No matter who you are, where you are, or what you are doing, if you suffer any broken bones in an accident that wasnt your fault, then you could be entitled to use the services of the Pontllanfraith car accident lawyers from Accident Advice Helpline to help you to make an injury claim against the people responsible for your accident.
The law in the UK says that if you have suffered an injury in an accident that wasn’t your fault, then you are entitled to claim compensation from the person responsible for your accident, for all of your pain and suffering they have caused, and for any extra expenses you have had to bear the burden off because of the accident.
To do this, contact the Pontllanfraith car accident lawyers from Accident Advice Helpline, and they will guide you through the process of making a personal injury claim.
Broken bones and the Pontllanfraith car accident lawyers
Most broken bones happen in accidents, it could be a work related accident, a road traffic accident, or maybe a slip, trip or fall accident. No matter what type of accident it was, whoever was responsible may have to face our Pontllanfraith car accident lawyers, who are experts in all types of personal injury claims.
The different fractures that could happen
Most of us have 206 bones in our bodies, although for various reasons, there are sometimes a couple more or a couple less. With so many bones to be broken there are a lot of different breaks that can happen, a few examples being:
- Bowing fracture where the bone bends rather than breaks
- Comminuted fracture where the bone is injured so severely it is shattered or crushed
- Complete fracture is a clean break into two
- Compound fracture where the broken bone breaks the skin
- Oblique fracture where the break slants across a bone
- Spiral fracture where the break winds round the bone
- Simple fracture where there is no break in the skin
The treatment of fractured bones
With all broken bones it is important that you seek medical attention, as more damage can be done if the break is left untreated. The sorts of treatments the hospital might use are:
- Plaster cast
- Buddy taping
- Support bandages
- Icepacks to reduce swelling
- Surgery to put bones back in place
- Surgery to insert pins, screws or plates
Compensation for broken bones
Broken bones can cause you a lot of hassle , as well as the pain and inconvenience. At Accident Advice Helpline, we will make sure your compensation your claim will be hassle free. We will deal with everything for you, insurance companies, local authorities or whoever was responsible for your situation. Our solicitors have dealt with them all and are experts in achieving the best possible compensation award for our claimants.
On our website there is a 30-second test which will give you some guidance to the amount you may receive, or you can phone our free helpline on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone and speak to one of our friendly, professional advisers.