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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Category : Broken bones claims

    How to claim broken ulna compensation

    If you have broken your arm within the last three years, it might be worth wondering whether someone else was ultimately the cause of that injury. If you broke the ulna – one of two bones that can be found in the forearm – you might end up with a chance to get broken ulna….

    How to claim broken radius compensation

    Your forearm, between your wrist and elbow, contains two bones. One of these bones is called the radius. If you break this bone you might be said to have a broken arm or a broken wrist, depending on where the bone actually breaks. This might be referred to as a fracture, since any type of….

    Types of bone fracture: Incomplete fracture

    There are so many different types of breaks and fractures that it is difficult to keep track with what is what. But, to make it easy for you there are two main different types of fractures; incomplete and complete fractures. What are the differences between the two? A complete fracture is where the fracture has….

    Compensation for a broken pelvis

    A broken pelvis can be caused by a fall – particularly at risk are older people suffering from osteoporosis. A crush accident or car accident are other common causes of a pelvic fracture, and if you’ve suffered a broken pelvis, you may be in considerable pain, suffering from internal bleeding and a swollen, bruised pelvic….

    Compensation for multiple broken ribs

    As anyone who has ever suffered this injury will tell you, sustaining multiple broken ribs is a very painful injury to experience. Furthermore it can be potentially dangerous since broken ribs can sometimes puncture the lungs depending on how bad the breaks are. There are many situations in which someone might sustain such an injury,….

    Compensation for cracked ribs

    Cracked ribs can be particularly painful and they can happen for a variety of reasons. For example you might suffer them in a car crash or if something were to fall on you in the right area to crack one or more of your ribs. You might also fall for some reason and crack them….

    Types of bone fracture: Complete fracture

    One of the more serious consequences of accidents at work, public slips and falls, or road traffic accidents, is fractured bones. Of these personal injuries, the most wince-inducing is probably a complete fracture. Complete fractures occur when an accident at work, or elsewhere, is sufficiently serious to cause a break that runs the entire width….

    How to treat broken bones

    Fractures can be the result of an accident at work, a car accident or even a slip or trip. Elderly people are more at risk of fractures than younger people, as their bones are more brittle, whilst children are also at increased risk of broken bones. It’s important to be aware of how to treat….

    Types of bone fracture: Impacted fracture

    Impacted fractures are fractures in which bones break into multiple pieces that are then driven towards and into each other. Often presenting challenges when setting fractures and waiting for them to heal, impacted fractures are typically treated by specialised orthopaedic surgeons and supporting teams. Like many other personal injuries, impacted fractures can happen through accidents….

    Advice on claiming for bone fractures

    Did you know that the average person experiences two bone fractures in their lifetime? Whether you’ve fractured your hip after tripping on damaged pavement or broken your ankle after slipping on a wet floor, you may find you’re able to claim compensation for a fracture if your accident was somebody else’s fault. It can be….

    Advice on claiming for broken bones

    If you’ve ever broken a bone, you’ll know that the recovery process can often be slow and somewhat frustrating – even longer if you’ve suffered a complex or compound fracture. You could even be left with permanent pain or a disability if your broken bones don’t heal properly. Perhaps you broke your leg in a….

    Bone fracture symptoms: Bruising

    Accidents at work and in public places, such as slips, trips and falls are a common cause of bone fractures. Depending on the nature of the accident, bone fractures can differ in how severe they are, but nevertheless are always extremely painful. There are various side effects and symptoms of a bone fracture, however, bruising….

    First Aid Guide – Treating broken bones

    A broken bone, or a fracture, is a medical emergency so you should get the person to a hospital as soon as possible. However, in the meantime, there are some things you can do to ease their discomfort. First, apply pressure to the wound to stop any bleeding. Use a clean cloth or a sterile….

    What causes bone fractures?

    Bone fractures are the result of excessive forces being applied to bones, typically suddenly and at speed. As these forces hit the bone, its structure gives way and cracks along it or breaks across it occur. Road traffic accidents Vehicle accidents are often to blame for broken bones. As victims inside vehicles are violently thrown….

    Making a claim for broken bones

    Broken bones are common in childhood as children’s bones are more delicate than adult’s, and also perhaps because children are more active, playing contact sports, climbing trees, and performing other feats an adult wouldn’t dare to. There are even some types of fracture that can only happen in childhood, such as the bowing fracture which….

    What to do if you suffer broken bones in an accident

    Broken bones can happen at any time. Knowing what to do if you suffer broken bones in an accident can mean they mend quicker and reduce recovery times. Furthermore it is worth being aware of how a break can occur as this can be useful information if you ever need to make a claim for….

    Average healing time for a broken collar bone

    The proper term for a broken collar bone is a fractured clavicle. This is the thin bone that connects the shoulder to the chest, and you can see and feel it at the front of your chest. Fortunately, it doesn’t take that long for a fractured collar bone to heal. The average healing time for….

    How to claim broken clavicle compensation

    Your clavicle is one of the easier bones to feel under the skin. It is the thin bone that runs across from your neck to your shoulder along the front upper section of your chest. As such, any fall or accident that results in an impact to your shoulder can break this bone. Most people….

