Treating a broken nose is very important if you want to make sure there are no visible signs of the break afterwards. In some instances, people end up with crooked noses if they did not seek help at the time. Treatment to straighten a break or deal with any other problems the break causes is best done in the first two weeks following the injury, and ideally as quickly as possible.
Once you have been treated for your own broken nose, your thoughts may well turn to how it happened. Were you struck by something while walking down the street? Did a sign fall on you? Did you receive your broken nose when you were involved in a road accident?
Negligence is a word often used in cases like these. The main aspect to consider is whether another person was negligent and this is what caused your accident. If so, you could well make a claim to seek compensation for your injury.
Compensation claims can be complicated if you are not aware of how they work. Therefore, getting advice from a personal injury lawyer is often the best move to make. They will have the required experience to gather all the facts and see whether you can claim.
After treating a broken nose, you can find out about claiming from our team
Accident Advice Helpline has been assisting thousands of people for many years – over 16 years, now. Could you be next in line? We can provide no-obligation support and advice to determine if your broken nose does warrant compensation, and how much you may potentially receive if you do claim.
Calling 0800 689 0500 means you can find out whether a no-win, no-fee claim is the right thing to do after treating a broken nose. Was someone else responsible for what happened and the pain and suffering you have gone through? To find out, you also have a chance to call from your mobile on 0333 500 0993. Don’t be left in doubt – you have a three-year period in which to claim, but the sooner you do so, the fresher everything will be in your mind. Doesn’t it make sense to call us now to see if a personal injury lawyer can accept and fight your case on your behalf? Make sure you get in touch today.
Date Published: February 22, 2017
Author: Rob Steen