Broken/Fractured Humerus? – How Much Compensation? – National Cases – Call Us > 0800 699 0079 – £££
If you were recently involved in an accident, somewhere in the UK like in London or Manchester, that was not entirely your fault, and you ended up with a fractured humerus, then a broken humerus compensation claim is something you should consider. Even if the accident occurred within the past three years and you were just waiting to make a complete recovery, you still have the right to make claims for your broken humerus. If you fall into this category, then you may be eligible to make a claim. To do so, then please call Tylers Solicitors today on 0800 699 0079, and we can guide you through your compensation claim.
If you want to proceed with your Broken/Fractured Humerus compensation claim, then you should call Tylers Solicitors freephone on 0800 699 0079, and we can then proceed to talk you through your Broken/Fractured Humerus injury 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.
How your humerus might get fractured?
If you have never actually injured your humerus before you might be wondering how you could end up with the injury, just in case you have to make a claim. A humerus fracture is the result of one of two causes:
- You may fracture your humerus (such as a greenstick fracture) as a result of an indirect blow. For instance, if you fall at a business venue due to a slippery floor and land on your arm, it may result in a distal humerus fracture.
- You may also fracture your humerus as a result of a direct blow to the humerus, especially in an automobile accident that is not entirely your fault.
Are you eligible to claim broken humerus compensation?
If you want to succeed in making a claim for compensation, then you will have to prove that someone’s direct actions, or negligence of someone who owed you a “duty of care,” resulted in the fractured humerus that you sustained.
People like all those drivers on the road, your employer, and proprietors of any place that is publically accessible owe you a “duty of care.” Local councils also owe you a “duty of care” to keep pavements and roads in a safe condition. The failure of any of these people in their duty of care, if it results in you breaking your humerus in an accident will mean that you have the right to make a compensation claim.
How can you prove negligence?
It will not be as easy as it may seem to prove that someone else’s negligence was the cause of your broken or fractured humerus. Whether you had broken your humerus within the past three years or if you suffer such a misfortune in the future, gathering evidence of negligence is probably not going to be your priority.
Of course, it is possible to use things like accident reports, CCTV video and witness statements in support of claims for broken humerus compensation. However, you will probably not be able to bear the burden of gathering all of this information while you are recovering.
Therefore, using the services of a professional injury claims solicitor will most likely be in your best interests if want to or have to make a claim for compensation in the future. A solicitor will have plenty of experience in assisting clients with proving that a third party is liable for their broken or fractured humerus and will have knowledge of most effective ways of gathering evidence of negligence.
Why use a solicitor for a broken humerus compensation claim?
As long as your claim for compensation is considered to have a good probability of success, your claim will be undertaken by a ‘no win, no fee’. This means that you will not have to pay your solicitor anything if you do not succeed with your claim.
The strongest possible claim for compensation will be constructed by your solicitor on your behalf. A Letter of Claim will also be sent to the negligent party and negotiations will be conducted with their insurers so that the maximum compensation settlement is
Even if the third party denies liability for your broken humerus or if the third party decides to dispute the amount of a compensation settlement you are eligible for, you will also be represented in court by your solicitor. Although such legal representation is not an assurance that you will be successful, but if you do use a solicitor, it will be more likely that you will win the case and receive the full compensation you are eligible for.
A broken humerus can certainly affect your lifestyle and recovering from such an injury is not easy, so claiming compensation will surely not make much of a difference nor will help. However, you still deserve to receive compensation for the inconvenience and pain you have gone or may go through. Therefore, you should take action and make a broken humerus compensation claim.
If you have suffered a broken or fractured humerus injury as a result of an accident that wasn’t your fault, then you may be able to make a claim. Call Tylers today on (freephone): 0800 699 0079 to see if you can make a claim today.