An Injury Solicitor is somebody who will help you make a personal injury compensation claim after you have suffered injuries as the result of an accident that was not your own fault. If you are searching for a reputable Injury Solicitor to take on your personal injury claim and help you seek cash compensation then look no further as you have discovered the accident claims in Earls Court team within Accident Advice Helpline.
Accident claims in Earls Court
The accident claims in Earls Court team at Accident Advice Helpline is just one of the in-house Injury Solicitor teams with the company. Like all of the other fantastic in-house Injury Solicitor teams the accident claims in Earls Court can deal with all kinds of injury claims. Recently they have seen a lot of personal injury compensation claims for broken bones injuries.
Broken bones can be a common outcome of lots of different types of accidents. Common causes include accidents at work, road traffic accidents, sporting accidents, trips, slips and falls and many other incidents.
When we speak about broken bones compensation, we include:
- Any sort of crush injury that has damaged a bone or bones
- Any sort of fracture, whether it is hairline, simple or compound
- Any sort of cracked or chipped bone
The adult human body contains 206 bones, any one of which can be broken in all sorts of accidents. Like most injuries, broken bones range in severity. Some broken bones may mend quickly with little or no treatment. Other injuries can be far more serious and require more involved and sometimes lengthy treatment.
In the case of compound fractures, where the broken bone breaks through the skin, and other complex injuries, surgery is often required. Pins, plates or wires may need to be inserted to keep the broken pieces of bone in place until they heal. The surgeon may also need to repair damage to surrounding tissues as part of the operation. Further surgery may be required later to remove pins and other supports. Recovery can be a long and painful process, and the patient may suffer a significant degree of scarring.
Any type of broken bone will cause pain and inconvineance to the injured party. Obviously some broken bones will have a greater effect than others. For example, a broken arm or leg will impair your mobility, your ability to carry out everyday tasks and could well have an effect on your job.
If you have suffered broken bones injuries as a direct result of an accident that wasn’t your own fault then please contact the Injury Solicitor in Earls Court at Accident Advice Helpline on our twenty four hour free phone helpline. Call 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile