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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 : Jaw injury claims

    How to claim broken jaw compensation


    A broken jaw can be a very painful injury to suffer. This occurs when either the bottom part of the jaw or the upper part is broken because of a hit to the jaw. You might also hear this injury referred to properly as a mandibular fracture. An injury of this type can happen in….

    How to make lost teeth claims


    You can tell a lot about a person by their smile and while some of us have a naturally beautiful smile, others have had to endure braces and dental work to get the same effect. For many of us keeping a nice smile means brushing and flossing regularly and making sure we visit a dentist….

    How to claim fractured jaw compensation


    Think of a fracture and you probably think of a fractured finger, arm or leg, or even a toe. The jaw is probably one of the last bones in the body you’d think of, and yet you can fracture this just as easily as you could any other bone in your body. People sometimes fracture….

    Where to get broken jaw compensation advice


    Suffering from a broken jaw isn’t something any of us would want to go through. It’s a painful injury, liable to lead to swelling and difficulty in eating, and in some cases surgery may be required in order to ensure it heals properly. There are all kinds of ways you might incur an injury of….

    Average healing time for a dislocated jaw


    Make no mistake – dislocating your jaw is very painful and you must seek medical attention immediately in order to make sure you can resolve the injury as quickly as possible. Even with expert treatment, the average healing time for a dislocated jaw tends to be around six weeks. In this period of time, it….

    Claiming compensation for whiplash jaw pain


    Some symptoms of whiplash are better-known than others. Neck pain and stiffness in that area are among the most familiar of all. But have you heard of whiplash jaw pain? Maybe you’ve experienced it first-hand, and you want to know whether you could claim any compensation because you experienced it. An accident happens in a….

    How to claim jaw injury compensation


    The jaw is one of those parts of the body we really do take for granted. We use it every day – it moves to allow us to speak and to eat, and even to yawn. We never really think too much about it unless something happens that causes us to break or fracture it…..

    How to make broken jaw claims


    If you have suffered a crack, dislocation or break in your jaw you will know it is a painful injury requiring immediate medical attention. Your breathing may be compromised and you will likely have problems speaking and eating. For many people who break their jaws they need to have their teeth wired shut while the….

    Who’s to blame for my broken teeth?


    Breaking your teeth can be a painful experience and it can also be extremely embarrassing with many victims feeling a sudden loss of confidence due to their obvious injury. With the NHS unlikely to repair a broken tooth for free as it may be considered cosmetic and not essential you may end up having to….

    Advice on claiming for a broken jaw


    If you suffer an impact to your jaw, you could end up suffering a break in it. If you suspect you have such an injury, immediate medical attention should be sought. In some cases, the fracture may be minor and the jaw may heal on its own over time. However, you must take great care….

    Who’s to blame for my broken jaw?


    Have you been in an accident which wasn’t your fault which resulted in a broken jaw? You may not be sure who’s to blame for your broken jaw but if it wasn’t your fault we would like to hear from you and find out where the responsibility lies and whether you could be entitled to….

    Advice on claiming for broken teeth


    Our teeth are pretty strong. They’re designed to help us chew food, after all, so they have a very important job to do. When we get our adult teeth, they are designed to last a lifetime, so it is very important to look after them the best we can. Few people ever think of claiming….

    Average healing time for a broken jaw


    A broken jaw can occur in a variety of ways, but typically an impact to the jaw could potentially cause this injury to happen. The average healing time for a broken jaw can be several weeks, during which time you may only have limited movement in the jaw. In some cases, surgery may be required….

    Compensation for jaw and teeth damage


    Sustaining jaw and teeth damage is unfortunately a relatively common injury when people are involved in accidents. This kind of injury can be sustained in a variety of different accidents and in various environments, and is an especially common injury resulting from car accidents or trips and falls either in the workplace or in public…..

    Fractured jaw accident claim


    We know that if you have suffered a broken jaw you are not only likely to suffer a great deal of discomfort, but may also lose wages if you have to take time off while the break heals. This is especially true if your work involves a great deal of talking. You may also incur….

    Jaw injury claims


    Do you have any idea how you could develop a jaw injury? Most people never think about jaw injury claims, as they never experience anything that might prompt such a claim. Of course, you must have evidence that you were not to blame for the incident that led to your injury, and more than that,….

    Who’s to blame for a broken jaw?


    A broken jaw is actually a fairly common injury – in fact it’s the third most common type of facial fracture. Usually caused by trauma to the jaw area, for example after a fall or a car accident, a broken jaw can take between four to six weeks to heal if it’s a routine fracture…..

    Treating a jaw injury


    Jaw injuries involve damage to the muscles, ligaments and joint supporting the jaw bones, or the jaw bone itself. Most jaw injuries are sustained in road traffic accidents or through physical assault. Symptoms of a jaw injury include pain, limited ability to move the jaw, slurred speech, loose teeth, drooling, numbness and bleeding. If within the past three….

    The symptoms of a jaw injury


    The symptoms of a jaw injury can affect the joints that connect the jawbone to the skull, the muscles and tendons that control movement of the jawbone, or the jaw bone itself. A jaw that is fractured, broken or dislocated jaw can cause trouble with eating and breathing. Receiving immediate medical attention following a jaw injury….

    The long-term effects of a jaw injury


    Jaw injuries are often the result of a road traffic accident or a workplace accident involving trauma to the face. Common jaw injuries include fractures, dislocations, injuries to the jaw muscle, and torn ligaments or tendons which support the jaw bones. Did you know that a broken jaw is the third most common type of….

    The cost of claiming for a jaw injury


    If you’ve had the misfortune of suffering a jaw injury in an accident that was not your fault, it is likely that you are entitled to compensation. Many people who have suffered this type of injury in non-fault accidents are often either not aware of their right to claim, or are afraid of the cost….

    How you could develop a jaw injury


    If within the past three years you have had the misfortune of sustaining a jaw injury in an accident for which you were not to blame, you may be entitled to make a personal injury claim for compensation. In order to have a valid claim for compensation, you need to show evidence that someone’s negligent action….

    Jaw injury


    Are you recuperating after a jaw injury? Although not all types of mouth injuries are serious, a jaw injury can be particularly painful and it may require months of treatment in order to fully heal. Depending on exactly what type of injury you’ve sustained, you may need to undergo intensive therapy and numerous surgical procedures…..

    Claiming for a jaw injury


    A jaw injury can have serious, lifelong consequences for the victim. Common problems associated with jaw injury include a limited ability to move the jaw, numbness, nerve damage and disfigurement. If you have had the misfortune of suffering a jaw injury following an accident at work, a sporting accident, road traffic accident or through physical attack, and….

    How much could you get for your front teeth being knocked out?


    An injury that is suffered by many people after a slip, trip or fall, a road accident or an assault is the loss of their front teeth. This is actually more common than you might think, and you could be eligible to receive a substantial amount of compensation if you have lost one or more….

    Claim for a broken jaw


    A common claim that people make is to claim for a broken jaw. It’s hard to believe how many ways there are to have a broken jaw. Below are some of the common ways that people have their jaws broken. An injury at work One of the things that can lead to a broken jaw is….

    Compensation for a broken jaw


    Are you thinking of claiming compensation for a broken jaw? Maybe it was caused by a slip, trip or fall? Our in-house legal team can help you seek justice through the courts, if you have suffered injury due to someone else’s negligence. Claiming compensation can be a difficult decision to make, however, and is sometimes….


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