The city of Derry is one of the most popular and the second largest in all of Northern Ireland. For those who live there, a busy life is part of their normal experience and whether it is running from place to place to get a job done, get to a party or even run errands, there may come a time when broken bones in Derry may prevent them from fulfilling their daily commitments. If this happens, then talk to Accident Advice Helpline.
Broken bones in Derry
If you stub your toe on a couch, a table or any other object, the pain is really awful. How much worse then is fracturing a toe or finger? If this occurs in a situation that was not your fault, you need some advice from someone “in the know”.
- Fractured fingers – while fracturing your fingers is certainly not a fatal problem, it is one that is very painful and that may restrict your movement for an unknown amount of time. This is because you use your fingers for almost everything you do from picking up a cup of coffee to blowing your nose. Having to use your other hand, or improvise is not easy. It may even prevent you from completing your normal duties and therefore be unable to work for a certain amount of time.
- Fractured toes – again, not a fatal injury but one that may have you walking very uneasily. A fracture of the big toe is serious enough that you may even need to be on crutches and this means you will struggle to get up stairs, will need to keep the foot elevated and may even need help going to the restroom. There is no way of preventing the injury, but there is a way to deal with the financial implications.
- Multiple fractures – while breaking one finger or toe presents a situation that is manageable, breaking a few may have you wondering how you will do the things you are used to doing every day.
Call Accident Advice Helpline
No matter how bad an injury is that was caused by someone else, remember that you always have someone on your side with Accident Advice Helpline. How do you find out if you can claim for broken bones in Derry? It’s easy – all you have to do is call 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile. Accident Advice Helpline are trusted by Dame Esther Rantzen to protect the rights of those who have been injured.