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What's My Claim Worth What's my claim worth is a claims company with direct access to a panel of specialist personal injury lawyers, who can advise you immediately if you have a claim and how much it might be worth. Our panel of specialist no win, no fee lawyers have a wide range of experience in dealing with all nature of personal injury claims, including complex head and neck injury claims.

They are experts in dealing with no win, no fee compensation claims of all values from the most straight forward of whiplash payouts, to life threatening injury claims. You will receive expert legal advice to ensure that you get the maximum compensation for your injury claim. Our personal injury lawyers act for clients on a nationwide basis and are specialists in their field.

They are committed to ensure you get the maximum compensation. Our panel of lawyers can offer a home visit service throughout the UK, although claims can be dealt with by post and phone if preferred. We fully appreciate each client and the diversity of their needs.
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read more › Have you been injured in an accident that wasn't your fault? Use our simple compensation claim calculator to find out how much money you could be entitled to. Whether you've had an accident at work, a car crash, slip or trip, or been a victim of medical negligence, our claim calculator will tell you how much compensation you could receive. It only takes a moment, and could make a real difference to your life. Your information is as safe as houses. We do not cold call. We understand confidentiality and will only share your information with our panel solicitors if you say that we can.

read more › A claim for compensation can arise from numerous types of accidents. The following are just some of the types of accidents which could give rise to a claim if you are injured and someone else was fully or even partly to blame. Your employer is under a duty to provide a safe workplace, a safe system of work, adequate materials and equipment, competent work colleagues, training and supervision. There are Health and Safety Regulations which impose duties on your employers in a number of areas to help ensure a safe working environment and if your employer breaches their duties towards you, then you may have a claim for compensation.

read more › Your employer has a legal duty to provide you with a safe place to work. They are also responsible for providing safe and adequate equipment and competent fellow employees to work with, as well as ensuring you are provided with adequate training and supervision. If they don't do this, and it results in an injury, you could be entitled to compensation. There are Health and Safety Laws and Regulations in place that your employer should comply with to help reduce the risk of an accident or injury in the workplace.

read more › Arm injuries typically include injuries from the shoulder down towards your wrists, hands and fingers and can include amputations. If you have suffered any injury to your arm, you may be eligible to make a claim for arm injury compensation. It is not until you have injured your arms that you realise just how important they are to your everyday life. Often those who injure their arms need to take time off from work, as they are unable to perform their job properly, especially if you work in a manual industry.

read more › Industrial diseases can be unfortunate consequences of working in hazardous environments such as shipyards, foundries, metal works, motor vehicle production, power stations, and factories, to name just a few. Employers should have strict controls in place to prevent work-related illnesses from happening. However, if you have suffered an industrial injury as a result of your employer's negligence you shouldn't have to suffer in silence. At What's My Claim Worth we have trained, qualified solicitors who have a wealth of experience in handling complex industrial disease claims, so you stand a much better chance of getting the industrial disease compensation you could be entitled to.

read more › A back injury is any injury or trauma involving the back. Back injuries result from damage, wear, and tear or trauma to the bones, muscles or other tissues of the back. Common back injuries include sprains and strains, herniated discs and fractured vertebrae. You may be able to claim compensation for a back injury if you can prove that the injury has been caused by the negligent actions of another party. If you have suffered from a back injury and believe that you are entitled to compensation, then please use our Claimometer or speak to one of our specialist back injury solicitors who will be able to help you.

read more › When we need medical advice or treatment we place a huge amount of trust in medical experts. However, medical professionals can make mistakes, and there can be serious consequences. If you have suffered as a result of medical negligence it can be difficult to know where to turn. At What's My Claim Worth we have specialist medical negligence solicitors who are experienced in dealing with all kinds of medical negligence claims. We have helped thousands of people in similar situations and can give you the support and legal advice you need to make a claim.

read more › The human brain is extremely vulnerable to impact. According to the Brain Injury Resource Foundation, each year in the UK approximately 125,000 people are admitted to hospital having suffered from some sort of brain injury. If you have suffered an injury to your head, this may mean that your brain has been damaged in some way. Unfortunately, the brain surface can be torn and bruised as it collides with the skull, despite the protective bone surrounding the skull and it is possible for blood vessels and nerves to be damaged.

