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Have you been injured within the last three years?
Unsure whether you can claim compensation for a hand injury?
Are you looking for accident advice from a hand injury solicitor?

Our hand injury solicitors use the no win no fee scheme and compensation is paid in full with no deductions. If you would like information on hand injury compensation claims at no cost with no further obligation from a specialist personal injury solicitor just use the helpline or complete and send the contact form.

Hand Injuries

These injuries are usually the result of industrial accidents, traffic collisions or slips, trips and falls. The most common injuries are tears (ruptures) of ligaments, strains and fractures of bones. When a ligament is ruptured, bones can move out of position, resulting in a dislocated joint. Generally this injury causes swelling, pain, stiffness and limited movement. If the injury causes even the slightest degree of permanent disability the financial award made in hand injury compensation claims can be very substantial.

    Extensor Tendon Injuries

      These important tendons, located on the back of the hand, allow you to straighten your fingers and thumb. Because of their location, they can be easily injured even by a minor cut.

    Flexor Tendon Injuries

      The muscles that bend or flex the fingers are found in the forearm and are called flexor muscles. The thumb has one long flexor muscle, and the fingers each have two flexor muscles. Deep cuts on the palm side of the wrist, hand, or fingers can injure the flexor tendons and nearby nerves and blood vessels. Surgical repair is often necessary.


      This condition may occur at the joint at the base of the thumb or other fingers or at the middle joints of the fingers. Dislocations usually result when the thumb is bent too far out or the fingers are bent too far back. Surgery is often required to correct dislocations at the base of the thumb or fingers. Dislocations of the middle joints may be treated by taping the dislocated finger to an adjacent finger. If the ligament is badly torn, a splint is used, usually for 3 weeks.


      The hand skeleton is made up of many bones that form its supporting framework. The hand may be stiff and weak after the fracture heals. Fractures that involve joint surfaces may lead to early arthritis in the involved joints. Occasionally bone may be missing or be so crushed that it cannot be repaired. In such cases, a bone graft may be necessary. In this procedure, bone is taken from another part of the body to help provide more stability.

Hand Injury Solicitors

  1. Our hand injury compensation solicitors will provide you with legal advice on your rights and entitlements to compensation with no further obligation.
  2. Our solicitors are specialist accredited expert members of the Law Society personal injury panel with extensive experience in negotiating, settling and litigating accident compensation claims.
  3. If you decide to instruct any of our specialists to obtain compensation for you, they will act on a no win no fee basis. Compensation is paid in full and win or lose there is no charge.

LAWYER HELPLINE: 1800 352 100