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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 : Internal injury claims

    How to claim campylobacter compensation

    Campylobacter is the most common cause of food poisoning in the UK, thought to be responsible for over 280,000 cases of food poisoning a year. Mostly found in contaminated poultry, campylobacter bacteria can also be found in unpasteurised milk and red meat. A survey carried out between 2007 and 2008 revealed that campylobacter was present….

    Compensation for a collapsed lung

    ContentsComplications of lung injuriesYour choice, your futureA collapsed lung, also known as pneumothorax, is a serious, life-threatening injury which usually occurs after a blunt trauma. Other injuries such as broken or cracked ribs could lead to a collapsed or punctured lung, or you could suffer a collapsed lung after a road traffic accident, physical assault….

    How to claim punctured lung compensation

    ContentsWhat happens after my accident?Why should you claim?If you have been involved in a car accident or sustained crush injuries, you may end up with a punctured lung. Also known as pneumothorax, where gas or air collects in the chest and causes lung collapse, a punctured lung is common when ribs are fractured, as the….

    Kidney damage injury claim

    ContentsCauses and symptoms of kidney damageClaim eligibilityHow is compensation calculated?We can help youA kidney damage injury claim is usually made as the result of another person’s carelessness or irresponsibility. The kidneys are vital organs in the body and their main function is to assist in the production of urine. They filter the blood, control body….

    How to claim shigella compensation

    Shigella is a type of bacteria which causes shigellosis or bacterial dysentery, the most common type of dysentery in the UK. It’s highly contagious and can be spread amongst people in close contact, such as families, or those in nurseries or schools. Shigella causes an infection of the intestine which leads to a range of….

    Legionnaires’ disease accident claim

    Accident Advice Helpline can help you with your Legionnaires’ disease accident claim. Call us today to find out how much you may be entitled to claim. In the past, high costs with no guarantee of success meant that most people would be unlikely to make a personal injury claim, regardless of much their accident had cost….

    Compensation for a torn spleen

    A torn or ruptured spleen can be a life-threatening injury as it could lead to severe bleeding. A torn spleen is usually caused by a forceful blow – for example, being hit by a car, being involved in a collision or even a fall from height. If you’ve suffered a torn spleen, the aftermath of….

    Compensation for bruised kidneys

    ContentsBruised kidney symptomsNo win, no fee***We rely on our kidneys to filter waste and toxins from our blood, and a kidney injury can be very painful, although it is usually not serious. Bruised kidneys are usually the result of a heavy impact to the lower back – they’re commonly seen in car accident patients or….

    How to claim gastroenteritis compensation

    Outbreaks of gastroenteritis are common in the UK and can lead to the development of symptoms such as diarrhoea and vomiting. Whilst usually not serious, it may be that you need to be hospitalised after contacting gastroenteritis, if you are severely dehydrated. The condition spreads quickly, and a lack of general hygiene could easily lead….

    Where to get slipped disc compensation advice

    A slipped disc is usually the result of a slip, trip or fall. Discs sit between the spinal vertebrae and if one of these becomes displaced or protrudes, it can lead to severe back pain. But how did your accident happen? If you believe somebody else was at fault, you could get slipped disc compensation….

    How to claim abdominal injury compensation

    Have you suffered an abdominal injury either at work, in a road traffic accident or in a public place? Abdominal injuries can cover a range of injuries affecting the abdominal area and your internal organs, and serious injuries could be life-changing. The good news is that if you’ve suffered this type of injury and somebody….

    Anaphylaxis accident claim

    Anaphylaxis is a very severe allergic reaction which can, in extreme cases, result in death. If you have suffered from this condition you may want to make an anaphylaxis accident claim. Where can I seek help in making a claim? Making an anaphylaxis accident claim is a legal process, so it is best to contact….

    How to claim kidney injury compensation

    Kidney injuries have the potential to be life-threatening and there are a number of different types of accidents which have the potential to cause kidney injuries, including road traffic accidents (RTAs) and falls. If you’ve suffered a minor injury to your kidney or even a more severe injury requiring treatment in hospital, it’s worth finding….

    How to claim slipped disc compensation

    A slipped disc, also known as a prolapsed or herniated disc, happens when the discs that sit between the bones of the spine become damaged and press on nerves. This can cause back and neck pain as well as numbness or tingling in other body parts. A slipped disc can even affect the sciatic nerve,….

