You can make a Brynaman accident at work claim if you have suffered a fractured bone through an accident at work that wasn’t your fault. Contact Accident Advice Helpline and they will discuss your options with you, so you can decide if you want to make a Brynaman accident at work claim for compensation.
A fracture and a break are the same thing, it is a common misconception that one is worse than the other. With an average of 206 bones in our bodies it is not uncommon for breaks to happen, usually in accidents.
The different fractures that might mean you want to make a Brynaman accident at work claim
There are many different fractures to bones that happen all the time, but some of the more common ones are:
- Compound fracture
- Compression fracture
- Avulsion fracture
- Greenstick fracture
- Spiral fracture
- Bowing fracture
- Complete fracture
- Comminuted fracture
- Simple fracture
- Complicated fracture
- Transverse fracture
Some of these are more common in children because their bones are so soft, and others more common in the elderly because their bones can be brittle, but any of them can happen to any innocent victim in an accident at work, or anywhere else.
Why Accident Advice Helpline are the best for your personal injury claim
With over 14 years’ experience in the personal injury compensation industry, we have the expertise you need to give your claim its best chance of success and to make sure it reaches its full potential. Making a personal injury claim is a legal process that needs the care and attention a specialist law firm can provide, and it is the fact that we care about our claimants that ensure they get the best quality service when they use us to make their personal injury claim.
We aim to keep the process simple, fast and efficient as well as stress free. To help with this, we take the financial risk of winning your claim so that you do not have to worry about the finances of it and can concentrate on your recovery. We handle all claims on the no win no fee* basis as this means you do not have to find any money to start your claim, or if your claim should be lost.
Many victims start their claim by completing our 30-second test because it gives an estimate of how much your compensation could be. Knowing how much they could be losing out on is often the deciding factor about making a claim.
Our friendly advisors, who you can contact on our freephone number, 0800 180 4123, will talk you through your accident and resulting injuries. If you are able to make a claim, and you want to proceed, they will start the processes for you. Chatting to them puts you under no obligation to proceed, and they will not pressurise you in any way if your choice is not to carry on with a claim.
Date Published: 4th September 2014