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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."

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    Claim for a broken jaw

    Claim for a broken jaw

    A common claim that people make is to claim for a broken jaw. It’s hard to believe how many ways there are to have a broken jaw. Below are some of the common ways that people have their jaws broken.

    An injury at work

    One of the things that can lead to a broken jaw is an injury at work. Depending on where you work, there are a lot of ways for you to get injured. Things can fall off of shelves, you can slip and fall on a wet floor, or you can even be injured by machinery that you are working with. A lot of people get injured at work every year, and broken jaws are just one of the things that they may suffer.

    An injury at school

    Another way that you can suffer a broken jaw is from an injury at school. This can result from falling when you are at recess, falling down the steps, or even when you are participating in gym class. It can also happen when a student gets in a fight with another student. So there are many ways that you can get injured with a broken jaw when you are at school.

    A car accident can lead to making a claim for a broken jaw

    A third way that you can get a broken jaw is when you’re involved in a car accident. Many people think of car accidents as ways that people get other broken bones, like legs and arms, but depending on where the car accident happened a broken jaw is very possible. They also can happen when the airbag deploys, depending on the force of the impact.

    An accident at an amusement park

    Sometimes someone can get injured when they are having the most fun in their life. This can happen when people are in an amusement park and they get injured on a ride. Sometimes what should be a fun trip to an amusement park results in an injury like a broken jaw.

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    An injury from sports

    There are some sports where people may expect something like a broken jaw, such as boxing. But depending on how a ball was hit, a broken jaw can even happen when you’re playing baseball or golf.

    If you have had your jaw broken and you want to seek compensation for your pain and injury, you need to find a solicitor. We can help you with doing that. We have provided solicitors for people all over and we can help you. Just give us a call and we will provide the right solicitor to help your case.

    If you’ve suffered from a broken jaw or any other injury that wasn’t your fault then you are entitled to claim for a broken jaw against the person responsible for the injury. Give Accident Advice Helpline a call on 0800 689 0500 from your land-line or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile to discuss your injury.

    Category: Jaw injury claims

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