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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Broken bones in Donnington


    Even in a tiny village in Berkshire, broken bones in Donnington are bound to happen. As much as the residents try to avoid them, every now and again, things don’t go as planned.

    This means that having an injury solicitor on call makes great legal sense. If you ever break a bone, remember that you too, have someone you can call.

    Broken bones in Donnington

    If you’ve broken any bones, you are in danger of not being able to complete certain activities, depending on the severity of the injury and where it is.

    • Simple fractures are usually the most common and whether they occur in your arms and legs, or in a big bone such as your hip, they are usually very easy to heal. A good doctor will be able to set the bone, ensuring that it heals in the shortest span of time possible and, though you may feel some discomfort while the healing process takes place, this should be no longer than eight weeks.
    • Compound fractures are a little more difficult to deal with. They encompass breaks in a number of places in the same bone. Though a doctor will be able to set the injury, ensuring that it heals correctly and in the shortest time possible, this is very painful and can stop you from being able to walk, interact or even move for a set amount of time.
    • Small breaks and fractures sometimes occur too and these may not necessarily need to be set or even need a cast. However, they are painful and need to be watched so that they do not become bigger problems. Especially in the ribs, these breaks can become very bad and pierce vital organs and blood vessels.

    If you have ever broken a bone, you will know that though it is not the most pleasant experience, it is not fatal. If your injury was caused by someone else, then Accident Advice Helpline could help you to receive compensation.

    Though not every claim comes to fruition, you can at least get some help when you need it and get some peace of mind after what has happened to you.

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    Why use Accident Advice Helpline?

    Broken bones are horrible – they’re painful, they limit your movement and they are really depressing. However, you can call on Accident Advice Helpline if you don’t want to deal with the claims yourself.

    Our experience and expertise are highly recommended by Dame Esther Rantzen. By getting in touch on our free to call phone number, which is 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile, you’re taking the first step towards the right help.

    Date Published: 9th November 2013

    Author: David Brown

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