Expert injury lawyers in Pickering
Pickering is an ancient market town in the Rydale district of North Yorkshire. After 1066 when William I became the king, the town and its neighbourhood was in the possession of the crown. A castle and church were built at this time and the medieval kings occasionally visited the area.
Broken bones in those days, often healed deformed as they did not have the knowledge our medical profession has today, for repairing them before they heal.
There are 206 bones in our bodies, plenty of choices to have a few breaks and cracks, more often than not, caused in an accident. If the accident was not the fault of the victim, they may be entitled to make a personal injury compensation claim and may want to use the services of injury lawyers in Pickering.
Accidents that may end with broken bones and making a personal injury claim using expert injury lawyers in Pickering
Breaking bones can happen in many ways, but if it is an accident that was not your fault, you may be able to make an injury claim. Some of the accidents we deal with include:
- Car collisions.
- Slips on wet floors that have no warning signs.
- Falling over an obstacle that shouldn’t be there.
- Tripping up some steps.
- Work related accidents.
- Motorbike accidents.
- Falling off your bicycle or horse.
- Playing contact sports such as boxing or rugby.
These are just a sample of the sorts of things that can happen and might mean you want to use expert injury lawyers in Pickering.
The time scale of recovery
The recovery time of the fracture depends on which bones are broken, the severity of the break and your age. The bones of children will heal quicker than that of an elderly person, although children are more likely to break bones because their bones are so soft in comparison. Any break, if it was in an accident that was the fault of, or caused through, the negligence of someone else, can be the reason for a personal injury compensation claim.
Treating broken bones
The treatment of the broken bones will depend on the severity and which bone is broken, but it could include:
- Support bandages
- Plaster cast
- Ice packs
- Pain killers
Help with your broken bone injury claim
Accident Advice Helpline have been established for over 15 years. We have been helping the blameless victims of accidents to get access to justice for their accidents and have been successful in making sure that many thousands of claimants have received the compensation to which they were entitled. Many of these claims have been for broken bones.
We operate on a No Win No Fee basis so you will not have to find any money to start your claim.
Our freephone helpline is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our advisers are always there to give you free advice and you can contact them on 0800 689 0500. The website has a 30-second test designed to give you a rough idea of how much compensation you may be award for your injury claim.
Date Published: 28th October 2013
Author: David Brown