Personal injury claims and injury solicitors in West Wycombe
If you have been involved in an accident which was not your fault and have received an injury as a result, then you could be entitled to make a claim for compensation.
To find out if you meet the eligibility criteria for making a claim you can either take Accident Advice Helpline’s 30-second test, which you will find here on our website; or you can speak to a member of our injury solicitors who will be only too happy to answer any questions you might have about the claims process.
You can make a claim for compensation for any type of accident or injury you may have been involved in providing that the accident or injury occurred within the last three years.
Although our injury solicitors in West Wycombe can help you with any types of injury, they have vast experience in dealing with both fractured and broken bones.
These sorts of injuries are unfortunately fairly common place as they can occur in a wide variety of settings and in different types of accidents. For example, it is easy to break a bone after slipping, tripping or falling either at work or in a public place. You may even experience such an accident in your own home. You might even break a bone whilst at work through failures in training or personal protection equipment, or you might be involved in a road traffic collision.
Regardless of how your injury occurred you can have total peace of mind that one of our injury solicitors in West Wycombe will be able to help you make a claim for compensation against the person, or people who are responsible for your accident.
Different types of fractures
Not a lot of people know this, but there are a number of different types of bone breaks and fractures and our expert injury solicitors in West Wycombe can help with every single kind including:
- Avulsion fractures
- Bowing fractures
- Greenstick fractures
- Complicated fractures
- Single fractures
In some cases, clients contact our injury solicitors in West Wycombe to make a claim for the initial injury they sustained, but equally find out that they can make an additional claim for clinical negligence if their broken or fractured bone has not been dealt with in an appropriate manner.
Misdiagnosis of a serious break or fracture can result in severe consequences, including in severe cases, amputation of the affected limb.
When you have suffered a broken bone it is imperative that you receive medical attention in a timely manner and that appropriate treatment is provided. A broken bone that is not set properly and effectively can cause longer term problems including increased risk of arthritis in later life.
Contact our expert injury solicitors in West Wycombe at Accident Advice Helpline today on 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993 to find out if they can help you make the claim you are entitled to and win the financial compensation, as well as the justice, that you deserve.