Breaking a bone can be a very painful and debilitating experience. Indeed it may be so unpleasant that it motivates the victim to seek some form of justice via a compensation claim using injury solicitors. Have you suffered broken bones in Bootle?
Causes of broken bones in Bootle
Broken bones result from many different accidents such as:
- Car crashes
- Cycling accidents
- Falling downstairs
- Slipping on icy or wet surfaces
- Sporting and leisure-related accidents, such as horse riding, skiing, playing football or rugby and so on
The effects of broken bones in Bootle
The exact effects will depend on your specific type of injury, which bone is broken as well as whether it is a compound or simple, complete or incomplete fracture. However, at a minimum you will experience pain, feel uncomfortable, require medical treatment and face a lengthy recovery. In the worst situations your broken bone may never heal properly and may cause you long-term pain and disability.
You will have trouble getting around the same as before the accident which will affect your usual daily routine. You may need to hire someone to help you with things such as household activities, childcare and maybe even personal care for yourself.
You may have to take time off work, which will affect you financially.
In addition you may be paying out for medical prescriptions and treatment such as physiotherapy.
Subsequently you may also experience stress and depression.
Get justice, seek compensation
Your pain and suffering may be made to feel even worse if the accident which led to it was brought about by the actions or negligence of another person. In this case you should file a claim for compensation using injury solicitors from AAH. This will enable you to receive some form of recompose and justice as well as help with the financial implications of your accident.
It makes sense as it is unjust for you to suffer so much because of an accident you played no part in creating.
Contact Accident Advice Helpline
We are one of the UK’s leading personal injury law firms and therefore provide a great source of information about the compensation process. You can contact us for free by dialling 0800 689 0500 from a UK landline and there’s no obligation to pursue a claim at the end of a call.
For these reasons we advise that even if you are considering using local injury solicitors in Bootle that you contact us first so you have a better understanding of the process and your available options.
You can also contact us using a mobile phone on 0333 500 0993 (charges may apply). Alternately, you can text “claim 365” to 88010 and one of our advisors will call you back.
If you’d first like to establish whether your broken bone injury is eligible for compensation then you can use our online claims calculator for free. You input a few details about your accident and injury and then the calculator will tell you if you can proceed to claim or not and if so how much money you may receive in compensation.
Date Published: 27th December 2013
Author: David Brown