You can break your wrist by having a fall, by the force or impact of a collision, or if it receives a forceful twist. Having a fractured wrist can put your arm out of action until it has healed and cause all sorts of problems in your everyday life. If you are in this position because someone else caused your injury, our lawyer throughout the county can help you claim compensation.
Injuries can happen because someone is negligent or has acted recklessly, and in the 6 -8 weeks a wrist takes to heal, your life can be turned upside down. Whoever was to blame for the accident should pay you compensation for the suffering and problems they have caused. It is a good idea to seek the help of our lawyer throughout the county, to help you make your personal injury claim.
The signs of a fractured wrist
If you are suffering from a fractured wrist, then you will know it because:
- The wrist will be very painful
- There will be swelling or tenderness around the injured area
- You may hear a snap when the breaks happens, if it is a clean break
- If the skin has been damaged, you my have some bleeding
Contact an injury solicitor if you are the blameless victim of an accident which has caused you to suffer a fractured wrist.
Finding a lawyer throughout the county
As far as we are concerned, it does not matter which county you live in, as we have a lawyer throughout the county that can help you with your claim.
At Accident Advice Helpline, we are experts in dealing with all types of personal injury claims, with all types of injuries caused by endless types of accidents. With over 15 years experience of making claims, there cannot be many situations we have not dealt with.
Since the year 2000, we have been helping claimants get the compensation to which they were entitled. We have done so while providing a high quality customer service that gives complete satisfaction. Our reputation for our service is why we receive over 25,000 new enquiries every month.
We have an online claim form you can complete, or you could try our 30-second test for an estimate of how much compensation you could be awarded.
Alternatively, you could call our helpline and chat to a member of our team. Dial 0800 689 0500 from a landline, or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile phone and speak to one of our friendly advisors. They will keep your call confidential, and will only start the claim process if you decide you wish to proceed; you will be under no obligation to do so.
Date Published: 11th July 2014