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Shoulder injuries are common in sports which require an over-arm action such as swimming, playing tennis, throwing a javelin or above shoulder weight training.
There is more movement at the shoulder joint than at any other part of the body. If you begin to feel the amount of movement in your shoulder being restricted, then you should consult your doctor.
Shoulder injuries can also be caused by a sudden trauma such as a car accident, a slip or a fall. Vibration syndromes such as vibration white finger could also lead to shoulder injuries.
Frozen shoulder is a condition which develops gradually and, although it may not cause a great deal of pain, it restricts the movement of the shoulder. Other shoulder injuries include tendonitis, an inflammation of the tendon and dislocation.
If you have suffered a shoulder injury in a car accident, work accident or other type of accident, call our solicitors now for free legal advice about pursuing a shoulder injury compensation claim. We give free and impartial advice, without any pressure or obligation. We'll discuss all your options with you, then it's up to you whether you decide to make a claim.
If you decide to proceed and you would like YouClaim to help you, we work on a no win no fee basis. It means making a claim with us is totally risk-free - you could gain the compensation you deserve, but even if your claim is not successful, you won't have to pay any legal costs. Contact us now on 0800 10 757 95 to find out how much your claim might be worth.