Broken leg compensation
A broken leg injury can be one of the most painful and leave the victim with severe difficulties dealing with day to day tasks. Broken leg compensation is available if the accident was not your own fault. The accident may have happened at work, in a road traffic accident or in a public place. A slip or trip accident is another main cause of a severe leg injury and for people to contact us. If following an accident involving your leg, you feel pain, weakness, tingling, severe sharp pains, swelling or bruising from the foot, ankle, leg or hip area you may have broken the bone and need x-rays to confirm either way. We handle many claims where the injured person has a severe leg injury involving ligaments, tendons or broken bones. The Accident Advice Bureau help innocent injured people, claim the 100% compensation* they deserve, for the leg injury, without any risk.
Broken foot compensation
Many foot injuries are caused playing sports and come down to the injured persons own fault. When the accident is due to your own fault, it is not possible to make a claim. However, we are often contacted about a broken foot injury which happened at work, in a traffic accident or a slipping accident which wasn't the persons own fault. Following an injury to the foot, it may swell, become severely bruised and feel hot. If these symptoms are felt, it would be worth seeking medical advice. A severe foot injury will make daily life very difficult and with weight being put onto the foot could delay the recovery time. For a foot injury which was not your own fault, you can claim and receive 100% compensation*. The compensation claims we work on for a foot injury are handled on a no win no fee basis.
Broken arm compensation
There are three main areas of the arm that are broken these are the humerus, ulna and the radius. A broken arm can seriously affect someone's daily life and put upon others to help them throughout the day. Some of the symptoms of a broken wrist or arm are, swelling and bruising, pain or tingling, the arm could also feel week, go numb or look crooked. If these arm symptoms are felt, and it is following an accident then the arm could be broken and it would be worth seeking medical advice where x-rays may be taken and a cast applied if necessary. If you have injured your arm and it is broken or there is ligament, tendon or muscle damage, we could help you claim compensation for your arm injury.
Broken finger compensation
A finger injury can leave the person with pain and suffering for many weeks or months depending on the severity of the injury. The fingers are often painful and movement is restricted in cold weather following an injury. Many of the finger injuries that happen are due to a work accident, especially on a building site. A finger or thumb injury is also common due to a slip or trip accident, when the persons hand is put out in front of them to break the fall. A broken finger compensation claim can be made if the accident was not your own fault. To receive compensation for your finger injury, of the full amount, without any deductions*, contact us today.
Fracture compensation awards
A medical assessment may be required to help determine the exact level of fracture injury compensation you will receive based on the extent of your injuries and length of suffering. This will be arranged by your solicitor and is usually local to where you live. To see examples of injury compensation awards, please click on the link for our Compensation Estimator above.
How to claim for a fracture injury
The Accident Advice Bureau make the process to claim for a leg, foot, arm or finger injury very easy and ensure that by winning your claim you will receive 100% compensation*. For example, if you are awarded �9,000 you will receive �9,000. If your accident claim is not won, you will pay absolutely nothing! We also claim for any loss of earnings you may have had, damage to clothing, travel expenses and home help if required. These expenses are on top of the compensation awarded for your injuries. You will have the peace of mind knowing your injury claim will be worked on by one of our personal injury specialist solicitors with a No Win No Fee agreement in place.
Every year, thousands of people have reason to submit an accident claim for a foot, leg, arm or finger injury. Many of the sufferers, with our help, receive the injury payment due. The claims we take on are handled on a No Win No Fee and therefore no risk basis.
Whatever the cause of the accident, please contact our friendly staff today. We will discuss the accident circumstances with you, assess the claim and advise you of the next step. Please call us, use our quick contact form to the left or alternatively use our claims form by clicking here: Fracture Compensation.
Seeking Compensation for Broken Bones
It is a common misconception that a fractured bone is a minor injury involving a small crack and that a broken bone is a more serious injury leaving a bone completely snapped in two; but, this is not the case.
In medical terms, any type of cracked, broken or crushed bone is referred to as a fracture regardless of its severity. And there are various kinds of bone fractures.
While any bone in the body can be broken, some of the most common are leg, arm, wrist, ribs, nose, finger and toe fractures.
A bone injury can overwhelm a family's finances. So if you have fractured a bone as the result of an accident which was someone else's fault, you can seek compensation.
Some of the most common kinds of these are broken leg compensation, broken arm compensation and broken foot compensation.
Broken Leg Compensation
There are many circumstances in which people seek broken leg compensation, or make a claim for similar injuries. You should definitely seek broken leg compensation if you break a leg at work.
For example, a pipe fitter and welder won �75,000 in broken leg compensation when he fell from ladders at work. His badly broken leg needed six leg operations. In such cases, broken leg compensation is not about the grasping 'compensation culture' but legal entitlement and financial necessity. In this case, the broken leg compensation reflected the extent of the injury and the disruption to daily and family life.
You may also need to consider broken leg compensation for a slip, trip or fall or other kind of accident in a public place.
At the Accident Advice Bureau, if you are considering a claim for broken leg compensation, we can offer sympathetic, professional advice on a No Win, No Fee basis. This means you genuinely keep all the broken leg compensation you win if you are successful, while losing nothing if your claim for broken leg compensation doesn't succeed.
Broken Foot Compensation
You may have read about the roofer who successfully claimed �8.200 broken foot compensation after he fell at work because scaffolding was in an unsafe condition.
Broken foot compensation is often this high because the feet and ankles are vital for everyday activities, and broken foot compensation recognises that if you have a broken ankle or foot, you might not be able to go to work or function normally. Along with the disruption to your life, a broken foot is also extremely painful, and broken foot compensation recognises this.
As with broken leg compensation and broken arm compensation, at the Accident Advice Bureau we can only help you with your claim for broken foot compensation following an accident which was not your fault. (If you've broken your foot in a sports injury, for example, we can't help you claim broken foot compensation.)
But, if you've suffered a broken foot at work, or following a fall in a public place, or in a vehicle accident, we can help you seek broken foot compensation. As with claims for broken leg compensation and broken arm compensation, we don't charge you for our services. No Win No Fee means just that. If you win �5,000 in broken foot compensation, that's exactly what you get to keep. If you don't win any broken foot compensation, on the other hand, we don't expect a penny from you.
Pick up the phone or log on to our web site, and talk to us today about your broken foot compensation claim.
Broken Arm Compensation
The three principal parts of the arm which can be broken are the humerus, ulna and the radius.
Along with claims for broken leg compensation and those for broken foot compensation, we can help with your claim for broken arm compensation.
Broken arm compensation recognises the great disruption to daily life a broken arm can mean. You may need someone to help you throughout the day with the simplest tasks, and broken arm compensation can help pay for this.
As with other kinds of fracture, you may be seeking broken arm compensation following a workplace accident, a vehicle collision or an accident involving a trip or fall somewhere public. As long as you were not at fault, we can help secure you the maximum broken arm compensation to which you are entitled.
We'll have a solicitor work with you on your broken arm compensation case, and make the whole process of claiming broken arm compensation as easy as possible.
And it's not just broken arm compensation we can help with. You may also be able to make a claim for ligament, tendon or muscle damage.
Equally, on top of your broken arm compensation, we may be able to secure you extra money for travel, damaged clothes or other expenses.
Talk to us about your claim for broken arm compensation before you talk to anyone else.