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Rotator Cuff Injury Claims

If you have suffered a shoulder rotator cuff injury that wasn’t your fault, then we have a team of lawyers who are on hand to help. Our team specialise in personal injury claims and will work closely with you every step of the way to guarantee you receive the full compensation you deserve.

Free initial discussion

For a no-obligation initial discussion about your circumstances and to find out whether you have a claim, please feel free to call us on 0800 342 3206 or get in touch online.

Rotator Cuff Injuries

Shoulders are central to the performance of many tasks, whether it is lifting in the workplace, gardening, playing sports, carrying your children or even cooking. Injuries to the shoulder also usually cause pain and limitations in other areas of the body e.g. the back, arm and hand.

The rotator cuff is the collection of tendons and muscles that hold your shoulder and arm together. A tear or sprain to the rotator cuff can leave your shoulder feeling extremely painful and weak. The pain can sometimes be felt down your arm, making it very difficult to move and sleep at night. These injuries can often be suffered during car accidents and or in the workplace.

Day to day life can be dramatically affected by the pain and it can prevent you from working, pursuing hobbies or performing simple everyday tasks. If it can be proved that the injury was caused by an accident that wasn’t your fault, then there may be a high chance of pursuing a successful personal injury claim.

Those most susceptible to rotator cuff injuries are generally older people who have suffered wear and tear above and beyond the norm. People working in jobs where this area of the body is exposed to repetitive strain are most at risk.

Causes of injury can include:

  • Falling on the shoulder directly or using an arm to break your fall.
  • Lifting an object that is too heavy or performing an incorrect lifting technique.
  • Pulling an object that’s too heavy or performing an incorrect pulling technique.

There are other ways the injury could occur but if you believe that the injury was caused because you were not properly trained or protected by your employer, or there was a failure to adhere to health and safety regulations and you were put at risk unnecessarily, you may have a valid claim for compensation.

While every rotator cuff injury claim is different, most individuals who claim for this kind of shoulder injury receive between £10,180 and £15,300. For a more accurate idea of how much you may be entitled to, you should contact a solicitor.

How to claim

If you believe that you have a claim, then it is advisable to get in touch with a solicitor who specialises in personal injury claims. Compensation may be payable if can be proven a third party was to blame.

Claiming compensation with Jefferies

At Jefferies, our no win no fee solicitors are experienced in all types of Personal Injury claims, including Rotator Cuff injuries. On behalf of our clients we can issue claims for past and future losses, taking into account pain and suffering, loss of earnings, need for specialist support and physical disabilities.

We understand the difficult circumstances that can come with making a claim whilst dealing with the physical and emotional stress of your injury. Our team will guide you through the legal process as quickly and simply as possible whilst getting you the compensations you deserve.

Contact Jefferies Solicitors to discuss your claim today on 0800 342 3206 or, alternatively, fill out our online form.

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