We will assess your injury claim We will assess your injury claim

Compensation for Cut Tendon on Hand

How much compensation for cut tendon on hand am I entitled to for an accident at work? My company has made me an offer, but it does not seem very much.

Question:

How much compensation for cut tendon on hand am I entitled to for an accident at work? My company has made me an offer, but it does not seem very much.

Answer:

How much compensation for cut tendon on hand you are entitled to is based on a variety of factors – not least how your injury has affected your quality of life. It is impractical for an employer (or, more likely, his insurance company) to look in a book or refer to previous awards on compensation for cut tendon on hand and say “That will do” without making a full assessment of your situation.

A solicitor preparing a claim for compensation for cut tendon on hand will first look at the extent and severity on your injury and weigh it up in relation to your age, sex and general state of health prior to your work injury. The solicitor will then factor into the cut tendon on hand compensation claim the deterioration in your quality of life due to not being able to use the hand and any emotional trauma that you have suffered as a result.

You will be entitled to recover any financial costs you have incurred in a compensation claim for cut tendon on hand, including any lost wages, overtime, promotion prospects and pension contributions. Finally, a solicitor will look at the circumstances of your accident to see if there was any way in which you could have been considered to have contributed to your own injury as this will negatively affect how much compensation for cut tendon on hand you receive.

As you have already received an offer of compensation for cut tendon on hand, there would appear to be no issue over liability, and the only thing you really need to do is speak with a solicitor to organise a full assessment of your claim. As liability has already been admitted, the solicitor will usually offer legal representation on a “No Win, No Fee” basis – enabling you to keep your full settlement of cut tendon on hand compensation without having to pay any legal fees.