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    Claiming compensation for broken bones


    Are you thinking about claiming compensation for broken bones?

    If you have suffered from broken bones as a result of any sort of accident that wasn’t your fault, you may be thinking about claiming compensation for broken bones.

    The injury might have been a result of a road traffic accident caused by a reckless driver, or an accident at work due to your employer’s negligence. The injury might even have happened in a public place such as a shop or restaurant that wasn’t doing enough to protect you. Wherever it happened, if it wasn’t your fault, you may be able to make a claim for compensation.

    You might have broken a bone in your finger or fractured your leg; whatever the nature of your broken bones, you could be entitled to compensation if the break has caused you pain and suffering through no fault of your own. All that matters is that you sought medical assistance and the injury happened in the last three years

    How much will you receive claiming compensation for broken bones?

    The amount of compensation you receive will depend on the pain and suffering caused by your broken bones, as well as the costs you have incurred as a direct consequence of the injury.

    For example, while broken bones may stop you from going to work, they may also stop you from driving, meaning that you may have to pay more for taxis. You may also have to pay someone to do the household jobs you usually do, such as gardening or cleaning. To ensure you get the maximum amount of compensation you deserve, it’s essential you receive expert legal advice.

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    Where can you get more information about claiming compensation for broken bones?

    Accident Advice Helpline was established to offer specialist legal advice to people about making compensation claims. You can contact us on our helpline number. To find out about claiming compensation for broken bones with no obligation to take matters further, call today. Simply dial 0800 689 0500 from a landline, or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile phone to chat to a member of our team. You can also text ‘claim365’ to 88010 and we will call you back as soon as possible.

    Whether you want to know if you’re entitled to make a claim, or simply want to know more about the procedures involved, we have the answers that can give you peace of mind.

    Alternatively you can use our straightforward 30-second test to quickly determine whether you have a valid claim, and to get an estimate of how much you may be awarded.

    Date Published: 24th July 2013

    Author: David Brown

    Category: Broken bones claims

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