If you’ve been asking yourself ‘What compensation can I expect for a broken wrist?’, then you’ve come to the right place. At Accident Advice Helpline, we can help you to claim compensation for all kinds of accidents, and we have a very simple way to tell you just how much you might be able to claim.
Who are Accident Advice Helpline?
Accident Advice Helpline are a law firm based in the UK who specialise in personal injury compensation. We help people like you to claim compensation for accidents, and we can help you to recover the costs of medical care and time off work that accidents can inevitably cause.
What kinds of accidents can I claim for?
We help people to claim for all kinds of accidents, so if you’ve been searching for ‘What kind of compensation can I claim for a broken wrist?’ then we may be able to help you! We can help you claim for accidents such as road traffic accidents, medical negligence and slips, trips and falls.
The two conditions that your accident must meet are:
- The accident must have taken place in the last three years, and;
- The accident must have been at least partially somebody else’s fault.
What compensation can I expect for a broken wrist?
We can’t tell you exactly how much compensation you may be able to claim for a broken wrist or any other injuries, but we can give you an idea. You can use our compensation calculator, also called the 30-second test, to find out how much you may be eligible to claim.
How much do you charge?
We can discuss our fees with you in more detail if you decide to claim; all you need to know now is that we work on a 100% no win no fee basis, so you only pay us a fee if you win your claim.
Where can I find out more?
If you’re keen to know more about claiming compensation with Accident Advice Helpline, simply call our 24/7 freephone helpline. It’s totally confidential and comes with no strings or obligations attached; our expert advisers can give you the information and advice you need to proceed with your claim – or not, it’s completely up to you.
Date Published: 10th July 2014
Author: Jan Newell