Comminuted Fracture? – How Much Compensation? – National Cases – Call Us > 0800 699 0079 – £££
If you want to start a claim for comminuted fracture compensation then you should discuss your case with a specialist lawyer who deals with comminuted fracture cases such as Tylers Solicitors. This will ensure that your comminuted fracture compensation claim has the best chance of success, because Tylers Solicitors have the competence and professional expertise required to process a claim for comminuted fracture sufferers.
If you want to proceed with your comminuted fracture compensation claim then you should call Tylers Solicitors (freephone) on 0800 699 0079 who can then proceed to talk you through your comminuted fracture compensation claim. Alternatively, if you are 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 comminuted fracture personal injury solicitors.
There is a common misconception amongst people that a fractured bone is not a major injury since it is just a small crack. They believe that the bone must be snapped in two for it to be considered a serious injury. In medical terminology, any type of broken, crushed, or cracked bone is considered a fracture. If you are injured, you could suffer from a broken arm, broken ribs, broken leg, broken finger, or even a broken toe. These are indeed a serious injury and if left untreated could cause brain damage which can lead to mental impairment, permanent disabilities, and even death. A claim for compensation helps ensure you can get the professional treatment you need to make a full recovery or improve your living standards.
Dealing with Fractures
If you suffer from stress fracture, you need not worry. However, it causes significant discomfort and can become serious if it is left untreated. Most doctors will advise you to avoid putting pressure on the injured area until the symptoms of the problem reduce.
Some injuries may be complicated and will require surgical operation to open the part of the body that is injured. The bone may be splintered and the surrounding tissues or jagged bone may require cleaning up. At the time, it may be necessary to insert plates, pins, or wires to stabilise the fracture and allow healing to occur. The patient may need another surgery to remove the plates and screws. This may cause a great deal of pain and residual scarring.
Where a fracture involves a wrist, knee, hip, thumb, finger, or elbow joint, the risk of arthritis increases and can lead to permanent disability in the future. Any fracture must be examined by an orthopaedic consultant, who will identify the extent and nature of the problem and the possible future risks.
Some of the potential expenses that victims may have to incur are care and physiotherapy cost, expenses on medical aids, and the expenses incurred in modifying a car or house. At times, victims may also lose their job because of their disability.
If you have suffered a fracture or broken bone due to an accident which is caused by someone else’s fault, you have a right to claim compensation. To find out how we can help you, contact us today.
What is a Comminuted Fracture?
Comminuted is different from traditional fracture because it involves the bones being broken in several places. While traditional fractures can be repaired quickly because only one area has to heal, comminuted fracture is difficult to fix and may take several weeks or even months to heal. The bones in the injured area are splintered or even crushed into pieces. It may require several surgeries and replacements of certain parts, before the healing process can start.
Comminuted Fracture Claim
If you are a victim of a comminuted fracture that is caused by negligence of another person, you are eligible to make a compensation claim. This claim can be filed against a number of different people. For instance, you can file a claim against your employer if you are injured in the workplace, against the council if you have sustained injury on public land, or against the driver or road user in the event of an accident.
How to start a comminuted fracture claim
If you or an acquaintance has suffered from comminuted fracture because of someone else’s negligence, call us to get the best claim advice. Since there are strict limits in place to make a comminuted fracture compensation claim, we suggest you call us immediately.
How can we help you?
If you are planning to make a compensation claim, it is a good idea to get in touch with a good legal expert. We are experts in personal injury matters and have several years of experience in dealing with compensation claims involving fractured or broken bones. We will study your situation and advise you whether or not you have a valid compensation claim. Our specialist will be happy to assist you through the process of making a claim and will be happy to answer your queries.
Combining our experience and wealth of knowledge can make the compensation claim procedure easy. We will guide you throughout the claim process and will ensure that you get all the support you need. To find out more about our team, and how we can help you, call us today on or email us at.
Contact Tylers Solicitors today!
If you would like to get compensation for a comminuted fracture claim case then call Tylers Solicitors today for a no-obligation chat on (freephone) 0800 699 0079 today!