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Arm and Elbow Injuries

Whether it’s to lift weights, swing a golf club, throw a ball, or throw a punch, we use our arms every day and we put a lot of pressure on them. Our arms undergo quite a lot of strain on a day to day basis. As essentially a hinge, which allows your arm to move more flexibly, you use your elbows on a minute-by-minute basis without noticing. Injuring your arms and your elbows can therefore be very detrimental to your enjoyment of everyday activities and your standard of living generally. If you injure your arm or your elbow in an accident that was due to someone else’s negligence, contact the expert solicitors at Jones Whyte today and we can help you obtain the compensation you deserve. Call us now.

Making a Claim for Injuries Arms and Elbows with Solicitors in Glasgow, Scotland

If you have injured your arm or elbow, there are a number of specific problems that can arise, including:

  • Fracture dislocation of the elbow joint;
  • Loss of sensation in some of your fingers;
  • Difficulties achieving the same range of motion as before the incident;
  • Grating in the joint;
  • Scarring from any surgery you had to undergo;
  • Elbow replacement; or
  • Bone grafting.

If you have a practical job, such as in the construction industry or in a warehouse/factory, then you might be more likely to sustain an injury to your arm or elbow. Injuries can arise from a number of sports and hobbies as well, including:

  • Swimming;
  • Squash;
  • Driving;
  • Football; and
  • DIY.

How much could you claim with solicitors in Glasgow, Scotland?

The amount of money that the dedicated solicitors at Jones Whyte could be able to claim on your behalf depends to a large extent on the severity of the injury. However, depending on your injury, roughly you could hope to obtain:

  • £183,000 to £228,000 for loss of both arms;
  • Between £73,100 and £104,250 for the loss of one arm;
  • £73,100 to £99,500 for severe arm injuries;
  • £5,000 to £14,600 for a simple forearm fracture;
  • Between £29,800 and £41,675 for severe disabling of the elbow;
  • £11,900 to £24,350 for less severe disabling of the elbow; and
  • Up to £9,575 for moderate or minor injuries to the elbow.

Contact our Arm and Elbow Injury Solicitors in Glasgow, Scotland Today

If you have injured your arm or your elbow in an accident and the accident wasn’t your fault, then the specialist solicitors at Jones Whyte will do all they can to ensure that you get the maximum amount of compensation possible. We work hard to make sure that our clients understand that we are here to get them the result they need. We try always to keep you updated of everything that is going on so that you understand every step of your claim. Our dedicated solicitors’ pragmatic but caring approach will mean that you are comfortable and confident in your claim. Our head office is in Glasgow; call 01413751222 today, or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

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