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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 : Other injury claims

    How to treat someone in shock

    ContentsWhy might someone go into shock in the first place?Did you experience shock as a result of sustaining injuries in an accident?We’ve all received a shock of some kind at some point in our lives. Yet this is very different from medical shock, which can be a serious condition. As such, it is a good….

    How to claim torn bicep compensation

    ContentsDoes this situation mean you have an opportunity to claim torn bicep compensation?Learning about torn bicep compensationYour bicep can be found in your arm, and it plays a very important role in how you can move your arm too. You may not realise how important it is until you do something to tear it. The….

    How to claim coccyx injury compensation

    The coccyx or tailbone is a triangular bone at the base of the spine, made up of three to five bony segments linked by ligaments and joints. Women are more prone to tailbone injuries than men, as the area is more exposed due to a wider pelvis. If you’ve suffered a coccyx injury, whether due….

    How to claim broken teeth compensation

    Have you ever broken a tooth? It can happen in all kinds of ways. Sometimes a tooth can be saved if you can take the tooth to a dentist in good time. In some instances you might be able to pop a clean tooth back in (although you should never do anything other than rinsing….

    Compensation for a comminuted fracture injury

    There are a number of different types of fractures, but one of the most painful and serious types of fracture is a comminuted fracture injury. With this type of fracture, the bone splinters, breaks or is crushed into a number of pieces, and the pain can be so great that it could cause shock and….

    Lacerations and scarring compensation claims

    The phrase ‘personal injury’ covers many different types of injuries, from broken bones to head injuries, but many people may not be aware that lacerations and scarring compensation claims can be legitimate as well. It can be very traumatic if your skin has been cut and scarred as the result of an accident, and these….

    Other injury claims

    There are some very common injuries that are the result of accidents. Broken bones, cuts and abrasions all happen frequently, but the most common of all is whiplash. The same basic rules apply to personal injury claims whether it is for one of these more common injuries or something a bit more unusual. You may….

    How to treat sunstroke

    Sunstroke can be a serious, life-threatening condition if action is not taken at the first signs of it appearing. If somebody is suffering from heatstroke or sunstroke, it’s important to know what to do. How to treat sunstroke will depend on how serious the symptoms seem to be but you should always call for emergency….

    Types of bone fractures

    Generally speaking, fractures occur when one of the body’s 200-plus bones has had too much pressure applied to it, most often during an accident or fall. In all cases, the end result is a fully or partly broken bone. If the accident is severe, causing a particularly nasty break, it’s possible for the bone to….

    Brachial plexus injury

    A personal injury lawyer will have to deal with a whole range of injuries and one of these is a brachial plexus injury. The brachial plexus is actually a network of nerves that transmit signals from the spine to the shoulder, arm, and hand. If these nerves have been damaged then you are said to….

    Have you been hurt or suffered pain?

    Have you been hurt or suffered pain? If you’ve been hurt or suffered pain because of someone else, you may be pleased to know that you could obtain compensation for the harm you’ve suffered. However, in order to make a successful compensation you and your personal injury lawyers will need to show that you weren’t….

    How to work out a quantum personal injury

    ContentsTypes of injury that might lead to a quantum personal injury claimHow much compensation might you receive if your claim is successful?Assessing other factorsWhat about claims made by relatives of those who were killed in accidents?Call now for more information about quantum personal injury and associated claimsMost people have heard of personal injury claims. But….

    Claiming for a broken collar bone

    If you have broken your collar bone, it is possible that you may be compensated for this fracture under the following conditions: The accident in which your injury was caused was the fault of someone else. You had medical treatment for your injury The accident happened within the last three years If you meet the above conditions then you….

    How much compensation for a torn ligament?

    When someone is seeking compensation for a torn ligament, ‘how much will I get?’, is one of the questions that they will ask their solicitor. But what a lot of people don’t know is that there are different answers to the question based on the facts of the case. Below are some of the factors….

    Compensation for fractured vertebrae

    ContentsWhat are the main causes of vertebral fractures?What are vertebrae exactly?What are the symptoms of a vertebral fracture?How is a vertebral fracture treated?How soon can I get back to work?How much compensation for fractured vertebrae is normal?The back is made up of many bones called vertebrae, and if you suffer a fractured vertebrae, the consequences….

    Fibula fracture healing time

    The fibula is the thinner of the two connected calf bones and runs parallel to the tibia from knee to ankle. Despite being the slenderest of the long limb bones in humans, it is still crucial for simple movements like walking, running and jumping. As such, any fracture of the fibula can cause a drastic….

    Arthritis claims

    ContentsArthritis claims and likely compensation amountsFurther information about arthritis claimsArthritis claims and likely compensation amounts Arthritis claims refer to osteoarthritis caused by particular types of workplace activities such as mining. The condition occurs over several years of performing the same activity in the workplace. Arthritis can be a debilitating condition and can significantly damage your….

    Benign pleural effusion claim

    Making a benign pleural effusion claim – some FAQs Q:  What is benign pleural effusion? Benign pleural effusion is not in itself a disease. It is not always possible to ascertain the exact cause of benign pleural effusion; however it can be a result of many conditions including kidney or heart failure, bacterial, fungal and….

    Minor injuries

    Being off work for even a relatively short period of time – just a few weeks – can be frustrating. Especially when you’ve picked up a minor hand or leg injury in an accident at work or at pleasure which was of someone else’s doing. The boredom aside, you’re losing income. You can’t do what you were….

    Cruciate ligament injury

    What is a cruciate ligament injury? The cruciate ligaments can be found in the knee. There are two in each – one in the back (posterior) and one in the front (anterior). The most common cruciate ligament injury is to the anterior ligament, often happening during a sporting activity or a fall. A cruciate ligament….

    Soft tissue injury

    What is a soft tissue injury? A soft tissue injury typically refers to muscle, ligament and tendon injuries which may have happened as a result of a sprain, strain, or any other accident. These injury types can range from minor to severe, with differing strategies for treatment and recovery which may impact upon your life….

    Tendonitis claim

    ContentsMaking a tendonitis claimDefinition of tendonitisWhat are the symptoms of tendonitis?Causes of tendonitisHow can I prove I have a valid tendonitis claim?Start your tendonitis claim today through Accident Advice HelplineMaking a tendonitis claim Every year thousands of people become unfortunate victims of illness or injury caused by the job that they do. Many choose to….

    ACL injury

    An ACL injury is a short way of describing an anterior cruciate ligament injury. The ACL is located around the knee area of the leg. Ligaments are a piece of fibrous tissue that attaches bones to other bones. Without them our skeletons would just fall apart! This injury is a typical sporting injury as it….


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