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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 : Lower body injuries

    Types of bone fractures: Simple fracture


    The term ‘simple fracture’ describes a bone fracture that is closed. In other words, the bone is broken, but has not pierced the skin. Unlike open, or compound fractures, which consist of fractures that have pierced the skin or can be detected within open wounds, simple fractures are usually not associated with bleeding or inflammation…..

    Sprain accident claim


    If you have grounds for submitting a sprain accident claim, it is important to find the right kind of personal injury lawyer in order to make the process as quick, efficient and successful as possible. Did your sprain happen at work or in a public place? Was it caused by something beyond your control, for….

    Sprain injury advice


    If you sprain yourself at work or in a public place, we recommend seeking sprain injury advice, especially if you are considering making a claim for personal injury compensation. While all sprains are painful, they vary widely in their severity and consequences, and as a result, the compensation you may be eligible to claim for….

    How to treat twists and sprains


    A twist or sprain is where the ligament of a joint (the strong, fibrous tissue that connects bones to joints) is stretched too far, causing some of its fibres to tear. Twists and sprains are very common and can happen in the normal course of everyday life as well as when enjoying sporting activities. What….

    Lower body injuries


    Lower body injuries could include injuries to your feet, legs, hips, ankles, lower back or spine, and these types of injuries are often the result of a slip, trip or fall or a road traffic accident, although you could also be injured whilst taking part in sporting activities or in an accident at work. Activities….

    I lost my leg above the knee, how much compensation?


    Amputation is the removal of a part, or part of a part, of the body by surgery or trauma. Although traumatic amputations are rare (30,000 traumatic amputations occur in the USA every year), they can occur in high-speed road traffic accidents or industrial accidents. If you have sustained severe limb injuries in an accident, then….



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