Sedgemoor Accident at Work Claim

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In the human body we have 206 bones all of which are susceptible to fractures. A fracture occurs when a physical force stronger then the bone is exerted onto the bone. If you are diagnosed with a fracture it means you have suffered from a break or crack to your bone or bones. In most cases a fracture can easily be realigned and put into a cast to heal.

However if you have suffered from something called an open fracture then you will have damaged the actual skin as well which means that the bone is visible through the skin. This will need to be treated with antibiotics to make sure there is no chance of infection and the skin itself will need stitches. All bone fractures can be very painful and you are most likely to need pain relief for anything from a few days to a few weeks.

Suffering from any fracture can suddenly make life very difficult, you may not be able to work, to drive, to cook, to clean, to shop for food, and maybe not even be able to walk or use the bathroom alone. In some cases this can also leave its victims with emotional trauma.

If you suffer from a fracture while you are at work in an accident that was not your fault you may be eligible to make a Sedgemoor accident at work claim for compensation and to reclaim any extra expenses caused by your injuries such as travel expenses, prescriptions, childcare and much more.

If you are thinking about making a Sedgemoor accident at work claim for injuries sustained in an accident at work, then firstly you need to check that you meet the criteria to make a personal injury claim. The criteria for making a claim is: the accident must have not been your fault. It must have happened in the past three years and you must have sustained injuries that needed professional medical treatment.

To start a Sedgemoor accident at work claim

At Accident Advice Helpline we ensure that the needs of our claimants are always put first and that you the victim will always receive the best possible care and attention. We now have over 14 years of experience in making personal injury claims making us one of the leading personal injury law firms in the country. So our knowledge and expertise can only help you to have a stronger case if you want to go ahead and make a personal injury claim.

To start a claim simply call and speak to one of our friendly and helpful advisors on the free phone number 0800 180 4123 today. Alternatively check out the website and use the online calculator to get an estimated compensation figure and then one of our advisors will be prompted to give you a call.

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