Broken legs are amongst the most common injuries sustained in accidents, but sometimes it’s the case that somebody else is actually to blame for your injuries. Working out who’s to blame for a broken leg isn’t always as simple as you might think, but if you have been injured in an accident that you believe was somebody else’s fault, you might find you’re eligible to claim personal injury compensation.
The best way to find out more is to get in touch with a reputable personal injury lawyer within three years of your accident – that’s where Accident Advice Helpline can help you. We have over 16 years’ experience helping people claim for all kinds of injuries, from broken legs to head injuries, and we’re confident we can help you too.
How did you break your leg?
That’s usually the first question we’ll ask you when you get in touch with us. Working out who’s to blame for a broken leg starts with establishing the facts surrounding your accident and how it happened. For example, perhaps you slipped on a wet floor whilst working in a factory and fractured your leg. Maybe you tripped over boxes left lying around in a shop and broke your leg, or maybe you were injured in a car accident caused by a dangerous driver. In all these scenarios, you could be entitled to receive compensation for your injuries as well as any financial losses you’ve suffered. That means if you have taken time off work, we could help you get compensation for your lost earnings.
Working out who’s to blame for a broken leg
Even if you’re not sure who’s to blame for a broken leg from your accident, we can help you. It may be that your employer is held liable for your injuries, if you were hurt in an accident at work, or maybe another driver caused your accident and they could be ordered to pay you compensation. You can get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline to find out more about making a 100% no-win, no-fee claim by calling us today on 0800 689 0500 (or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile).
Our experienced personal injury advisors can offer you confidential advice, and as we mentioned earlier there are no upfront fees to pay if you decide to go ahead with a claim. However you have been injured, there’s no obligation to proceed, so you have nothing to lose by getting in touch with us.
Date Published: 27th November 2016
Author: Rob Steen