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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 : Hip injury claim

    Where to get hip injury compensation advice


    Hip injuries can be problematic, and can range from bruising and general discomfort to the complete inability to move it, which can result from a broken hip. It is also possible to damage, overstretch or even tear the muscles and tendons that are found in this part of the body. When an accident leads to….

    How to claim broken hip compensation


    A hip fracture is actually a fracture of the thigh bone or femur, but it occurs right up at the neck of that particular bone. It is a serious fracture and one that requires urgent medical attention. Indeed, the NHS website recommends you should call 999 if you suspect you have suffered an injury of….

    Compensation for a broken hip from a fall


    One of the most common injuries to affect elderly people when they fall is a broken hip. As we age, our bones get more brittle, putting us at increased risk of fractures. Suffering a broken hip from a fall is a serious injury which can be life-threatening, and being hospitalised after suffering a hip fracture….

    How to claim hip injury compensation


    Your hips or pelvis connect your legs to your upper body and allow your legs to move freely in their sockets. Any hip injuries can lead to pain and disability, which in some cases could be permanent. Accident Advice Helpline has handled claims for hip injury compensation after accidents at work or road traffic accidents….

    Hip Replacements and Clinical Negligence Claims


    In England and Wales alone, there are around 160,000 hip replacements done by the NHS each year. The hip joint is a particularly fragile one, and prone to wear and tear over time as well as to arthritis damage. Hip replacement was the first type of joint replacement surgery to be done, back in the….

    Who’s to blame for my hip injury?


    Hip injuries have the potential to be serious, affecting your mobility and your ability to work. Whilst older people are more likely to suffer a hip injury after a slip, trip or fall, there’s the potential for anybody of any age to suffer a hip injury. But if you find yourself wondering “Who’s to blame….

    How to make hip injury claims


    Our hips are responsible for helping us with our day-to-day movement. A hip injury can limit or stop us from walking and can be incredibly painful. Hip injuries can occur on their own through ageing, arthritis or wear and tear from excessive exercise. However, some hip injuries are happening following accidents which have caused victims….

    Advice on claiming for hip injuries


    Hip injuries can occur in a wide variety of situations. The simplest injury would be to suffer cuts and bruising, perhaps from a fall of some kind. However, in other cases, people have suffered a fractured pelvis and have needed surgery to stabilise the fracture. In order to determine whether claiming for hip injuries could….

    Average healing time for a hip fracture


    A hip fracture is defined as being a fracture in the very uppermost section of the thigh bone. This is close to where the top of that bone sits in the actual hip joint itself. The average healing time for a hip fracture will depend on the severity of the fracture. It will also depend….

    Compensation for hip injuries from a fall


    Older people are more at risk than the young of suffering hip injuries from a fall, and injuries to the hip can be incredibly serious for elderly people. There are two main types of hip fracture: Femoral neck fracture – this is common amongst older adults and involves a fracture around 1 to 2 inches….

    How are hip injuries usually caused?


    Most hip injuries are caused by a labral tear, which is when the cartilage surrounding your hip joint is damaged, or can also be caused by back pain, hip fracture, muscle strain or snapping hip syndrome – the most common reason for hip injury is usually a slip, trip or fall. Fractured hips can take….

    How you could develop a hip injury


    Are you wondering how you could develop a hip injury? Accident Advice Helpline, being a legal firm specialising in personal injury compensation, get to hear quite a lot about different accident injuries. A very common injury we hear about is to the hip. If you’ve had an accident that wasn’t your fault and want to know….

    Treating a hip injury


    Medical attention for treating a hip injury The hip is a powerful joint and plays an important role in weight bearing and locomotion. That’s walking, running, climbing stairs, bending and numerous other bodily actions. It’s important to treat hip injuries as early as possible before they develop into something more serious. Joint damage, for example,….

    The long term effects of a hip injury


    Are you worrying about the long term effects of a hip injury? Perhaps the recovery from your accident is taking longer than you thought. A hip injury makes life difficult in every respect. If it means you can’t walk then you might be spending a lot of time in a wheelchair or on the sofa…..

