Tell me more about… a fractured femur from slips, trips and falls in Dalston
- Where is the femur?
This is the incredibly strong thigh bone, with many in the medical profession telling us this is a very hard bone to break. For the femur to fracture, either the patient has underlying medical issues or the person has received an exceptionally high impact to this this area of the body.
- This is no ‘ordinary’ break or fracture
If you have suffered a fractured femur, you will know that this is not a simple break. It can be a life-threatening injury, with severe bleeding that may need surgery to not only stop this haemorrhaging but also the insertion of rods to aid the healing of the femur. This can be caused by slips, trips and falls in Dalston or anywhere else in the UK.
- Why our expert could help you if you’ve fractured your femur from slips, trips and falls in Dalston
As we have already said, it is virtually impossible to break this bone in a simple slip or fall, therefore it must be as a result of high impact incident, such as a serious car accident, a fall from height or some other trauma.
- How did you receive your life-threatening injury?
Fractured femurs are just one of the many injuries that AAH, along with their expert solicitors deal with on a daily basis. We help customers claim the compensation they are entitled to but, there are some things we need to know from you first.
This is why contacting AAH on 0800 689 0500 is the important first step in your compensation claim journey.
Take the test!
You can take our brilliant compensation calculator test either online by logging on to our website or by calling us, and chatting to one of our friendly, knowledgeable advisers. If it seems your compensation claim is eligible to proceed further, we will refer your case to one of our in-house personal lawyers and their team. Just put all the details about any slips, trips and falls in Dalston where you’ve suffered injury, into the form on our website and let us do the rest.
And then what happens?
Your expert, specialist will contact you for the details of your case, including the circumstances of the accident or incident, who was at fault, the injuries you received as well as the treatment you had to undergo at the time, as well as possibly in the future.
This is forms one part of your compensation claim, the actual injury itself but, a fractured femur and other serious injury rarely come along autonomously. They are usually accompanied by pain, swelling and other medical issues.
Likewise, your personal lawyer will also need to know about any other expenses that you may have had to pay out as a result of your accident, anything from transport ‘fees’ through to the prescription charges payable in England.