If we didn’t have bones we might be a bit like jelly fish, but like with many of our bodies systems, they need help to make them work. In the case of our bones they have:
- Ligaments which attach them together and are usually found at the ends of bones.
- Muscles which help them to move
- Tendons which attach the muscles to the bones
Our bones, and what are known as our soft tissues, together allow us to stay upright, carry our weight and allow us to move with as much ease as we do.
Any of them can be very easily damaged in an accident that was not your fault, and if this has happened to you, contacting Stevenage no win no fee accident lawyers is the way to get the compensation you are legally entitled to.
The injuries to bones and soft tissues that might result in a Stevenage ‘no win, no fee’ accident claim
Because of the way our bones and soft tissues work together, if anyone of them is damaged it can restrict your movement as well as cause you pain. Most of us will know of someone that has had a broken bone or a sprain, which is usually what the soft tissue damage is, and will realise that in most cases the injury has been caused in an accident.
Just some of the causes of injuries to them are:
- A direct blow
- Excessive pressure
- Forceful exertion
- Excessive twisting
These things can happen in any sort of accident, and the victim could suffer pain and stiffness for quite a while. Usually they eventually make a full recovery, but sometimes victims can be left with a weakness wherever the broken bone or sprain has occurred.
Locating Stevenage no win no fee accident lawyers
If you sustain any type of injury in an accident that was not your own fault, as long as you needed to seek medical attention, you have a legal right to compensation. You should contact Accident Advice Helpline for expert Stevenage no win no fee accident lawyers as soon as you can. Claims must be made within three years of teh date of the incident otherwise your claim could be time barred.
We have been helping innocent victims for over 14 years, making sure the get the maximum amount of compensation for their circumstances. Every accident, injury can victim is different, and every aspect of a claim need examining closely to make sure it reaches its full potential.
Some victims like to know roughly how much they are likely to get before they start a claim, but at this stage it is impossible to say as there are so many things that can affect it. We can give you an estimate though, and you can get this by answering four simple questions on our 30-second test.
No everyone likes to use computers though, so there is also the option of calling our freephone helpline and speaking to our friendly advisers. Call free on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone.
Date Published: 7th November 2014