If you are seeking compensation for a broken arm, there are certain factors that you need to be aware of when making this type of claim. Are you eligible? Can you claim on a no win no fee* basis? How will you find the best solicitor to deal with your case?
We can help you with all of these questions and more. Just call our friendly, helpful advisers on one of the helpline numbers provided below to be put in contact with an experienced, professional solicitor specialising in personal injury law.
What types of accident do we deal with?
Here at Accident Advice Helpline, we process claims for accidents in the workplace, accidents on the roads and slips, trips and falls in public places. Any of these accidents can result in a broken arm. If you were not to blame for your accident, the emotional effects can be just as distressing as the physical injury.
Accidents within the construction industry are common, with falls from height and work with heavy machinery causing serious injury in many cases. But even something as simple as tripping over a loose cable in the office or slipping on a wet supermarket floor can also mean an injury that prevents you from working for some time.
How to get compensation for a broken arm
The first thing to do is phone our helpline advisors, who are all specially trained to deal with the needs of no-fault accident victims. We will then let you know whether or not you are eligible to make a claim based on the particular circumstances of your accident.
You’ll be able to ask any questions about the process and obtain an estimate of the potential award you could win. Should you prefer not to speak to anyone just yet, however, you can also get this estimated figure from our website by taking the 30-second test.
Accident Advice Helpline’s no win no fee* solicitors
All of our specialist solicitors offer claims on a no win no fee* basis. This minimises your financial risks and allows access to justice for anyone wishing to claim compensation for their personal injury.
You can start your claim without paying any legal fees in advance, and if the case is lost you will not be liable to pay your solicitor’s legal fees. Claiming compensation for a broken arm in this way will reduce the levels of stress and also provide reassurance that your legal representative will handle the case with professionalism and attention to detail.
Call today on 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile in order to find out if you are eligible to start a claim for compensation, or simply to find out more detailed information about the claims process in general.
Date Published: 21st August 2013
Author: Rebecca Smith
Category: Arm injury caims