read more › As well dealing with common workplace accidents, road traffic accidents or standard slips, trips and falls, we can also help you with claims for other types of accidents that may seem a little more obscure. Other kinds of accidents may include injury from a faulty product, the misuse of beauty treatments or even slips or falls in unusual locations, such as a gym or health club. To give you an idea of the kind of other accidents we can advise you on, we have prepared this brief case study. Whilst on holiday in Spain, our client fractured his elbow after slipping on a pool of water from a faulty bath.

read more › A hand injury refers any injury or trauma involving the hand. The hand is a very complex part of the body with multiple joints, different types of ligaments, tendons and nerves. Hand injuries can result from a trauma, excessive use or degenerative disorder. Falling to the ground as a result of slipping or tripping at work or in a public place, and using a hand(s) to break the fall. Use of vibratory tools which can cause vibration white finger (VWF) or hand-arm vibration syndrome (HAVS). You may be able to claim compensation for a hand injury if you can prove that the injury has been caused by the negligent actions of another party.

read more › If you are a driver, passenger, motorcyclist, cyclist or pedestrian who has been involved in a road traffic accident (RTA) which was not your fault, then you may be entitled to make a claim for personal injury compensation and out of pocket expenses such as loss of earnings. At What's My Claim Worth we work on a no win, no fee basis, provided the defendant can be traced, even if they are uninsured. We have years of experience successfully helping people claim the compensation the deserve if they have been involved in an RTA and we are here to help you.

read more › A leg injury is any injury or trauma which results in pain of any kind occurring between the heels of the feet and the pelvis. If you have suffered a leg injury as a result of any of the above, or for any other reason, then it has the potential to develop into something significantly more serious such as ligament or muscle damage. Don't wait any longer - take action today to claim the compensation you deserve. You may be able to claim compensation for a leg injury if you can prove that the injury has been caused by the negligent actions of another party.

read more › Cyclists are more at risk on the road than occupants of cars or trucks involved in a crash. However, between 60% to 90% of cycling accidents go unreported. Our team understands that your injuries can cause both physical and financial hardship and this is why it is important that you report any cycling accidents to the police. If you have been involved in a cycling accident that was not your fault, whatever type of cyclist you are, you may be able to claim for compensation for the damage of your bicycle and the injuries you may have sustained.

read more › Neck injuries are unfortunately a common workplace injury. Your employer has a duty of care to protect employees. If they fail in that duty and you suffer from a neck injury you may be able to claim compensation for personal injury and any financial losses that you have incurred. Slips, trips and falls - Slips, trips and falls as a result of loose carpeting, wet floors or unsuitable footwear account for 40% of serious injuries in the workplace, including neck injuries. However these are one of the easiest accidents to avoid, and employers should always be aware of any potential slip or trip hazards and under a duty to provide you with a safe place of work.

read more › The shoulder consists of muscles, nerves and bone and an injury to any of these can result in a significant amount of pain that can result in time off work or a lack of mobility that can impair the enjoyment of any hobbies or pastimes. There are three critical parts of the shoulder, which if injured or broken in an accident could result in a significant compensation claim being made. The main bone in the shoulder is the scapula more commonly known as the shoulder blade. The shoulder joint itself houses two bones - the humerus (the bone in your upper arm) and the clavicle - more commonly known as the collar bone.

read more › What's My Claim Worth has extensive experience dealing with whiplash claims that have happened in wide variety of circumstances. We have a whiplash specialist team in road traffic accidents who will fight for the compensation that you deserve. Our team understands that it can be a very difficult and daunting time for you and they will do their best to offer a sympathetic ear along with unparalleled legal expertise. If you have suffered whiplash, which was not your fault, you may be entitled to claim for compensation.

read more › Believe it or not, the wrist is one of the most complex parts of the human body. Made up of an extensive range of bones, muscles, ligaments, tendons and blood vessels, there are a number of important parts that can all be injured. This is what makes wrist injuries such a common and potentially damaging and painful occurrence. Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) in the wrist - work accidents are a very common cause of wrist injuries and one of the most common causes is Repetitive Strain Injury. RSI injuries in the wrist generally cause pain and weakness in the wrist, forearm, and hand and can be caused by continually repeating manual acts such as typing without ergonomic support or lifting items by hand on a factory line.

read more › With more accidents on the road, work related accidents and slips, trips and falls being reported than ever before, What's My Claim Worth can answer your most asked questions on how to make a claim. The aim of the award of damages in a personal injury claim is to restore you to the position you were in before your accident or injury occurred. General damages - these are to compensate you for the pain, suffering and loss of amenity you have suffered as a result of the accident. Special damages - these are items of financial loss you have sustained as a result of your accident, such as loss of earnings.

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