There is probably nothing more annoying than fracturing a finger or toe. Though not fatal, this kind of injury is very bothersome and even those who live in Dirleton in East Lothian, Scotland, know that even a finger fracture can make it much harder to work, to earn money and even to keep the natural rhythm of your life intact. That is why an injury solicitor in Dirleton should be the first thing you think about after any injury.
Aren’t fractures all the same?
If you fractured your fingers or toes, you would probably write it off as something silly. But if those injuries were completely unnecessary and caused by someone else, wouldn’t you want the guilty person to pay, both figuratively and literally? That is exactly what an injury solicitor in Dirleton is for and Accident Advice Helpline can get you the justice you are searching for. We do this when anyone phones us on our helpline number 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993, or contacts us through the 30-second test online.
Tiny fractures and big help from an injury solicitor in Dirleton
Your fingers and toes are not parts of your body that affect whether you will live or die, but not being able to use them does put you in a position that may affect the quality of your life negatively.
- Finger fractures – your fingers are important parts of your body that you use every day and fracturing them will certainly affect the way in which you do your work. How would you type on a keyboard without the use of your fingers? How would you do simple tasks like get a cup of coffee or write notes? The simple answer is that you would not be able to and you would need someone to get you some kind of compensation so that you could financially cope until you healed, someone like an injury solicitor in Dirleton or our own experts.
- Toe breaks – the bones in your toes are relatively delicate and depending on which toe you injure, you may have no damage, or a lot of it. The small toe for example, keeps your balance and you may have to overcompensate for a toe that is not working. The big toe is connected to other bones in your foot and ankle and the pressure of stepping on it while broken will be very painful.
- Fractures to both – if you are ever in a situation where you break both the fingers in your hands and the toes in your feet, you may be bedridden for some time. While you are healing, let an injury solicitor in Dirleton or us at Accident Advice Helpline take your case and work on a claim that could give you the money you need to survive while you are recuperating. If the injury was not your responsibility, why should paying for it be your responsibility?
Call us now on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993.
Date Published: 10th November 2013
Author: David Brown