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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 : Wrist injury claim

    Can I claim for tendonitis?

    ContentsWhat is tendonitis?What are the symptoms of tendonitis?Treatment for tendonitisWhich occupations are most at risk of tendonitis?How long does it take to recover from tendonitis?Claiming compensation for tendonitis at workHow Accident Advice Helpline can help you claim for tendonitisHere at Accident Advice Helpline, we often get asked if it is possible to claim personal injury….

    A wrist injury after a fall on an outstretched hand

    Suffering a wrist injury after a fall on an outstretched hand is not exactly uncommon. When you think about it, any fall you have could lead to such an injury. It’s pure instinct to try and plant your hands out in front of you – you want to try and protect your face and head,….

    Compensation for pavement fall wrist injuries

    When you trip or fall on a pavement, it’s common to put your hand out to brace yourself against the fall, but unfortunately this can lead to pavement fall wrist injuries. A wrist injury can range from a minor sprain to a severe sprain or even a scaphoid fracture and more severe injuries could mean….

    Average healing time for a broken wrist

    If you have broken your wrist, you’ll generally find that the average healing time for a broken wrist is around 6 to 8 weeks, less for children. A wrist fracture is commonly caused by falling onto an outstretched hand – it’s our natural instinct to put our arms out to protect ourselves. But you could….

    The symptoms of a broken wrist

    Wrist fractures are the most common type, making up around 25% of all limb fractures. If your wrist is injured in an accident you may or may not know if it has been broken. If you are looking to make a claim for it then it helps to know what those symptoms are and how….

    Wrist injury claim

    Most of us never think too much about our wrists, but they have a vital job to do in helping us move our hands and complete various tasks. There are lots of things we couldn’t do if we injured one of our wrists, but we only find that out once the injury occurs. Not all….

    Treating a wrist injury

    Treating a wrist injury in the aftermath of an accident If you have been injured in an accident that wasn’t your fault then you will need medical assistance. This is especially the case when it comes to treating a wrist injury which could be much more serious that first thought. While sometimes it might be….

    How you could develop a wrist injury

    How you could develop a wrist injury during an accident There are thousands of people annually in Britain who suffer injuries through no fault of their own and end up needing medical attention as a result. These injuries, just like the accidents that cause them, are many in number and how you could develop a….

    What compensation can I expect for a broken wrist?

    If you’ve been asking yourself ‘What compensation can I expect for a broken wrist?’, then you’ve come to the right place. At Accident Advice Helpline, we can help you to claim compensation for all kinds of accidents, and we have a very simple way to tell you just how much you might be able to….

    Symptoms following broken wrist

    The definition of a broken wrist is a break in one or more of the bones in the wrist. The wrist is made up of the two bones in the forearm called the radius and the ulna. Also included are eight carpal bones. These carpal bones are situated between the base of the fingers and….

    Broken wrist workers compensation claim

    Make a broken wrist workers compensation claim with Accident Advice Helpline If you have a broken wrist from an accident at work then you have to report the injury to your employer and you may be eligible for workers compensation depending on various factors. Even if you do not work in an environment that is….

    Broken wrist recovery time

    Broken wrist recovery time varies depending on many factors The time taken for a broken wrist to recover will vary depending on a number of factors including the age of the patient, severity of the break or fracture and other health issues. It is not uncommon for a broken wrist to take up to a….

    Broken Wrist Insurance Claim

    My broken wrist insurance claim was not successful, what can I do? A broken wrist can take a long time to heal and requires a very careful recovery, young children can heal a broken wrist in less than three weeks but older people may require over six weeks to heal their injury. Often a plaster….

    Broken wrist bones

    How can broken wrist bones affect me? Breaking your wrist bones is a very common injury: for people under the age of 65, wrist bones are the most common bones that are broken (after 65, the hip bone is the most common one that is broken). This can be seen in the statistic that around….

    Bone fracture above the wrist

    Accident Advice Helpline deals with many types of injuries involving the arm. They help people who have been hurt in accidents that were not their fault to claim compensation from the person who was at fault for the accident. If the accident was a road traffic accident then this could be a driver of another….

    Broken wrist pain

    With any kind of break, there is going to be lasting pain as the bone grows and fuses again, and broken wrist pain is no different. Different types and strengths of pain medication may be needed in order to keep the pain down, at least until the bone is properly mended again. There’s almost a….

    Injury Insurance for Broken Wrist

    Walking and taking hiking around your local town is a wonderful way of enjoying where you live and taking in the sights. However, if you are not careful, you could sustain a nasty injury, such as a broken wrist. Unfortunately, in some cases, no matter how careful you may be, it is others who will….

    How much can I claim for a broken wrist?

    ContentsWill you need surgery?Symptoms of a broken wrist and treatment optionsHow do wrist fractures happen?Average compensation payout amounts for broken wrist injuriesWhat’s the prognosis for a wrist fracture?Making a claim for a wrist fractureA broken wrist can be swollen, bruised and painful, often the result of a slip or trip and falling onto an outstretched….

    How much compensation could I get for a broken wrist?

    ContentsHow do you know if you have fractured your wrist?How long does it take to recover from a broken wrist?What if the accident happened at work?Claiming for a broken wristDid you arrive on our website because you wanted to know ‘how much compensation could I get for a broken wrist?’ If so, we may be….

    Compensation for a broken wrist and arthritis

    Are you thinking of claiming compensation for a broken wrist and arthritis after a no-fault accident? A broken wrist is extremely painful, and can easily lead to arthritis. The ongoing pain and discomfort can also be difficult to tolerate, particularly if it has been caused by the negligence of someone else. How to know if….

    Average payout for a broken wrist

    What’s the average payout for a broken wrist? Slips, trips and falls in public places or at work can have serious repercussions. Sprains and broken wrists are common consequences of falls; such injuries can be painful and can also impair your ability to work, as well as to perform basic everyday tasks such as cooking,….

    Damaged wrist

    You may have a damaged wrist after an accident in which you were involved that was not your fault. As long as the accident occurred within the last three years, you might have grounds to make a personal injury compensation claim. Falls If you trip, your natural reaction is to put your hands out to break your….

    Wrist injury

    The wrist is made up of eight small bones and two larger bones that are surrounded by a network of tendons, nerves, muscles and ligaments. It is a very flexible but stable joint, giving a wide range of motion to the hand. Unfortunately, the wrist can be prone to injuries such as sprains and fractures,….

    Claiming for a wrist injury

    Are you thinking about claiming for a wrist injury after being involved in an accident that was not your fault? If so, you’ll be delighted to hear that you have come to the right place. We’re the experts in claiming compensation for personal injuries, and we want to make sure that you have all the….

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