Can I claim for a broken arm? If you have suffered a broken arm due to no fault of your own you may have asked yourself this question. The answer is that you may very well be able to claim. Some accidents are truly just that (an accident), but others may be caused by someone else’s neglect, by poor or inadequate training, or by some kind of equipment malfunction. In those cases it is possible to seek compensation for a variety of expenses that you may have incurred, such as time loss from work, medical expenses including therapy, and daily living expenses whilst off work. At Accident Advice Helpline we have over a decade of experience in seeking compensation for victims of neglect, malfunction and other causes when they have suffered a personal injury.
One of the fastest ways to see if there is potential for a claim is to visit our website at www.accidentadvicehelpline.co.uk. At the top of the home page is a free, confidential assessment which you can complete in the privacy of your own home. Answer a few basic questions about your injury or accident and we can provide a free assessment about any potential claim. Should you decide to pursue a claim, your case will be referred to one of our experienced solicitors who will assist you throughout the claims process.
We also have our free Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 180 4123 which is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Just speak to one of our representatives, answer a few questions, and you will receive an assessment of the strength of your claim. Should the injured party be unavailable, someone with knowledge of the injury or accident may complete the information in order to help us gain the facts as quickly as possible. Once armed with this material, you can make a fully informed decision about the course of action that is best for you and your particular situation.
Broken arms, like other personal injuries, may be caused by a variety of factors, including some that are outside your control. Should you be injured through no fault of your own, the responsible party may be held responsible for payment of some or all costs associated with your recovery, but only if you make it known that holding that party responsible is what you want. Unless you make your wishes known, you will be the one paying the bills and suffering the time lost from work.
At Accident Advice Helpline, we specialise in helping injured parties make their wishes known. Call 0800 180 4123 or visit our website today and see if you may be eligible for compensation for your broken arm or some other sort of personal injury. Our assessments are free and may very well provide you with the information you need to move forward with a compensation claim. With our no win no fee policy, there is no need to worry about any up-front money; so contact us today and see if you are able to make a personal injury claim for a broken arm.
Date Published: August 2, 2014
Author: David Brown