No-Win  No-Fee Claims for Workplace Finger Injuries

No win no fee solicitors Nottingham are the best option if you have no money with you to pay. If you win you have to pay 25% to the lawyer otherwise no fee will be charged.

If the Solicitor believes you have a claim but the other party refuses to accept responsibility, the Lawyer will fight for you in court if required. If you’ve experienced any of the following, the Solicitor can assist you:

1.    Cracks, ruptures, and dislocations
2.    Soft tissue injury
3.    Repetitive strain damage
4.    Osteoarthritis
5.    Lacerations
6.    Crush damage
7.    Vibration white finger
8.    Amputation

You could be able to fully recover from your injury, or you might be left with life-altering injuries, such as amputation. Solicitors recognise that the consequences extend beyond physical harm, which is why they work hard to get you the compensation you deserve so you may seek the care you need.

How Long Do You Have To File A Claim For A Finger Injury?

Finger injuries have a three-year statute of limitations, but criminal assault claims have a two-year statute of limitations. There are also different time limits if you were out of the country at the time of your accident. If you suspect you have a repetitive strain injury, you have three years to file a claim from the date you first realized you were hurt, such as when you were diagnosed by a doctor. Whatever has happened to you, we strongly advise you to contact us as soon as possible. The sooner you contact us, the easier it will be for us to acquire the proof that your lawyer will need to back up your claim.

How Much Compensation Can You Recover If Injured Your Finger?

Because each claim is unique, there are no established compensation levels for finger injuries. Many factors will influence your settlement, including the severity of your injuries. A payout for amputation of a finger, for example, would be substantially more than one for a broken finger. The claims experts will look at:

The harshness of the damageFailure of earningsThe consequence on you and your adored onesWhether or not you’ll require ongoing assets.

The Solicitor also considers whether a finger has been harmed; for example, losing a thumb or index finger, as opposed to a little finger, can have a significant impact on your capacity to carry out daily duties.

No Win No Fee Nottingham Finger Injury Claims

The majority of finger injury cases in Nottingham are No Win No Fee. This means that if you lose, both you and your opponent will be reimbursed for their legal fees. If you win, your opponent will cover the majority of your legal expenses. Any costs that your opponent does not cover will be deducted from your overall compensation.

Finger Injury Settlement Amounts

Injury Severity Example Amount
Finger injuryModerateRupture of one fingerUp to £3,800
Finger injurySerious Loss of parts of the small finger£3,160 to £4,680
Finger injurySerious Failure of the terminal phalanx of the ring or central finger£3,160 to £6,270
Finger injurySevere Amputation of the index finger’s terminal phalangesAround £19,925
Finger injuryVery Severe Amputation of several fingers£49,360 to £72,340
Finger injuryModerateRupture of the index finger£7,280 to £9,765
Finger injurySerious Partial loss of index finger£9,705 to £14,925
Finger injurySevere Complete loss of index fingerAround £14,925

Showing liability

Employers must adhere to health and safety regulations in order to keep their employees safe and avoid workplace mishaps.

If the finger injuries occurred as a result of a workplace accident, the injury lawyer will refer to relevant Health and Safety Regulations such as the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, Work at Height Regulations 2005, or the Control of Vibration at Work Regulations 2005 to show that the employer was at fault.

When it comes to other types of accidents, assessing fault is based on the circumstances of the incident. Your attorney will collect evidence to show that:

The accident was caused by another party’s irresponsibility, and the accident resulted in finger injuries.

Even if the cause of the accident is unknown, a claim may be filed. Your lawyer will be able to look into the accident evidence and determine who was at fault.