One of the most common injuries that you can sustain in a workplace is a single fracture and this often occurs as the result of an accident or impact that you might have within your working environment. Although not as complicated as other fractures, single fractures can still lead to a number of health issues, and can leave you unable to continue with your job, or even to perform a number of common daily tasks.
Regardless of the type or severity of an injury that you may have sustained within your working environment, if it was caused through no fault of your own then you could be eligible for a compensation claim. This claim could cover any medical costs that you have incurred in addition to any potential loss of earnings and other expenses.
A single fracture is generally a bone which has broken in just one place. It is one of the most common types of fractures that can occur and is generally fixed with a great deal of rest and rehabilitation. Even if you only suffer from a single fracture it can have a direct impact on your lifestyle as it can leave you with a large amount of down time, in addition to making it difficult for you to go to work, or even making it impossible.
For any injuries that you sustain within the workplace, your employer is usually the person who you will consider making a compensation claim against. By law it is their responsibility to ensure that you are kept in a safe and secure working environment at all times and if you feel that they have failed to do this, then you may consider making a compensation claim against them.
At Legal Request we bring together a team of industry experts to guide you throughout the personal injury claim process, every step of the way. Our team will work with you throughout your claim, ensuring that you receive every penny that you are entitled to – and that it’s put straight back into your pocket.
To find out more about how Legal Request can work for you, contact us today on 0800 990 3500.
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