A car accident in Fife — like anywhere else — is never a fun occurrence in anyone’s life. From small, bumper bashes to larger accidents, no one deserves to feel the responsibility of financial burden that comes from a car accident that is not their fault. If they happen to be injured when this happens, they surely deserve some form of compensation.
If you live in Kicardine or the Firth of Forth area, you can seek compensation in the form of an injury claim in Kincardine.
Claims we handle in Fife
Injury claims for broken bones and dislocations are often dealt with by Accident Advice Helpline, the experts in this field. If you have been injured in this way, you can call us on 0800 689 0500 to find out almost immediately whether or not you could have an injury claim in Kincardine. You can also check some of the more common injuries below.
A car accident can cause a variety of injuries, including those listed below. These are some of the more common ones that people experience. If you have ever been injured in this way in an accident that was not your fault, you should seek out compensation.
- Broken bones – This is the most common injury in car accidents, including anything from small fractures of the arms and legs to serious breaks. When it comes to car injuries, broken ribs are very common due to the impact and pressure of the seatbelt.
- Dislocations – A dislocation occurs when a ball and socket joint pops out of the socket. The injury itself is not really serious and the joint can often be popped back into the socket. The stretching of the tendons that accompanies this though can be very painful and take a long time to heal. You should make an injury claim in Kincardine.
- Cuts and scratches – These types of injuries are considered to be very minor. If you have ever experienced a cut in the skin or a scrape, you will know that while they may be unsightly, they heal. The problem with these injuries is that if they are not properly taken care of, they get infected and this could result in fever, vomiting or even death.
- Internal injuries – These are very hard to diagnose, and in someone who has them could be fatal. These types of injuries can range from a small bout of internal bleeding to damage to the organs and blood vessels, which may be fatal in the long run.
If you have ever experienced any of these injuries and you know they were not your fault — that is, they were inflicted due to someone else’s negligence — then you may have an injury claim in Kincardine and should seek our advice.
Date Published: 16th September 2013
Author: David Brown