Broken Bones and Fractures
WHAT IS BROKEN BONES AND FRACTURES?
A fracture is a break usually in a bone. If the fractured bone punctures the skin, then an open or compound fracture. Fractures usually occur due to car crashes, falls, or injuries from sports. Certain causes include low bone density and osteoporosis, which causes the bones to weaken. Overuse can lead to stress fractures in the bone which are very small cracks.
Symptoms of a fracture are:
- Intense pain
- Deformity – the limb looks out of place
- Swelling, bruising, or tenderness around the injury
- Numbness and tingling
- Problems moving a limb
In a number of causes, fractures occur. They are a common form of injury that can vary from mild to serious, and it is a serious fracture that causes a whole host of problems. We prefer to believe that an injury like a broken arm is a slight inconvenience that we can heal from within a short span of time and without any ill effects. Although in some cases that is valid, there are circumstances where the injury is sufficiently severe to have a devastating impact on both the injured person and their families.
If you have suffered a Fracture that was not your fault, please contact our team of specialists or fill in our online claim form to begin your claim and it takes minutes that one of our legal experts will be in touch within 24 working hours to discuss your case.
MAKING A CLAIM FOR COMPENSATION FOR A SERIOUS FRACTURE
Choose a law firm or lawyer from our company who understands the issues surrounding such claims. He or she will have information and experience about claims for a severe injury and can support and direct you through the process of claims. They will treat the argument with discretion, empathy, and the highest degree of professionalism as well.
Compensation cases rely upon their being facts to prove that someone else’s death was caused by neglect or lack of treatment. If there is evidence to support that, and you are not responsible for the injuries in any way, then you have a better chance of success.
COMPENSATION DEMAND IF YOU HAVE A BROKEN BONE OR A FRACTURE WHILE AT WORK
There are several different forms of breaks and fractures that you can experience in the workplace, from a broken sternum to a broken humerus. If you’ve suffered a broken bone or fracture while at work, and you think your employer is liable, you’ll have grounds for a lawsuit for personal injury. This is because all employers are legally responsible for maintaining a good and safe job. For example, if they failed to do so, if they did not provide you with sufficient training or if they failed to carry out a risk assessment, then you deserve compensation. These accidents can occur in any work environment, but we’ve helped a lot of people search specifically for broken leg compensation payouts and a broken ankle compensation payout in the construction industry.
COMPENSATION DEMAND IF YOU HAVE A FRACTURED BONE OR INJURY WHILE IN A PUBLIC PLACE
A lot of people get in touch with us when they were hurt when they were in a public location. It could be anything from a library to a grocery or department shop. You simply have to prove that whoever is responsible for the area has not taken sufficient care to ensure accidents do not occur. It is necessary to decide about whom you will be arguing about. We also helped people launch several lawsuits against supermarkets, including broken shoulder cases, when they fell on a damp floor that was not clearly labeled. You may also consider that your case against the council needs to be made.
For example, we have supported people who have suffered a broken hip due to a pothole. When you’re uncertain who would be responsible for your public location, don’t worry we will explain further.
HOW TO START CLAIMING FOR A BROKEN BONE OR FRACTURE
You may wonder how you can make a claim for this form of injury. In all cases, the procedure is the same. If you’ve suffered from a fractured thumb, a broken wrist, or a fractured movie, all you need to do is call us and we’ll take it from there. One of our professional advisors will hold a free consultation with you, without any obligation. This gives us the ability to bring questions to each other. We want to know as much as we can about what happened to you so that we can help you the best we can. We’re also going to talk to you through the No Win No Fee approach we’re also working on, and we can make sure you’ve got a local doctor if you need that.