Are you suffering from hip pain? If you are then you will not need telling that hip pain and hip injuries are some of the most painful and frustrating conditions that can befall anybody. One of the major reasons that hip pain is so difficult to deal with, beside the physical pain itself, is the effect that it has on a person’s movement. This is true as all movement, including walking, running or jumping puts pressure on the hips and requires the hips to be strong and this is why hip pain can cause a drastically restricted range of motion.
So, hip pain therefore can have a dramatic effect on what you can do and how you go about your daily life and this can be frustrating and sometimes expensive. For instance, you may need to take public transport where you normally enjoy riding your bike and this can be inconvenient and is definitively more expensive. If your hip pain is due to an injury that has naturally occurred or was caused by your own actions then this frustration and inconvenience is something that you cannot do anything about, but what if somebody else was to blame for your injury?
What if somebody else caused your hip pain?
The law states that if you have suffered an injury and somebody else was to blame then you are entitled to seek compensation, to account for the kinds of physical, emotional and financial hardships that were mentioned above. With the majority of cases, there is a period of three years from an incident in question in which you can begin the legal proceedings for compensation.
Who can get you the compensation you deserve?
The answer to the question of who can get you the compensation that you deserve is a Accident Advice Helpline. Accident Advice Helpline have an extensive pool of experience to draw upon when taking on any new claim, and this comes from having been fighting personal injury claims for over 16 years. In this time, Accident Advice Helpline has helped tens of thousands of claimants, dealt with every conceivable type of personal injury claim and earned the official endorsement of consumer champion Dame Esther Rantzen.
Getting advice and guidance
To benefit from Accident Advice Helpline’s professional advice and guidance or to get the ball rolling on your personal injury claim, you can call either 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 on your mobile. Both of these numbers are available seven days a week and will let you reach an experienced and knowledgeable adviser who will be able to help you every step of the way.