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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 you’re eligible to make a claim

You may have a legitimate claim if you meet the following three criteria:

  • The accident was not your fault – the claim is made against someone else who has acted negligently, and so you must not be to blame for causing the accident
  • It must have taken place within the last three years – the timescale runs from the accident date to the start date of your claim
  • Your injuries need to have been treated by a medical professional

If you remain unsure about your eligibility, our friendly helpline advisors can discuss your case with you to clarify your situation.

How much compensation for a broken wrist and arthritis?

The amount of compensation you might receive will probably influence your decision about whether or not to claim. We can offer you an estimate of the potential award – you just need to take our 30-second test™.

This test involves inputting the answers to these questions into an online calculator:

  • Were you injured in the last three years?
  • Was the accident your fault?
  • Did you receive medical attention?
  • Where were you injured?

Once the answers have been provided, the estimated figure which is based on other cases we have successfully processed, will be returned.

Accident Advice Helpline’s team of solicitors

Our team of solicitors works for us in-house, so you don’t need to worry about your claim being outsourced. Our legal experts are all fully-qualified in this complex area of law, and have much practical experience of undertaking negotiations.

We will let you know what evidence types are required to deal with your claim, and endeavour to process it over the phone so that you might not need to go to court. It is difficult to say how long a claim will take however, as there is no way of knowing the complexities that might be encountered along the way.

What we can promise you is that we will deal with it in a proactive way, and bring it to a successful conclusion as quickly as possible.

Phone our helpline team today on 0800 689 5659 phone. Let us help you claim compensation for a broken wrist and arthritis.