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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

    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,….

    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 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….

    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….

    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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