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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

    What if your broken arm hurts years later after an accident?

    ContentsWhen a broken arm still hurts years later?What might you receive if your claim was successful?For most people, a broken arm will eventually become nothing more than a distant memory. However, for some, there could be issues that are left over even years after the injury occurred. When your broken arm hurts years later, it….

    What is the broken arm healing time for the radius?

    When someone breaks their arm, they may want to know the healing time for the radius. Radius bone injuries are quite common in those with broken arms, as this is one of the two bones that are found in the forearm. Following instructions and making sure you rest as well as going through some gentle….

    Why a broken arm causes hand swelling

    ContentsHow to combat broken arm hand swellingRemember to exerciseIf you ever have a broken arm, hand swelling probably wouldn’t be one of the first symptoms you’d expect to feel. It’s more common to read about severe pain in the arm, an inability to move it, and swelling around the site of the injury. With that….

    Did your broken arm need a metal plate?

    ContentsMetal plates for broken arm injuriesHow much compensation might be paid for this injury?In some cases, where someone suffers a broken arm, a metal plate is needed to stabilise the bones and allow them to heal again. This isn’t always required – indeed, it is more common for someone to be put in plaster for….

    Did your child receive a broken arm at school?

    ContentsIs it common to experience a broken arm at school?Could you make a claim on behalf of your child?Every day, many thousands of children are taken to school by their parents. Older children make their own way to school, and in the afternoons, everyone heads home again. Few parents will ever have the experience of….

    Have you had NHS broken nose surgery?

    A fractured nose can be painful, with symptoms ranging from swelling and bruising around the eyes to difficulty breathing and even complications such as septal haematoma. If you have broken your nose and it is crooked, then you may have had NHS broken nose surgery. This can either be carried out as a closed reduction….

    What is broken nose treatment for a child?

    If your child has broken his or her nose in an accident, it can be a worrying time for parents. The good news is that most broken noses heal nicely at home with some self-care, but you should still take your child to have their broken nose assessed at hospital. Broken nose treatment for a….

    Broken nose vs bruised nose, how to tell the difference

    ContentsBroken nose vs bruised nose – which can I claim compensation for?Claiming compensation for a broken nose vs bruised noseIf you think you have may have broken your nose in an accident, it can often be difficult to tell the difference between a broken nose vs bruised nose. One of the most obvious symptoms of….

    Do you need to have broken nose realignment?

    If you have broken your nose after a fall, car accident or blow to the face, then you can normally treat the symptoms at home, although you will need to see a doctor for a diagnosis first. Common symptoms of a broken nose include: Redness, pain and swelling Nosebleeds A crunching sound and tenderness when….

    Has a dislocated shoulder stopped you from driving?

    ContentsCan you claim compensation if your dislocated shoulder stopped you from driving?Is it worth claiming compensation for a dislocated shoulder?If you have dislocated your shoulder, it could be 12 to 16 weeks before you are fully healed and able to return to your normal activities. When your arm pops out of your shoulder socket, you’ll….