    Compensation for injuries to internal organs

    Although your internal organs are protected by layers of skin and tissue, there’s still a significant risk of injury if you are involved in an accident. Organs such as the kidneys, lungs and spleen can be injured by blunt force trauma – for example after a car accident or a fall from height – and….

    Average healing time for a hernia

    A hernia can occur when part of the body pushes its way through a section of muscle that is not as strong as it could be. There are various types of hernia that can potentially occur, although inguinal hernias in the abdomen are the most common of all those that exist. In some cases, they….

    How to claim botulism compensation

    If you’ve ever had the misfortune to be struck down by food poisoning, you’ll know that it often strikes when you least expect it, and it can have some pretty unpleasant symptoms – you’re going to want to take a few days off work and remain as close to the bathroom as possible. But botulism….

    Where to get punctured lung compensation advice

    A punctured lung is a serious injury that typically occurs when a rib is broken and punctures the lung nearest to it. In rare cases, it might also happen if someone suffers a puncture injury of some sort. Imagine a pedestrian who is struck by a car and is crushed against some railings, where one….

    Where to get listeria compensation advice

    Listeria is a bacteria which is found in water, soil and some foods such as processed meat and pate, unpasteurised dairy products, refrigerated smoked seafood and even raw sprouts. It’s an unusual bacteria in that it can survive very cold temperatures, even refrigeration, but it’s killed by cooking. If you suffer listeriosis after eating food….

    How to claim body laceration compensation

    A laceration is the official word for a cut. A cut can range from quite a small affair to something far more serious that could even be a threat to life. For example, a cut may just damage the skin if it is a fairly minor one. However there are times when cuts can be….

    Legionnaires’ disease injury advice

    Call personal injury specialists at Accident Advice Helpline for Legionnaires’ disease injury advice and information on how we can help you with a compensation claim. Legionnaires’ disease is a form of pneumonia caused by Legionella bacteria. Symptoms are usually mild to start with and may include a headache and muscle pain. As the disease progresses,….

    How to claim spondylolysis compensation

    Spondylolysis is a condition that develops when one of the vertebrae in the spine is damaged. The defect tends to be present in the lower back, but it can happen in the upper spine in uncommon cases as well. Some people are more prone than others to developing spondylolysis. While some sports may see professionals….

    Kidney damage advice

    If you have suffered kidney damage as a result of someone else’s negligence and you need to find out whether you are able to make a compensation claim, call Accident Advice Helpline. Our 24-hour free legal helpline is staffed with trained professionals that will give you the best kidney damage advice. Symptoms of kidney damage….

    Internal injury claims

    Internal injuries can be very serious, and if they occur following another individual’s negligence, they can eventually lead to internal injury claims, too. Internal injuries are potentially dangerous because they may leave no visible marks externally, and yet a person’s life could be jeopardised because of something that is happening inside their body. The individual….

    Treating an internal injury

    Do you have questions about treating an internal injury? Have you suffered an internal injury through someone else’s fault? If you need to make a compensation claim for your internal injury, we can support your claim today. How do internal injuries occur? Internal injuries can occur in many ways, particularly as a result of an….

    Claiming for an internal injury

    Being injured in an accident is not as simple as waiting for the bruises to heal. When you are injured through someone else’s negligence, carelessness or dangerous actions, the injury is not just physical. The mental and emotional trauma of your accident can last longer than the physical injury and yet this is so often….

    The cost of claiming for an internal injury

    Are you considering making a compensation claim following your accident and internal injury? Are you concerned about what you perceive to be the cost of claiming for an internal injury? Would you like a way to make a successful claim without putting your own finances on the line? Then Accident Advice Helpline can support you…..

    How you could develop an internal injury

    Have you suffered an accident and are you wondering how you could develop an internal injury? This article will look at internal injuries and answer the following questions: How you could develop an internal injury in an accident What treatment is needed for an internal injury How to make a claim for an internal injury….

    The long term effects of an internal injury

    The long term effects of an internal injury can be significant. But if your internal injury was incurred in an accident caused by someone else, the long term effects may not be purely physical. The long term effects of an internal injury caused in an accident The immediate impact of an internal injury can be….

    Internal injury

    Have you suffered an accident that was not your fault? Do you think that you might be showing the symptoms of an internal injury? If you are thinking about claiming for an internal injury, talk to us at Accident Advice Helpline. We have been fighting compensation claims like yours for more than 15 years and….

    The symptoms of an internal injury

    Have you suffered an internal injury in an accident? Are you concerned about the extent of your injury and are you looking for information about the symptoms of an internal injury? This article will discuss the symptoms of an internal injury, treatment for an internal injury and making a compensation claim if you were not….

