A single broken bone takes a long time to heal, so multiple fractures take even longer. Use our personal injury solicitor to file a claim for compensation following medical negligence, a road traffic accident, or an accident at work. To learn more about multiple fracture compensation cases, read on.
Multiple injury claims are the result of serious accidents. Major trauma accidents happen every day for different reasons. A car accident will, most commonly, cause major fractures to the body, as will osteoporosis which affects 3 million people in Britain1. If the injury was not your own fault, you can seek compensation from the guilty party. The first step to starting your multiple fracture compensation claim is employing our personal injury solicitors to handle your case. Our experts will listen to you, answer all of your questions and give you free and impartial advice about your injury matter. We operate on a No Win No Fee basis and we will discuss our success fee with you before we begin. This means you won’t pay a single penny until we win your case.
1 Office for Health Improvement & Disparities, 2022: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/falls-applying-all-our-health/falls-applying-all-our-health
Took place within the last three years
Caused you harm
Was caused by someone else (partially or wholly)
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Osteoporosis is one way you can receive a broken bone with not much impact. Other ways you could receive multiple fractures include:
You cannot claim compensation for every accident you have. The accident which caused the multiple fractures must not have been your fault. For example, if you were driving the car which caused the accident, you would not be entitled to any compensation, but if the accident was due to someone else’s negligence, our helpful personal injury experts will help you make a claim.
If you want to begin filing a claim for compensation due to multiple fractures, you will need the advice of our expert personal injury solicitors in the UK. Seeking an initial consultation is free and gives you more information on what to do next. Once you have made a decision to proceed, we will work on a no win, no fee basis, so you don’t pay for anything until we win your case.
Our solicitors will listen to what has happened and how it has affected you. They will then help you back up your claim by going through the process of gathering evidence. They will speak with witnesses and put together a comprehensive plan regarding your case. The experts will then present your evidence to the judge. The judge considers your information and the information supplied by the third party before a decision is made as to who is at fault. They will then leave your solicitor and the opposite party’s solicitor to determine a settlement fee. Remember, we don’t charge for initial consultations and you won’t pay anything until the successful conclusion of your case.
The actual sum you receive depends on many factors such as the extent of the injury sustained, the cause of the injury and what your ongoing expenses are. You can claim for pain and suffering, loss of income, and any long-term impact your fractures have on your life. Seeking compensation is the best way to ensure you have the capital to go through operations and concentrate on your recovery. Whether you endure broken bones from an accident at work, through medical negligence, or due to a road traffic accident, our friendly team of personal injury solicitors will listen to your experience, answer all your questions, and come up with a plan to maximise your compensation.