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Hairline Fracture Compensation Claim

If you want to start a claim for hairline fracture compensation then get in touch with Tylers Solicitors today for expert knowledge and advice you need to know when filing a hairline fracture compensation claim.

Filing hairline fracture claims requires a high level of skill to ensure you’re putting your best foot forward when filing claims of this nature which is why we recommend you speak to the experts and know your rights from day one, when dealing with your hairline fracture injury.

Talk to Tylers Solicitors today (freephone) on 0800 699 0079  and discuss your hairline fracture compensation claim. Alternatively, if you’re on your mobile phone, you can call 0333 577 0320, which is free to call with free minutes on your mobile phone. We are a no win no fee hairline fracture personal injury solicitors.

What is a Hairline Fracture?

Hairline Fracture can be defined as a break in a bone and normally starts as a very thin crack that with time gets bigger due to pressure exerted on the bone. A hairline fracture can also be known as a stress fracture. This mostly affects the bones in the toes, ankles, hip or foot.

Athletes are commonly affected by these types of injury as athletic activities involve much strain on these areas of the body. Though these injuries often occur in athletic sporting activity, there are many alternate causes and circumstances for hairline fractures. A hairline fracture must be treated quickly to avoid further bone breakage or damage.

How much compensation can I claim for a hairline fracture injury?

Hairline fracture compensation claim amounts vary and are dependant on the cause of the injury, the circumstances and the severity of the injury. Hairline fractures can occur on various parts of the body and the extent of the damage caused varies from one person to another.

Courts also look at how injuries will affect the injured parties life when determining the amount of compensation the injured party should receive. For example, if your injury will lead to life long deformity, you’ll be entitled to more and vice versa.

If you’ve suffered a hairline fracture injury which wasn’t your fault, no matter how mild or severe your injury: contact Tyler’s Solicitors today and let the expert analyse your case- you may be entitled to life changing amounts.

How to tell the symptoms of a hairline fracture and how to get diagnosed?

The most common and visible symptom of hairline fracture is a dull pain on the area of the fracture. The pain gets more intense during walking activity, when standing or during exercise because of the pressure exerted on the affected area.

You may also experience swelling of the fractured area, a tingling sensation around the affected area or inflammation, bruising and swelling.

If you’ve administered symptoms of this nature, get in touch with your doctor as a matter of urgency to avoid symptoms and your general health condition from worsening.

Next, we’d advise you contact our friendly team here at Tylers Solicitors urgently for information, advice and guidance on the steps needed to ensure your claim is of the strongest form possible. If possible, take as many photo’s as possible of both your injury and the circumstances surrounding your injury as this evidence is often pivotal to successfully winning a hairline factor compensation claim.

Are you a No Win, No Fee claims solicitor for Hairline Fracture Injuries?

Here at Tylers Solicitors, we support a no win, no fee guideline as we’re confident in the claims we support. So, if you’re looking for a no win, no fee expert solicitor for your hair line fracture injury, contact Tylers Solicitors today and let us support and represent you in your battle for justice.

A no win no fee claim is also known as a conditional fee agreement whereby you only pay legal fees on the condition that you win the case. If you win the case you will pay the fee in two portions which include basic fee and success fee. Although you will enter a no win no fee agreement, there are some fees that you will be required to pay when they arise. These include medical report fees or even court fees- all of which are fully explained before any contract signing, by our team of intellectual solicitors.

Where can I find out more information about a hairline fracture compensation claim?

As far as hairline fracture compensation is concerned, you can find some information online by checking out the NHS website though the best thing to do is contact a solicitor firm who can analyse your injury alongside your specific circumstances and give you a more informed idea of the compensation you can receive.
Alternatively, you can log onto The Law Society website where you can find some more generic information.

How to make a hairline fracture compensation claim?

Hairline fracture injury is classified under personal injury. The first step is to seek legal advice from well experienced solicitors about the claim. Here at Tylers Solicitors our team of legally trained advisor’s will advise you on how to file for a claim. In fact, they will be able to determine from the onset whether you are entitled for compensation or not. They will also let you know the amount you are likely to be awarded.

How long until I can claim for Hairline Fracture Injuries?

There are usually limits on the period of time that one can claim compensation for a hairline fracture. The limits vary due to a number of factors such as the nature of the fracture. The limit is usually 3 years from the date of injury diagnosis. If the fracture is due to illness, then it will be three years from when you noticed you had the injury. However, in special cases an extension of the time period can be considered. Besides, the time limit does not apply to children.

It is important to note that you are entitled to hairline fracture compensation as long as there is enough evidence to show how you got the injury and it was not your fault. All you have to do is seek services of experienced personal injury solicitors.

Contact Tylers Solicitors today!

If you would like to make a compensation claim for a hairline fracture case then call Tylers Solicitors today for a no-obligation chat on (freephone) 0800 699 0079 today!

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