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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

    Compensation for broken limb injuries


    Most of us know somebody who has broken a limb at one point or another, but broken limb injuries can actually be a lot more serious than they first sound. Whilst you could be lucky enough to suffer a fractured leg which heals perfectly, you may suffer complications and your mobility could be affected. This….

    Types of bone fracture: Comminuted fracture


    In this article, Accident Advice Helpline takes an in-depth look at the type of bone fracture known as a comminuted fracture. What is a comminuted fracture? There are many types of fracture and the different categories usually refer to how the bone has broken. A comminuted fracture belongs to the type of fracture known as….

    Bone fracture treatment: Open reduction surgery


    Whatever the cause of a bone fracture, be it accidents at work, public slips trips and falls, or a road traffic accident, it is likely to be a painful experience with a lengthy recovery period. Personal injuries that result in bone fractures often require something called open reduction (and internal fixation) surgery. So, what is….

    Bone fracture treatment: Immobilization


    Slips, trips and falls – the number one cause of bone fractures. From severe falls at work and little slips in public places, wherever and however you have been injured, a bone fracture is likely to cause you immense amounts of pain and considerable inconvenience resulting in the need for immobilization. While all bone fractures….

    Bone fracture symptoms: Swelling


    Fractures are sometimes accompanied by swelling. Depending on the severity of the fracture, this swelling may be quite extensive and extremely painful. It is typically caused by bleeding from the broken bone and tissue surrounding it, and usually reduces over a period of two to three weeks. Slips, trips and falls may cause swelling Often….

    Bone fracture symptoms: Inability to support weight


    Bone fractures have a variety of symptoms, from pain and swelling to bruising, potential deformities, and the inability to support weight with the affected limb. This latter symptom often results in the injured party being unable to work or go about their normal daily business. Slips, trips or falls may cause a bone fracture In….

    Bone fracture symptoms: Severe pain


    Following slips, trips and falls, the damage that has been done isn’t always obvious straight away. Whether you have been injured at work or have experienced an accident in public, being aware of the symptoms of bone fracture and taking the time to check over your injury and monitoring its progress will help determine if….

    Bone fracture symptoms: Limb deformity


    It’s so easily done – slips, trips and falls and other simple accidents are often the cause of bone fractures. Regardless of the severity of the injury you sustain, bone fractures are almost always extremely painful, yet in some cases recognising you have incurred one can be a little difficult. Recognising fracture symptoms, like limb….


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