Broken Arm Injury Compensation Claim Lawyers

Broken arm injuries can occur under many different circumstances. You could fracture or break your arm in a car crash accident, by tripping on a slippery floor, in a work-related accident, during a sporting or recreational activity, and in several other ways. Ask our experienced broken arm compensation claim lawyers for informed legal advice when the unexpected happens.

If you have damaged your arm, you will likely have other associated injuries, including a mental health impact. Some people have other injured limbs or multiple fractures. The severity of upper limb damage varies significantly. For a simple break, your arm might be in a sling for a few months, while others experience long-term debilitating pain that may prevent them from working again.

Regardless of how you were injured, you could be entitled to claim compensation for your broken or damaged arm. Splatt Lawyers have supported injured Queenslanders for almost 30 years, and our experienced arm injury lawyers know how to get results. As a 100% No Win, No Fee QLD personal injury law firm, you pay nothing until we win your case and nothing if you lose. It is free to start, so contact us now to understand our legal right to claim damages. Call Now – 1800 700 125 or email us >

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100% No Win, No Fee Broken Arm Claims

I have heard of No Win, No Pay, but what is 100% No Win, No Fee?

When you have a fractured arm or upper limb injury due to someone else’s whole or partial negligence, you could be concerned about the cost of hiring an expert personal injury lawyer. We understand the cost of protecting your legal rights with effective legal representation may be outside your budget. So, you will be pleased to know that when you choose Splatt Lawyers for your claim, you have no financial risk. Our No Win, No Fee, No Risk guarantee means that:

  • It costs nothing to start your case.
  • There are no legal costs or fees during your claim.
  • You pay legal fees when you win.
  • You pay nothing if you lose.
  • We fund your medical reports and assessments.
  • We fund your rehabilitation costs.

Our experienced compensation lawyers will be pleased to explain our 100% No Win, No Fee policy when you contact us for your free claim review. Call Us Now at 1800 700 125.

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What Can I Claim for Arm Injury Compensation?

The value of your fractured arm or broken limb compensation relies on its impact on your life. Your injury settlement is to meant to replace the loss you have experienced due to your physical and mental damage, the value of which will rely on the following:

  • The extent and severity of your injuries
  • The capacity to prove liability (failed duty of care)
  • Lost quality of life (loss of enjoyment)
  • If you qualify for several arm injury claims – e.g. workers comp, common lawTPD claim, public liability claim or CTP insurance claim.
  • The length of time you were off work
  • Out-of-pocket expenses
  • The extent of medical care required to restore your damaged arm

You will need compelling and irrefutable evidence to support your case, and a skilled personal injury lawyer will guide you through this process. The claimable compensation elements include:

To understand the fractured bone claims you could make and their estimated value, please get in touch with our experienced compensation lawyers. Your free comprehensive claim assessment will help you know what you might expect and your chance of success. Call Us – 1800 860 777.

What is a Bone Fracture?

Before exploring your legal right to financial compensation for a broken or fractured arm or wrist, it is vital to understand the definition of a fracture. A fracture is simply a type of broken bone. A break in your arm bone can be a total separation or a tiny crack. There are different types of fractures, such as lengthwise (up the arm) and crosswise (across the arm). Bone breaks can be transverse, spiral, oblique, comminuted and greenstick.

A fracture in your arm usually happens when there is a sudden impact or force to your upper limb region. A compound fracture is the most severe physical injury and occurs when the broken bone penetrates your skin, although it is not always visible externally. Compound breaks feature constant pain and long-term consequences for your upper body mobility.

What Should I Do If I Have a Broken Arm Accident?

Whether you have a fractured arm, damaged wrist or broken elbow, you should follow a series of steps to support your compensation claim. What you do following your accident will impact the outcome of your case. After you have sort medical attention, here are the recommended actions your should take:

  1. Write down your version of events as soon as possible. Taking notes will help you recall all the relevant information.
  2. Takes video and photos of the accident scene. Also, take pictures of the damage to your body – cuts, bruising etc.
  3. Collect witness statements – if someone saw the accident, please get their contact information and version of the incident.
  4. Medical reports – all medical treatment information is relevant, no matter how minor, including dates, times, doctor’s details, prescriptions, treatment records, etc. For arm fractures, an orthopaedic surgeon would perform your medical assessment.
  5. Financial statements – keep receipts for all injury-related expenses and details of lost income.

Can I Get Workers’ Compensation for a Broken Arm Injury?

You could seek workers’ compensation when you have a fractured humerus, fractured sternum, or bone break from a workplace injury. Under the Work Health and Safety Act 2011, all Queensland employers must provide a safe working environment. Your boss has a legal duty to take reasonable and practical measures to ensure a safe workplace.

When you suffer a work-related injury, either:

  1. On the job
  2. On your way to or from work
  3. As a result of work-related travel
  4. At a work event or function

you could be eligible to access insurance benefits from WorkCover. The QLD workers’ compensation scheme is a no-fault scheme, so you do not need to prove who was responsible.

