Dealing with a fractured limb can be an incredibly painful and difficult process, but unfortunately in some circumstances this can be made worse if the limb is fractured in more than one place. In the case of a comminuted fracture, it generally refers to fracture which has been sustained in more than one area of the limb and fractures of these type usually require a great deal of rest and rehabilitation after any accident.
The workplace is a common area for accidents to occur, but this doesn’t mean that you should have to suffer financially if the accidents were no fault of your own. If you have suffered from a comminute fracture in the workplace that was not your fault, you could be eligible to make a compensation claim to cover any costs you have incurred.
In general comminuted fractures can be sustained in any area of the workplace where you are involved in an accident and suffer from a serious impact. Some common examples of these situations include:
As with any injury which is sustained in the workplace, you may consider making a compensation claim against your employer, especially if you feel that they are the reason that your injury was caused in the first place. In general it’s the responsibility of your employer to ensure that you are working in a safe environment and if you feel that they haven’t done this, you could be eligible to make a claim against them for compensation.
At Legal Request we bring together a team of experts to help you with every step of your compensation claim. We understand how difficult it can be dealing with a claim of this type and that’s why we believe in a professional yet personal approach to your injury claim. Our team will work throughout your case every step of the way, from start to finish, ensuring that you are comfortable and informed throughout the process.
To find out more or get your claim started, contact the Legal Request team today on 0800 990 3500.
I had never been involved in an accident before so wasn't too sure what the process entailed. After speaking with Legal Request they made everything clear for me.
Legal Request is regulated by the Ministry of Justice in respect of regulated claims management activities, authorisation number CRM2092www.claimsregulation.gov.uk Legal information