Broken Bones and Fractures

Broken Bone and Fracture Solicitors

Fracture and Broken Bone Solicitors near you

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Broken Bone and Fracture Claims

If you have suffered a broken bone or fracture (a crack in your bone) as a result of another party who acted negligently, you are entitled to make a compensation claim.

At The Personal Injury People, we support clients and their loved ones who have suffered as a result of a fracture or broken bone.

Typically, the cases we work on stem from:

  • An accident at work where the employer has a legal duty of care but failed to provide adequate protection.
  • An accident in public where another person acted negligently, for example in a road traffic accident.

However, these circumstances are not exhaustive, and if you believe you have a claim, it is vital to seek the appropriate legal advice promptly following your accident.

If you want to find out if you can make a compensation claim, contact our team for a free, no-obligation consultation to discuss your case. Call 0800 731 7555 or complete the enquiry form to get in touch.

Areas we cover

Head and Brain Injury

Injury Resulting in Amputation

Broken bones and fractures

Fatal Accidents

How Can We Help?

Serious Injury Solicitors

Anyone who suffers a fracture or broken bone may be eligible for a compensation claim, provided it can be proven that it was caused by negligence of another party.

Typically, we see cases associated with broken or fractured ankles, arms, elbows, feet or toes, fingers or thumbs, hips, jaw, knees, legs, ribs, shoulders, spine, skull and wrist.

Our solicitors operate on a no-win, no-fee basis. We have assisted countless clients across the UK in obtaining compensation following an injury and will do all we can to ensure you obtain the compensation they deserve.

Broken Bone Solicitors

No set amount of compensation will be paid to you following an accident that resulted in a broken bone or fracture. Like all compensation following a personal injury, the amount payable will depend on:

  • How long it takes to recover from the fractured bone.
  • Loss of earnings and potential loss of future earnings.
  • Medical expenses for ongoing care and rehabilitation.
  • The cost of home adaptations as a result of the individual’s requirements.

It is essential to act quickly as there is a time limit by which a claim must be started within three years of the date of the accident. Getting in touch with The Personal Injury People promptly is vital. Our experienced personal injury solicitors would be more than happy to assist you.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What would any compensation possibly cover costs for?
Aside from financial compensation, providing ‘after the event’ support is just as important as getting the right medical treatment as this helps you to live as normal a life as possible. If successful, spinal injury compensation claims can assist in covering the cost of household bills if you’re unable to work, they can finance on-going rehabilitation programmes or provide the funds to adapt your home so that you can move back in after treatment.
How can you help me with my claim?

Due to the nature of spinal injuries, the legal process of making a claim for compensation can be very complex and require a solicitor with specialist knowledge. We’ll deal with all aspects of your claim and where liability isn’t disputed we’ll liaise with the appropriate treatment and care providers so that your recovery times are as short as possible. 

As part of our holistic approach to care, we can even introduce you, and those close to you, to support groups that can help you come to terms with the consequences of your back injury. We also work on a no win, no fee basis to ensure we obtain the maximum possible award for your spinal injury compensation.

What's after the event insurance?

In certain circumstances we may recommend that you take out an insurance policy which is known as After the Event Insurance (ATE). After The Event Insurance is insurance which covers the legal costs and expenses involved in litigation.

The fees relating to After The Event insurance can vary and are deductible from the damages awarded should your claim be successful. Further information in respect of After The Event Insurance will be provided in our client care information.

What's a risk assessment?

Upon receipt of your instructions, in relation to your accident claim, we’ll advise what, if any, documentation/information is required from you to enable us to complete the risk assessment.

Assessing the risks involved in litigation is a key element of a Conditional Fee Agreement. It’s a crucial step when trying to determine the likelihood of success in any particular case and will involve consideration of all the available evidence. We’ll complete a risk assessment within two working days of receiving the required documentation/information and advise you of the outcome.

You won’t be charged for us to carry out a risk assessment, but if your claim is successful, we’ll look to recover the costs incurred on your behalf from the negligent third party.

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