Fenland car accident

Child with a broken arm

Have you broken a bone in a car accident?

Depending on the circumstances, you could be entitled to claim compensation.

Accident Advice Helpline is a full service law firm, dedicated to the area of personal injury. For over fourteen years, we have been among the leading names in compensation claims, with a success rate that sees £30 million being awarded a year in damages. We have handled a number of cases involving broken bones, and no matter if you’ve suffered a hairline fracture or a serious break, we can make sure that you are compensated accordingly.

Accident Advice Helpline can help with your Fenland car accident claim

A broken bone can make life increasingly difficult on those forced to live with one.

Depending on the extent of the break, even basic household chores can become difficult, and you may have to take time off work to fully heal. For minor fractures, this could be a couple of days, but more serious breaks can lead to an extended absence, which can in turn affect your income. Some breaks require surgery in order for a full recovery to occur, and if you are having to go through all of this pain and inconvenience because of someone else’s negligent driving, you shouldn’t just accept the fact.

If another motorist caused a Fenland car accident in which you have broken a bone, you deserve to be compensated. With our no win, no fee* policy, it’s easier than ever to afford the assistance of expert lawyers that can fight to recover the highest possible sum in compensation.

There is nothing to pay upfront, so you don’t have to worry about finances standing in the way of getting the legal assistance you need to get the money you deserve. To find out how much this could be, fill in our thirty-second claims calculator to get a quick quote online, or call our helpline to discuss your case with a claims adviser.

Call 0800 180 4123 for a quote

Adjusting to life after a car accident may be difficult, but pursuing a claim for the injuries it caused shouldn’t be.

If you’ve been injured in a Fenland car accident through absolutely no fault of your own, don’t settle for living with the consequences. With our help, you can receive the full amount to which you are entitled, and all in a way that keeps the stress and inconvenience to you to a minimum. With a team of over 190 specialist solicitors standing by along with a network of experienced claims advisers, we’re here for you when you need us most. To find out more about your rights to make a claim or to enlist the help of a personal injury solicitor, contact Accident Advice Helpline today on 0800 180 4123.

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