A stress fracture is a tiny crack in a bone, no really serious enough to be called a break, but still painful and irritating and requiring treatment. If you already have a stress fracture then you are at more risk of gaining another fracture as well, so it is important that you know how to treat the fracture and look after the injured area until it has recovered.
- Know the symptoms. Symptoms of a stress fracture are much more subtle than that if a more serious fracture. You will find that you have pain which gets worse after physical activity, but decreases when you are at rest. There may also be swelling and tenderness in a specific area.
- Build up to normal physical activity. Walking, running and other exercise should be gradually built up to, meaning that you take it very slowly to begin with and only exercise minimally until you can feel that your pain is easing up.
- See a doctor regularly. This will help you to know when your fracture has healed fully.
When you can make a no win no fee* in Broadhembury claim
In the case of any fracture, no matter how small, you should be entitled to make a no win no fee* in Broadhembury compensation claim if the fracture was caused by the negligence of someone else. The best way to make a claim is to speak to a personal injury lawyer, who knows the law better than you do and will be able to put together a no win no fee* in Broadhembury case which is more likely to be successful.
Accident Advice Helpline has many years of experience in the field of no win no fee* in Broadhembury compensation claims and works with experienced and dedicated personal injury lawyers, who work on 100% no win no fee* basis to get you the compensation you deserve. You can call the helpline 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on 0800 689 0500 to speak to the team about your accident, and make a start on your claim.
You are under no obligation to proceed with your no win no fee* in Broadhembury claim after your initial phone call, but if you do then your lawyer will work on your behalf so you shouldn’t have to go to court.