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Average payout for a broken wrist


What’s the average payout for a broken wrist?

Slips, trips and falls in public places or at work can have serious repercussions. Sprains and broken wrists are common consequences of falls; such injuries can be painful and can also impair your ability to work, as well as to perform basic everyday tasks such as cooking, cleaning and driving. If you’ve been involved in an accident that wasn’t your fault in the past three years, sustaining a break or fracture to the wrist bone, and somebody else was accountable, you could be eligible to receive compensation for your injuries. Naturally, when making a personal injury claim for damage to your arm you’ll want to know the average payout for a broken wrist; this can vary from case to case, so it’s best to talk to the professionals to get an estimate of how much you can claim.


Compensation for your broken wrist

If you’ve hurt your arm and someone else is to blame, you should see a doctor for a medical report and a full diagnosis. This will be needed to make sure you get the right treatment, and their report is vital if you want to make a compensation claim. Once you have received a professional medical assessment, you should get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline to start discussing your accident and injuries and to find out if you qualify for compensation. Rather than offering vague details of the average payout for a broken wrist, our team of professional advisers will discuss your individual circumstances and give you a personalised estimate of how much you could claim.


Not the average payout for a broken wrist, but a personalised claim amount

Accident Advice Helpline has over 16 years’ experience in the personal injury law industry. Our patron is well-known and trusted consumer rights advocate Dame no win no fee compensation claim for your injuries. If you are using a landline call 0800 689 5659.