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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."

    Esther Rantzen

    Expert injury lawyers in Southwold

    A broken leg is an injury that is painful and inconvenient. It’s also an injury that a lot of people claim for. Below are some of the things that a solicitor may take into consideration when deciding whether or not to take a case.

    Things that expert injury lawyers in Southwold will take into consideration: 1 – How will it take for the leg to heal?

    Generally, when you have broken your femur bone, it will take anywhere from 3 to 6 months for your leg to heal. However, this can take longer depending on your age and how bad the break was. It also is going to depend on how healthy you are when the break happened. People who have had health problems in the past will generally take longer to heal than someone who is healthy when they break their leg.

    Things that expert injury lawyers in Southwold will take into consideration: 2 – What are the consequences in the long-term from having a broken femur

    It is going to take at least a year for you to regain all your abilities and your strength that you had before you broke your bone. The long-term issues may include weakness in your hamstring, You may also be walking and standing, and intermittent pain. A lot of people have broken their femur bone find that they have a lot of problems even after the bone has healed completely. Sometimes the weather will affect how they are feeling in the leg that was broken.

    Things that expert injurys lawyer in Southwold will take into consideration: 3 – My knee’s swelling up in the leg that I broke

    When you break your femur, your muscles in the joint also become damaged. To help with relieving the pain, it’s a good idea to rest it, put ice on it, put a compression on it, and elevate it. Ice helps with reducing the swelling and helps with reducing the pain as well. Elevating the knee will also help with reducing swelling. You can elevate the knee by putting a couple of pillows beneath it.

    Things that expert injury lawyers in Southwold will take into consideration: 4 – How long will I be on crutches?

    Following your surgery, you’ll be on crutches for at least 2 to 4 months. In general, you’re going to be using two crutches during the first four weeks, after which you will use one crutch. After three months have passed, generally you can go on to use a cane instead. But make sure that you are following your doctor’s orders and doing what he or she tells you to do. This will help you to make sure that you are healing the best and that you are back on your feet.

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    Date Published: 5th October 2013

    Author: David Brown

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