    Reperfusion injury

    A reperfusion injury often occurs when there is a lack of blood supply, causing tissue damage. This can occur in a number of different situations, and the effects can often be very serious. When you have been impacted by such a situation, seek out a doctor. Sometimes, a reperfusion injury can take place due to….

    Open comminuted fracture of the tibia and fibula

    Have you suffered an injury? Are you making a claim for an open comminuted fracture of the tibia and fibula? If you, have suffered an open comminuted fracture of the tibia and fibula in an accident that wasn’t your faultyou may be interested in making a claim for compensation. However, before you do, it’s important….

    Medial meniscal tear

    Help for your medial meniscal tear Have you suffered an injury to your knee that has resulted in a medial meniscal tear? Our sympathies. This type of injury can be very debilitating. It can result in pain and swelling. You may have the feeling that your knee is about to give way. It may be….

    Claiming for a serious kidney accident

    Have you had a serious kidney accident resulting from someone else’s negligence or poor judgement? Did you know you may be eligible for personal injury compensation? Claiming for a serious kidney accident can be straightforward and is a vital step in gaining the support you deserve whilst you suffer from an injury that was not your….

    Severed nerve symptoms

    What is nerve injury? Nerves are the soft tissue that send signals from the body to the brain and communicate the sensations we feel. They are like the body’s “wiring system”.  The nerves themselves can be compard to wires, and a tube of insulation covers them. Nerves are fragile and if they are stretched, strained,….

    Pleural thickening and pain

    How to find out if you might be entitled to compensation for pleural thickening and pain Pleural thickening is when the pleural membrane which covers the lungs is thickened and swollen through scarring from asbestos fibres. It usually develops from heavy asbestos exposure. Unfortunately, even though asbestos was recognised as an occupational health hazard in….

    Anterior cruciate ligament injury

    The anterior cruciate ligament is found in the front of the knee and its primary purpose is to maintain stability. Like all ligaments, it is susceptible to tears and ruptures, which cause considerable pain and swelling. What are the main causes of anterior cruciate ligament injuries? Most anterior cruciate ligament injuries happen during sports activities…..

    Serious kidney accident

    Are you suffering following the consequences of a serious kidney accident? Accidents happen in many different places and in a multitude of ways .You might be walking along the street and planning what a great evening of activity you have ahead and then everything changes. Accidents that happen in adulthood can have devastating affects. as….

    Cerebrovascular accident

    Strokes are the third highest cause of death in the UK. A stroke, otherwise known as a cerebrovascular accident, impacts on 150,000 people in the UK. Stroke is brain damage caused by a blocked blood vessel or bleeding in the brain. The signs of a stroke may include weakness, numbness, blurred vision, confusion, and slurred….

    Acute kidney injury

    A footballer’s misplaced boot, a torso injury in a car crash, a riding accident or even a fall from height can lead to serious injuries in the stomach and back. Even the careless slip of the surgeon’s knife in a renal operation to cure high blood pressure can have dire consequences for the patient. Surprisingly,….

    Injured achilles tendon

    Our ankles bear the weight of our entire bodies, and are therefore very susceptible to injuries. The Achilles tendon is a long tendon at the back of the ankle which attaches the three calf muscles to the heel. We often hear the Achilles referred to as a person’s weakest spot, and with good reason. Suffering….

    Pleural plaques claim

    Pleural plaques claim explained If you have been exposed to asbestos in the past over a sustained period of time, you are more likely to contract an asbestos-related disease, the symptoms of which can take 15 to 30 years to become apparent.  It may be that you have been told that you have pleural plaques….

    Achilles tendon injury

    The Achilles tendon is located at the back of the ankle and attaches the calf muscles to the heel. It is the largest tendon in the human body and can usually withstand forces of up to 6-8 times bodyweight. An Achilles tendon injury frequently occurs while playing sport, but it can be injured in other….

    Aggravated injury claim

    Many people have injuries to their backs each and every year. These kinds of accidents and injuries vary from very mild to very devastating. There are different ways that someone could sustain an injury to their back. Below you are going to find some of the most common ways that people injure their backs and….

    Kidney injury

    A kidney injury can be life threatening We rely on our kidneys to filter toxins from our body and if our kidneys fail for one reason or another then urgent medical intervention is necessary. Most people will have experienced a kidney infection at some time in their lives. It’s painful and debilitating. If you’ve been….

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