Most people will suffer a broken bone or two at some stage in their life. As with all injuries, they vary in severity, recovery time, pain, and the way in which they affect your day-to-day life.
Something as simple as a slip or a fall can result in a painful broken bone injury, while serious broken bone injuries can change people's live forever. But broken bone injuries do have one thing in common...
If they are someone elses fault, then you may be able to make a broken bones compensation claim. Read on to find out more...
No. Any form of fracture constitutes a broken bone, and if it wasn't your fault, then it constitutes a valid claim. Some of the more common types of fractures include:
Remember: These are not the only breaks that you can claim against. Any type of broken bone suffered, in any circumstance that wasn't your fault, is potentially claimable against. Contact one of our experts today to find out if you can make a broken bone personal injury claim.
Absolutely not. A lot of people are completely unaware that they can claim compensation for a broken bone injury in a number of different circumstances. Some of the most common causes of broken bone injury claims include injuries suffered:
In the past, all of the above mentioned circumstances have resulted in successful broken bone injury claims, but it is important to remember they can be made in almost any circumstance. All you need to remember is that if someone else was to blame, chances are, there's a compensation payment with your name on it.
Broken injury claims are often fiercely defended by the solicitors of the defendants, and while it is not a legal requirement, we strongly advise you to consider contacting one of our experts.
As mentioned above, the range of severity of broken bone injuries can be great, and so can the amount of compensation awarded. Our experts will ensure you get every penny you are legally entitled to, and with our promise that you will keep 100% of any compensation you are awarded, the only question really has to be: What have you got to lose?!
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