    Claiming for a hip injury


    Should you be claiming for a hip injury? You might be surprised to learn that victims hurt in an accident caused by someone else are legally entitled to personal injury compensation. You might be even more surprised to hear that only 3 out of 10 people entitled to financial recompense ever bother to claim it!….

    The cost of claiming for a hip injury


    The cost of claiming for a hip injury needn’t worry you It’s not unusual to be put off making a compensation claim by the cost of claiming for a hip injury. Most people steer clear of getting legal advice because it’s often so expensive. An accident is usually an expensive business on its own, particularly….

    Torn cartilage in the hip


    The acetabular labrum is a ring of cartilage around the hip socket. It helps to keep the head of your thigh bone inside of your hip socket, facilitating the normal functioning of your hip joint. Although the acetabular labrum helps to cushion your bones, it is highly susceptible to injuries. The causes of acetabular labrum….

    Personal injury hip average compensation


    One of the first things we’re asked at Accident Advice Helpline is about the level of compensation our clients can expect. This article will look at some of the ways in which we calculate compensation by taking a look at a real life example. It could be any kind of injury we’d look at here,….

    Metal on metal hip


    Suffered a hip injury and need a metal on metal hip replacement? Find out how much you could claim If you have experienced a metal on metal hip issue you may be asking yourself “how much compensation could I be entitled to?” Well, because there are certain types of personal injury claims which are way….

    How much compensation for a broken hip?


    Are you laid up in hospital and wondering how much compensation for a broken hip? If you’ve had a fall while out shopping and suffered a fracture then you might be wondering how much compensation for a broken hip. Perhaps you slipped on a spillage on a shop floor or tripped over unmarked road works…..

    Hip pain


    Are you suffering from hip pain? If you are then you will not need telling that hip pain and hip injuries are some of the most painful and frustrating conditions that can befall anybody. One of the major reasons that hip pain is so difficult to deal with, beside the physical pain itself, is the….

    Hip bursitis


    Hip bursitis is a relatively common condition that can result in a great deal of pain in the hip area, when the sufferer attempts any form of movement. The cause of hip bursitis is the inflammation of a fluid sac known as a Bursa which lies between the bone of the hip joint and the….

    A hip injury in the UK


    If you have suffered a hip injury in the UK, the law states that you are entitled to seek compensation if the injury wasn’t your fault and instead someone else was to blame. The reason that for this legal provision is threefold. Firstly, the award of compensation offers some form of recompense for the physical….

    Hip replacement injury


    Have you suffered a hip replacement injury? If you have suffered from a hip injury, the law states that you could be entitled to compensation if the hip injury wasn’t your own fault. This is the case as compensation is the way in which you can gain recompense for the physical, emotional and financial pain….

    Hip fracture


    Have you suffered a hip fracture? It is a common misconception, or an urban myth if you will, that a hip fracture is something that can only befall an elderly person and that it does not happen to the young. Unfortunately, this is not the case and as anyone who has suffered a hip fracture….

    The symptoms of a hip injury


    The symptoms of a hip injury can have a real impact on your life, and leave you feeling stressed out and worried about the future. If you have sustained such an injury through an accident that was not your fault, then we want to make sure that you get the advice and support you need…..

    Hip injury claims


    The hip joint is one of the most flexible joints in the body and it allows us to stand, walk and run. Therefore, when it is damaged, it can cause a loss of mobility and independence as well as physical pain. Even an otherwise healthy person can sustain an injury to the hip joint, if….

    Hip bone injury


    Have you had a hip bone injury? You may think that a hip bone injury isn’t something that you need to deal with until you are in your old age, but the fact is that a hip bone injury can be a relatively common result of a road traffic incident, slip, trip or fall suffered….

    Hip injury


    Hip injury claims There are certain types of personal injury claims which are far more common than others and one of these is undoubtedly hip injury claims. The reason that hip injury claims are more common is not necessarily because hip injuries happen more often, but instead is because hip injuries can cause so much….

    Non-fault hip injury claim


    Hips are an especially delicate and sensitive part of the body, which we use almost every time we move. This means that they are especially injury-prone, more so as we get older, and injuries to the hip can be exceedingly painful and incapacitating, as well as taking a long time to heal. Hip injury compensation….


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