Common Causes Of Hand Injuries
Have you suffered hand injuries in a no fault accident? If yes, you may be entitled to make hand injury claims.
There are a variety of ways in which hand injuries can be sustained. Here’s a look at some of the main causes of hand injuries:
Motorbike and cycling accidents – hands injuries are commonly sustained because when cyclists and motorbike riders get involved in accidents, they often fall off their bikes and hit hard surfaces such as the road, other vehicles and barriers. When falling, it is natural to break the fall with the use of hands and this is how hand injuries are commonly sustained in motorbike and cycling accidents.
Slips and trips – such accidents can occur at just about any place and under a wide range of circumstances. They can occur due to holes and cracks, slippery surfaces, uneven flagstones, etc.
Accidents at work – hand injuries can be sustained in machinery accidents. If machinery is not guarded adequately or if there is lack of safety features, the hands and the arms can be drawn into the moving parts of the machinery and cause serious injuries such as cuts, broken bones and lacerations.
Road accidents – any type of road accident can result in injuries to the hands. This can include car accidents, bus accidents, lorry accidents and even pedestrian accidents.
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