    How to claim broken phalanges compensation

    If broken phalanges sounds painful, that’s because it usually is! Phalanges is, as you might guess, the plural of the singular term, which is phalanx. This is a bone that can be found in both the hands and the feet in humans. With 14 in each hand and foot, that makes a total of 56….

    Compensation for multiple broken bones

    There are many situations that could lead to multiple broken bones. These injuries are commonly inflicted in industrial settings, such as warehouses where stock that has been incorrectly stacked on shelves tumbles onto workers, or when forklift trucks are reversed carelessly. Where the machinery in any factory has the potential to damage the operator, it….

    Types of bone fractures: Compound fractures

    Slips, trips and falls, whether they occur at work or at home, can cause a great deal of pain and huge inconveniences to the victim, especially so where a fracture is sustained. Although all types of fractures do cause incredible discomfort to the individual involved, a compound fracture can be particularly traumatic due to the….

    Broken ribs accident advice

    If you have suffered broken ribs as the result of an accident you may be entitled to claim compensation. However, before proceeding further you are strongly advised to seek broken ribs accident advice from an experienced legal professional. To be eligible for compensation you should not have been wholly responsible for the accident that led….

    How to claim broken bones compensation

    Fracturing a bone in your leg, arm or another part of your body is no laughing matter and in the case of serious fractures or fractures which don’t heal properly, you could be left with ongoing pain and other symptoms. Whether you have injured your leg in a factory accident or suffered a fractured wrist….

    How much compensation will you get for a broken bone?

    If you have broken a bone, the area around it will be painful, bruised and swollen. The first thing you must do is go to your local Accident and Emergency department. There, your bone will be X-rayed and placed into a cast or other support if appropriate. Perhaps you may require pain relief and antibiotics…..

    How much broken clavicle compensation could you claim?

    Your clavicle or collarbone allows your arm to move freely and protects vital nerves and blood vessels. However, you may fracture your clavicle if you fall on your outstretched arm or receive a direct blow to the bone. If you have suffered a broken clavicle you will be suffering from pain, swelling and restricted arm movement. Common….

    Broken heel bone

    A broken heel bone is painful. However, it is also very inconvenient. You cannot bear your own weight, you can’t drive, walk or move around easily. So if you have sustained a broken heel bone, you might be wondering if you are entitled to make a personal injury claim. Accident Advice Helpline may be able to find you the….

    How much compensation for broken limbs?

    If you’ve ever broken your arm or leg, you will know exactly how painful and inconvenient a broken limb can really be. Beyond the initial pain and discomfort, a broken arm or leg can have lasting knock-on effects like reduced ranges of motion and difficulty in completing what should be simple everyday tasks. It is for….

    How much compensation for bone fractures?

    You might be asking ‘How much compensation for bone fractures?’ if you’ve been in a non-fault accident Anyone who has suffered a broken arm or leg will not be shy in telling you just how painful and inconvenient an injury it can be. The initial pain is followed by a long spell of restricted ability….

    How much compensation for a simple fracture?

    How much compensation for a simple fracture? If you’ve been injured in an accident that wasn’t your fault then you might be wanting an answer to this question. This is a common question, but one which is difficult to answer. We could work out an estimated figure of what someone might get if their claim was successful,….

    Injury claim for a broken limb

    100% no-win, no-fee** injury claim for a broken limb If you have been involved in an accident within the last three years, you may have been left with a broken limb. As the victim of an accident someone else caused, you will want to know whether or not you are entitled to make a personal injury….

    Compensation for a broken leg

    When you have a broken leg because of the actions or negligence of someone else, one of the things that you will realise is how different your life will become. Here are some tips that will be useful to you when claiming compensation for a broken leg. The pain and suffering Anyone who has had….

    Broken talus injury claim

    Are you thinking about starting a broken talus injury claim? The talus (anklebone) forms an important connection between your leg and the foot. When this bone becomes broken, it can cause severe pain and suffering. The talus bone can become broken in a number of ways. You may break your talus when you: • Fall….

    Claiming compensation for broken bones

    Are you thinking about claiming compensation for broken bones? If you have suffered from broken bones as a result of any sort of accident that wasn’t your fault, you may be thinking about claiming compensation for broken bones. The injury might have been a result of a road traffic accident caused by a reckless driver, or an accident….

    Broken bones claim

    With 206 bones in our bodies, we run a reasonable risk of breaking one or more when we’re involved in an accident, particularly as we get older and our bones tend to become more brittle. When you break a bone, the pain of your initial injury may just be the start of your problems. Say for….

    Broken ankle compensation

    Have you broken your ankle in an accident at work? Maybe you were operating machinery which was faulty or not adequately maintained, or your injury came about because of faulty working practices. Whatever the situation, if you have sustained an injury then you should look into claiming broken ankle compensation. Perhaps you’ve suffered a broken ankle….

    Broken bones compensation

    Broken bones can be a common outcome of accidents at work, road traffic accidents, sporting accidents, trips, slips and falls and many other incidents. It’s a common misconception that there is a difference in severity between a break and a fracture. In fact, in medical terms, any sort of cracked, broken or crushed bone is….

    Claim for a broken ankle

    How do you claim for a broken ankle injury? If you have been involved in an accident whereby someone else was to blame, you may be entitled to claim for a broken ankle injury. Your accident will also need to have happened in the past three years (except in the case of minors), and have….

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