If your arm injury leaves you with a permanent impairment, you may also be eligible to make a Whole Person Impairment Claim. You would receive a lump sum payment when you have a successful WPI claim.

If this is your situation, please get in touch with our experienced workplace injury compensation team for fast and effective help. It costs nothing to start your case.

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Can I Get Compensation for a Slip and Fall Broken Arm?

Personal injury claims for broken arm injuries can result from accidents in public spaces. To be successful, someone needs to have failed their duty of care, and you were harmed as a result. For example, your local council may have been negligent when you break your arm because of an accident on a footpath.

Likewise, when you have a neck injury, shoulder or arm fracture in a shopping centre or car park accident or a slip and fall accident on public or privately owned property, you could have a successful claim when you prove liability for your physical harm.

Our arm injury legal experts will work with you to create compelling evidence and prove the negligent party’s liability. Knowing our compensation team will evaluate your case at no charge is comforting. Call Now – 1800 700 125.

Can I Claim Compensation for a Road Accident Arm Injury?

Bone fractures suffered in a traffic accident can be severe and life-threatening. The force of vehicles colliding, or hitting a static object, can be substantial, and the impact of a sudden stop, or collision with an immovable obstacle, can cause injury to passengers. The severity of car accident fractures relies on several factors, including:

  • The type of motor vehicle involved.
  • The speed at which it is travelling.
  • Whether or not the occupants wore seatbelts.

Road accident statistics show that women are most likely to break their humerus in an auto accident, while men typically fracture their femur. Regardless of what part of your body is damaged, you could claim accident compensation under various circumstances. When successful, the CTP insurer of the at-fault party will fund your payout. This fact is reassuring if a friend or family member is at fault. Contact our lawyers and solicitors now to start your fractured bone claim.

Can I Make a TPD Claim for My Bone Fractures?

Sometimes arm fractures are so severe that they can leave you with a partial or permanent disability. When a bone break causes lasting damage, you could be assessed as having a Total and Permanent Disability (TPD). While this sounds quite serious, it simply means your injury prevents you from working in your usual occupation or one you have been trained for. For example, if you are a tradie and can no longer work onsite, you could be diagnosed as TPD, receive a lump sum payout, and then retrain to work in an office or other occupation.

Most Australians have TPD insurance benefits contained within their superannuation policy. TPD payouts can be substantial and give you the finances you need to transition to a new life. Find out now if you have a compensable disability. Our personal injury solicitors will help you know if you qualify to make a disability claim. It’s free, to be sure.

How Our Broken Arm Lawyers Help

Whether you have a simple fracture or a compound fracture, no one should live with the pain and discomfort of a debilitating arm injury without financial support. When you have suffered a loss by circumstances outside your control, you must contact our arm injury legal experts for informed legal advice. They have the know-how and expertise to support your compensation claim. Please find out how we might help you. There is no cost to understand your legal options. Get immediate legal support by calling 1800 700 125.

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Fractured Arm Compensation Claim FAQs

Several factors determine how long it takes to achieve an arm injury settlement. These include the following:

  • Where and how you were harmed.
  • Proving someone was liable for your traumatic injury (failed duty of care).
  • The severity of your damage.
  • How long it takes for your arm injury to stabilise.
  • If the insurance company challenges your case.
  • If the insurer causes delays.

Every insurance policy has different terms and conditions, and every insurer has unique claim processes and procedures. However, they are united in their desire to minimise the money they payout in compensation claims. For this reason, when you are litigating an insurance company, you want to be sure you have a skilled and experienced lawyer negotiating on your behalf. You typically only have one chance to make a successful claim, so be certain it is your best shot.

Most personal injury claims in Queensland are subject to strict time constraints. If you believe you have a case, you should seek expert legal advice immediately. Your actions after you have been injured will impact the value of your legal outcome. It costs nothing to know your rights, so take action now.

When you have an accident and experience severe pain, you must seek medical attention and have an x-ray. Only a qualified doctor can diagnose a fracture. Understanding the nature of your injury is essential for your recovery.

Splatt Lawyers have a team of experienced accident compensation solicitors based in multiple locations across Southeast Queensland. It is good to know we help all QLD residents wherever they live in our great state. The majority of our valued clients choose to interact by phone. Our solicitors and lawyers have been helping people achieve justice for nearly three decades. We have developed an extensive network of legal, medical and professional contacts Queensland-wide during this time. You are a phone call away from expert personal injury legal advice wherever you live.

Every legal case is different. The time it takes to settle will rely on a few factors, including:

  • Your type of legal claim.
  • Your kind of injury and its severity.
  • How long it takes for your fracture to heal and stabilise.
  • The ease or complexity of proving liability.

Thankfully, our expert compensation team have helped many people make a successful claim, and they will be able to give you an estimate of the time it would take to achieve a positive outcome for your case. Your comprehensive case review is free.

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