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Making claims in Newtown for a broken limb

There are many kinds of injury that can be sustained during an accident you didn’t cause. Depending on the nature of the accident itself, you could be unlucky enough to suffer a broken arm or leg. If you have broken a limb in an accident you had no control over, there will be no escaping time off work while it heals. The time you spend off work recovering will depend entirely on the nature of the break or breaks. Accident Advice Helpline can provide you with free personal injury and assist you with compensation claims in Newtown..

There are thousands of accidents in the United Kingdom every year; a large number of accidents leave Britons suffering from broken limbs through no fault of their own. These accidents can happen in the workplace, out and about on a shopping trip, anywhere really; anywhere where it is possible to be the victim of a slip, trip or fall.

If you have been the injured party in an accident that left you with a broken arm or leg, you could be eligible to receive compensation, and should be considering making claims in Newtown. Accident Advice Helpline and our team of legal personnel can provide you with personal injury advice, and secure compensation on the basis of a personal injury claim for a broken limb.

I’m not able to do half of what I used to

As the victim of an accident in which you suffered a broken limb, you will have to contend with being unable to work or take part in other activities you would normally take for granted. Certainly in the first weeks, you will have to rest while the bones begin to fuse back together.

Breaking a leg for example, it could be the tibia or fibula that has been broken or fractured. In some extreme instances both of these major bones in the leg are broken which makes walking with any weight-bearing impossible. Suffering this sort of break in an accident will leave you unable to walk properly for many weeks.

Breaking either an arm or a leg will prevent you from working. While you may feel you are up to the job if you exercise care, it will not necessarily be the case. The victims of accidents who have suffered such injuries are often unable to return to work for 6-12 weeks.

Accident Advice Helpline secures compensation for you

To find out if you are eligible to make a personal injury claim, you can call Accident Advice Helpline today on our freephone number 0800 689 0500. If you are using a mobile the number is 0333 500 0993. When you call a member of the team will explain how the process of making a claim works and you can discuss the nature of your accident. The initial assessment by telephone is enough for our advisors to be able to determine your eligibility to make a claim. If you are eligible, and you wish to continue, we will pass your details to our legal team.

We can secure compensation for you on a 100% no win no fee* basis and have been doing so since 2000. Our solicitors are experienced in securing the right amount of compensation for our clients and are renowned for doing so across the United Kingdom. We are endorsed by Dame Esther Rantzen DBE and have been since 2003.

Telephone our team today if you would like further information on making a personal injury claim. Our lines are open daily and our team is on hand to ensure you have the personal injury advice you need.

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