Do you need advice on compensation in Suffolk Coastal? Having a broken wrist can be incredibly frustrating, especially if you normally have quite an active life. Many people won’t understand just how difficult it can be to deal with a broken wrist until they suffer from this type of injury, as you use both of your hands and arms all of the time, to do the simplest of tasks.
A broken wrist is immobilised and means that you can’t really use that hand or arm without pain, making it hard to get by in your day-to-day life. Here are some ways that you can get by with a broken wrist, including making an accident injury claim in Suffolk Coastal.
Make a compensation claim with our advice on compensation in Suffolk Coastal
A compensation claim can help you in more ways than you may think. Compensation helps you to recover by offering you the money that you need, so that you don’t have to rush back to work and can instead rest your wrist for a while. I
It will also give you extra cash which you can use for help around the house, so at no point are you moving or applying pressure to your wrist whilst it is healing.
Get help from your family
Don’t try to do everything when you are suffering from a broken wrist. No matter how much easier you may think it will be for you to just do things on your own, you could easily cause more damage if you continue to try to use your wrist.
If you have a family or friends that you live with, draft them in to do as many of the things that you would usually do as possible, giving yourself time to rest.
How to make an accident injury claim with Accident Advice Helpline
You should think carefully about making an accident injury claim, if you have suffered a broken wrist as the result of the negligence of another person. If you feel that you have the evidence you need to prove that someone else was at fault for your accident and subsequent injuries, then call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.
The team will be able to talk you through your accident and help you to decide whether you can make a successful compensation claim. If you decide to proceed, although you are under no obligation to, you will be passed over to an injury lawyer who can make your claim on your behalf. You may not even have to go to court.
Date Published: 30th April 2015
Author: David Brown