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Broken Bone Claims
Many of us will have experienced a broken bone at some point, often during childhood. Back then, when your body was younger and your bones were still growing, the injury seemed minor with a full recovery usually being achieved within a couple of months.
Unfortunately, a broken bone injury, particularly when you are an adult, is not always that straightforward and there can be complications.
Whilst some simple fractures can be treated by wearing a splint or a plaster case until the bone heals, more complicated fractures will require surgery to fix the fracture. This may involve the use of metal screws, pins, rods or plates to hold the bone in place.
We operate on a No Win, No Fee basis, meaning that there no upfront costs to you. We offer a free initial, no obligation assessment of your case.
Call us on 0344 854 7000 to discuss your claim, or submit your details below and we’ll call you back at a time convenient for you.
Can I make a claim for broken bones?
You may be eligible to submit a claim for broken bones, if you have suffered such an injury, as a result of somebody else’s negligence. Common accidents which lead to breaking a bone due as a result of another person’s actions or carelessness, include:
- Slips, trips or falls on wet or uneven ground, on public or private land/property.
- Involvement in a car accident
- Injuries from defective work machinery
- Being the victim of an assault
- Getting injured whilst playing sport
What kind of broken bone injuries are there?
There are many different types of fracture injuries some of which are more serious than others. The least severe type of fracture is an undisplaced closed fracture where the bones have not moved out of place, followed by a displaced open fracture where the bones have moved and have pierced the skin. The worst type of fracture is a comminuted fracture where the bone is in many pieces and may be very difficult to fix.
How much compensation will I receive for a broken bones claim?
The amount of compensation will vary depending on which bones are broken and to the severity in which they are broken. Use our free claims calculator below to give you an idea of the amount of compensation that you may receive:
Why choose us to handle your claim?
Whatever type of fracture you have suffered, TRUE Solicitors has the expertise in broken bone claims and experience to ensure you are fully compensated for your injuries and losses. This could include:-
• Full compensation for your injuries, including for the effect the injuries had on your life.
• The earnings or income you lost whilst unable to work.
• Any medical expenses (e.g. prescription charges, treatment and rehabilitation).
• Any travel costs (e.g. attending rehabilitation, medical appointments etc).
So if you or someone you know has suffered a broken bone or fracture injury, contact us now on 0344 854 7000 for free, impartial advice about broken bone claims and compensation. Alternatively, you can submit a free, no obligation enquiry via the form on our website or you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will contact you without delay to discuss your claim.
Our ‘No Win, No Fee’ service gives our clients peace of mind.
Submit Your claim – we will establish who was at fault and submit a claim on your behalf.
Gather the Evidence and Arrange Treatment – we will collect all of the evidence needed to prove your claim, arrange a medical examination for you, and if appropriate arrange treatment to assist with your recovery.
Win Your Claim – we will fight hard on your behalf to recover maximum compensation in the shortest time.
How long will my claim take?
The length of time it takes to settle broken bone claims depend on three factors; whether the other party admits they were at fault, the severity of your injuries, and the amount and complexity of your losses. Some broken bone claims are straightforward and may be settled within 4 – 6 months but generally the more serious the injury the longer it will take to settle your claim.