You can make an injury compensation claim if you have suffered a fractured bone through an office accident in Southend-on-Sea, that wasn’t your fault. Contact the solicitors at Accident Advice Helpline and they will discuss with you your options regarding making a personal injury claim against the people responsible for your injury and accident.
It is a common misconception that a broken bone and a fractured bone are two different things. The medical profession refer to all damage to bones as a fracture, whether it is broken, cracked or crushed.
Fracturing bones through an office accident in Southend-on-Sea
Most of us have 206 bones in our bodies, all just waiting to be broken. Most breaks occur in an accident, and 10% of broken bones are in the feet. If it is a clean break to any bone, the victim will sometimes hear the snap, and some breaks are so severe they will break through the skin as well.
A fracture can cause you many problems, and stop you doing every day tasks for yourself. Consider if you have a broken leg, while it is healing getting around would be very difficult, and no one realises the problems a broken arm can cause until you are unable to use it.
Broken bones in your face can have secondary problems, like trouble eating and talking if your jaw bone is broken, and difficulty in breathing if your nose bone has been fractured.
All these sorts of things need to be looked at when you are making a personal injury claim, and Accident Advice Helpline will make sure that any effect your injury has on your life is accounted for.
How we can help
We have over 14 years’ experience of making personal injury claims, and have many thousand of past clients who are glad they chose us to help them.
We handle all our claims on a no win no fee* basis, and as Esther Rantzen will tell you, no win no fee* means exactly what it says. No funds are required to star a claim, nor if your claim is lost. Esther has been our patron since 2003, and she highly recommends our services because she knows that we put the needs of our clients first, providing them with the highest quality service.
There are two online options to choose from, either an online claim form, or our 30-second test. The test will let you know very quickly if you qualify to make a claim, and if you do will give you an estimate of how much your compensation could be.
Our friendly advisors, who you can contact on our freephone number, 0800 689 0500, will talk you through your accident and resulting injuries. If you are able to make a claim, and you want to proceed, they will start the processes for you, helping you every step of the way.