffness and pain in the shoulders. Over a period of time, it can cause the shoulder to become very hard to move. For its victims, frozen shoulder can be a very frustrating and limiting condition.
There are many factors which are believed to contribute towards the cause of frozen shoulder, although the actual cause is not fully understood. A person can be at an increased risk of developing the condition if he is suffering from heart disease, diabetes, Parkinson’s disease or if he has suffered a trauma to the shoulder.
Frozen should can be caused under numerous circumstances. In the workplace, it can be caused as a result of performing manual handling or heavy lifting tasks over a long period of time. Therefore, it may be possible to claim make frozen shoulder claims if you have developed the condition at work.
The amount of compensation that can be recovered depends on the extent of the injury.
Past payouts indicate that a claim arising as a result of developing frozen shoulder at work can be settled in the following terms:
Minor injury – if there is no loss of movement and if full recovery is made within a year, a maximum of £2,800 can be obtained.
Moderate injury – if movement of the shoulder is limited and if the injury lasts up to two years, compensation in the region of £2,800 – £5,000 can be obtained.
Severe injury – if the damage is permanent, maximum compensation of £31,000 can be obtained.
Making A Claim
If your employer’s negligence is the cause of your injury and if you believe you have a viable claim for compensation, you should not hesitate to discuss your claim with highly experienced solicitors.
Our solicitors at wincompensation.com have vast experience in such matters and since we operate using a genuine no win no fee scheme, your claim will be handled free of cost.
You have nothing to worry about once you seek the services of our solicitors. We will represent your claim from the beginning to the end. In addition, we will also guarantee 100% compensation.
So if you would like to talk to a member of our team regarding your case, give us a call on our free telephone number now.
You can also fill in our quick claim form online and request a call back.