Broken or Fractured Pelvis Compensation Claims

If you have experienced a pelvis injury, we understand that it can be an extremely costly undertaking due to medical costs and time off work. Not only do you suffer from great pain, but also can be of a great hindrance towards your daily activities

The bone structure below the midriff is called the pelvis. This bone is responsible for the joining of the upper body with the legs. It is also responsible for leg movement by the ball and socket joint mechanism. Your hips are very important in supporting mobility, and injuries to it can result in temporary or permanent disability.

If your injury was a result of a criminal act of violence, an accident, or medical negligence, you are likely eligible for a legal compensation claim.

Can I Claim for a Broken or Fractured Pelvis at Work?

People who have accidents in the workplace that lead to injuries usually make compensation claims against their employer. Many work environments that deal with heavy machinery and loads are the leading cause of pelvis injuries.

Can I Claim for a Broken or Fractured Pelvis After a Car Accident?

Collisions with other cars and/or barriers that result in pelvis injuries (such as a broken or fractured pelvis) can also be valid compensation claims.

Is It Possible to Claim for Slips, Trips and Fall Accidents?

These accidents can result in devastating injuries. If this occurs in a public place, the owner, council or highway authority will be the responsible party.

Filing for compensation is an intricate process, and to get maximum compensation that you deserve requires a knowledgeable solicitor. Compensation claims following an accident are generally made due to physical pain and financial losses which was not their own fault.

Can I Make a Claim for Financial Loss Following My Broken, Fractured Pelvis?

Following your accident, you are entitled to claim for any and all financial expenses incurred by the accident. This includes income loss, and any other costs contributing to the caring of your injury. In order to file for an accurate claim, it is important to keep records and receipts of all services. From those details, we will then work accordingly to acquire compensation.

Am I Able to Claim for Physical Suffering and Pain?

After a thorough medical examination and report that details all incurred injuries, our trusted solicitors will file for court settlements. The claim will include costs for treatment, rehabilitation, symptoms, and disabilities that may arise as a result of the injury.

Having to deal with limited mobility as a result of the pelvis injury is difficult. If the injury was caused by another party, it can be even more frustrating.

Navigating through the legal jargon of compensation can be a cumbersome task, especially when you have a broken or fractured pelvis to take care of. However, getting the right solicitor to take care of the process is an important step in getting a good start to ensuring a smooth transaction to get you what you deserve. Our experienced solicitors can be just who you are looking for and who are needed to make the process of making your claim so much easier for you.

In time you will have all expenses covered and have a peace of mind knowing that your recovery will not cause any damage to your financial security.

Please call Tylers Solicitors today to make your compensation claim. Our number is 0800 699 0079 or if you have freephone minutes on your mobile phone then you could call us on 0333 577 0320.

Need more information? Don’t worry, our expert claims solicitors will advise you along the way

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We accept Nationwide compensation claims

No matter where you were injured in the UK, Tylers Solicitors are just a telephone call away from giving you expert advice about your compensation claim. If you would like to contact us about claiming compensation in the UK then telephone 0800 699 0079 today for a no obligation chat.