If your jaw has been broken, fractured, dislocated or otherwise injured, you may be entitled to claim compensation.
If you have suffered a jaw injury as the result of a workplace accident, you could receive financial compensation if you are able to prove that someone else was at fault. This type of injury can be incredibly painful, and take a long time to heal. It can affect everything from simple eating and drinking to talking.
You may have difficulty sleeping after an accident, which can leave you feeling run down and exhausted on top of everything else. Any damage to the tendons, muscles and bones in your jaw, no matter how minor or severe, can be debilitating. If someone else has caused an accident in which you have suffered such an injury, make a Rotherham accident at work claim with Accident Advice Helpline.
Whether you have injured your upper or lower jaw, one of our solicitors will be able to help you make a compensation claim that sees you fairly remunerated for the damage done. In order to make a claim, you should be able to demonstrate that you were not at fault for the injury to your jaw, and that the accident took place as a result of someone else’s negligence.
It should also be noted that in order to make a claim for injuries sustained in a workplace accident, it must have taken place within the past three years. If you are unsure about whether or not you qualify to make a claim, we have expert advisers available to assess your case and answer questions over the phone.
Make a Rotherham accident at work claim for a jaw injury
To get a rough idea of the amount your solicitor can help you receive, fill in our online claims calculator to get a rough estimate right away.
This tool issues a no-obligation quote based on the basic details of your accident, helping you to see what you may be missing out on if you do not make a claim. With a Rotherham accident at work claim, you can receive money in compensation not just for the injury, but also for the financial impact it has had, along with any psychological or emotional trauma it has caused.
If you have broken your jaw in a serious accident or as a result of an assault, you may be especially prone to post-traumatic stress, which can impede your quality of life even further. If you were not in any way to blame, you should not be rendered to living with the painful and sometimes long-term consequences without proper compensation. To find out more about how an Accident Advice Helpline solicitor can help you make a successful claim, call us today on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone for free, no obligation advice about making a claim.
Date Published: 16th October 2014
Author: David Brown