Breaking a limb is unpleasant. There is the 6 weeks or so in plaster, the appointments at the orthopaedic clinic and then hopefully, once the plaster is off, all is well and you are none-the-worse for wear.
But there are difficulties with broken bones. Breaking an arm for example, can have lifelong implications especially if the break is not straightforward. As an injury lawyer in Bishampton will tell you, when the break is bad, there may be operations, pins and casts for many weeks for you to endure.
What can make the whole situation feel a lot worse is the fact that you may not have been responsible for the accident in which you have your arm broken. All that pain and inconvenience which could have been avoided if the ‘wet floor’ sign had been apparent or some other warning that told you the area was not safe.
Or maybe there were items left on stairs causing you to trip and fall heavily. Possibly you tripped over or maybe slipped as a result of a loose paving stone?
An injury lawyer in Bishampton will tell you that there are several ways that people have badly broken their arm and if this sounds like you, then you may be eligible for compensation.
What you need to know…
Making a claim for compensation using the specialist legal advice of an injury lawyer in Bishampton and the experience of Accident Advice Helpline is taking legal action, a step that sounds daunting but, with our help it needn’t be.
Firstly, you need to seek medical advice as soon as you have been involved in an accident. If you have broken your arm, then this tends to happen fairly quickly as you will instant medical attention. Clearly, if the break is very bad then you may have had to have an operation.
Your injury lawyer in Bishampton will need to know all the details of your injury on order to put together an excellent case for compensation.
Secondly, the accident must not have been your fault. This is something ingrained in personal injury law and a factor that your injury lawyer in Bishampton will work through with you.
And finally, the accident must have occurred in the last three years. There are only a few exceptions to this rule and is one that your injury lawyer in Bishampton will be able to tell you more about.