Claim your legal right to compensation with expert help
Did you know that if you have recently been injured following a work related accident, that was caused through no fault of your own within the last 3 years, then you may be legally entitled to claim Anglesey accident at work compensation?
If you have been the unfortunate victim of a work related accident in Anglesey and you have sustained a broken, fractured or dislocated bone as a result, then why not find out if you are legally entitled to pursue a claim for compensation?
Whilst our skeletal frame is made up of bones, muscle groups, tendons and ligaments, the bones give our bodies support, protection and allow for movement. In fact there are over 200 bones in an adult human’s body which means that the likelihood of one becoming broken, fractured or dislocated is quite high.
After an injury has occurred and a bone is suspected of being broken, fractured or dislocated, an x-ray examination may be performed to check the condition of the injury. Sometimes CT scans may be used to determine the exact type and location of a break which can ensure that treatment is successfully undertaken.
Fixing broken bones
Many broken bones may require surgical intervention to stabilise them and to ensure that they heal effectively. A popular surgical procedure is to insert titanium rods, pins and plates into bones under general anaesthetic to strengthen fragments of broken bones and ensure that they heal in alignment.
Although surgical intervention may reduce the requirement for further surgery and reduce scarring, the muscles groups may have been weakened through injury and they may take rehabilitation to fully restore their function and strength.
Typical injuries caused by work related accidents
- broken or fractured limbs such as arms and legs
- broken or fractured joints such as ankles and wrists
- broken or fractured pelvis
- dislocated shoulders or hips
- broken facial bones or nose
- slipped discs
Making your claim for Anglesey accident at work compensation
If you wish to find out more no-obligation advice and information about pursuing a claim for Anglesey accident at work compensation, simply call us at Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993. Our team of advisers will notify you over the phone of your legal entitlement to pursue a claim for an accident at work.
If you prefer, why not go take part in our unique and accessible 30-second online test? In just a few minutes you can find out if you are legally entitled to pursue a claim for compensation due to an accident at work using our team of professional injury solicitors to act on your behalf on a no-win, no-fee basis, from the comfort and privacy of your own home.
Date Published: 25th September 2014