Sutton Green is situated between Guildford and Woking in the county of Surrey. Sutton Green Golf Course was co-designed by Laura Davis, who was a world number-one and champion. The tranquillity of this location definitely makes playing golf enjoyable.
Playing golf is challenging and exciting. However accidents happen, you may be injured while playing through no fault of your own, resulting in a broken bone or another type of injury. A broken wrist will lead to a certain amount of loss of enjoyment in life, at least for a an amount of time. This should prompt you to start looking for a lawyer offering no win no fee for Sutton Green claims, after having received medical treatment.
Where you can get help
An accident that causes an injury can lead to you taking a few days off from work, therefore leading to a loss of earnings. A lawyer offering no win no fee for Sutton Green claims, to whom you can get connected by Accident Advice Helpline, will take up the matter on your behalf until you get the compensation you deserve.
You can call Accident Advice Helpline for free on 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile, or fill in the 30-second test on our website to find out whether you should make a compensation claim or not. Remember, it is your legal right to claim compensation if you have been injured due to another person’s negligence.
A specialist lawyer offering no win no fee for Sutton Green claims will work tirelessly on a guaranteed 100% no win no fee arrangement, to ensure that you get what is rightfully yours. You may get connected to a lawyer near where you live, but most claims are handled over the phone without going to court, so you will most likely not need to travel.
Winning compensation for injuries
While playing golf or any other sport, players should take reasonable care towards other players by using the right techniques to prevent foreseeable injuries. If you sustain a broken wrist and you are not to blame, a lawyer offering no win no fee for Sutton Green claims from Accident Advice Helpline will help you to pursue your injury claim.
A broken wrist is a break or crack of the radius bone, the ulna and scaphoid bones. If you have a broken wrist, you could suffer any of the following:
- Debilitating pain, inflammation and swelling: this is caused by a broken or cracked wrist, and the injured soft tissues may be soothed by painkillers and NSAIDs. The doctor may order an X-ray to show the crack and any fragments.
- Non-displaced bones: these may be treated by holding the bones with a rigid splint or plaster cast, followed by immobilisation to help the bones to heal.
- Displaced bones: these cause disfigurement and deformity of the wrist. Displaced bones require reduction or resetting. Manipulation of the bones or open surgery may be performed by an orthopaedic surgeon under sedation or anaesthesia.
- Fragmented wrist fractures: these require surgery by an orthopaedic surgeon to align the bones and hold them together with plates, wires, pins and screws.
Date Published: 10th March 2014
Author: David Brown