How much is my broken bone claim worth?
Broken bones can mean anything from a broken toe to a broken leg, so how much money you might get depends on how serious your injury is. Find out what it might be worth with our 30-second claims calculator or call one of our friendly advisors on 0800 175 7900.
Will I have to pay to claim for my broken bone claim?
If an accident wasn't your fault, we believe you shouldn't have to pay up front to claim rightful compensation. So we handle 98% of broken bone cases as No Win No Fee claims. So we only get a fee when we win the compensation you deserve. That makes claiming for broken bones easy and worry-free, because you'll never be out of pocket because of legal fees.
Will I have to have a medical for my broken bone claim?
It all depends. If you have x-rays and a medical report from the time of your accident, and have made a full recovery, you may not need to. But in some cases we will send you to see a doctor at our expense, who will find out exactly how bad your break was and work out how long it might take for you to fully recover. This means we can claim compensation for you based on solid medical evidence.
Will I have to go to court for a broken bone claim?
Claims like those for broken bones are usually dealt with between lawyers and insurance companies. If someone else was at fault for your injury, it's quite rare for there to be a court hearing. In fact, you don't even have to come to one of our conveniently located offices to make your claim if you don't want to; we're always happy to help our customers claim via telephone and by post if they prefer.
What sort of broken bone injuries can I claim for?
Even a broken finger or toe can cause a lot of pain, trouble and expense. So if you have broken a bone or multiple bones and it wasn't your fault, we are here to help you claim the compensation you deserve. Some of the most broken bone compensation claims we often help with include:
- Broken toes: caused by unsafe pavements
- Broken legs: caused by slips, trips and falls at your workplace
- Broken ankles: caused by slips, trips and falls in public
- Broken legs: caused by slips, trips, falls and car crashes
- Broken legs: caused by reckless or violent illegal football tackles
Whatever bones you broke, if someone else was at fault for your accident, you have a right to claim compensation. If this has happened to you, talk to one of our friendly advisors today about claiming the compensation you deserve.
What can I claim for?
While some broken bones cause more pain and expense than others, if you have broken bones in an accident that was someone else's fault, you could claim compensation for lots of things, including:
- Pain and suffering
- Loss of earnings
- Hospital visits
- Medical expenses
So if you have suffered pain and suffering – and lost money – due to breaking bones in an accident that was someone else's fault, ask one of our friendly advisors about starting your compensation claim today.
Who's to blame for my broken bone?
You have the right to be safe whether you are at work, out at the shops, or playing sports. Naturally, accidents happen, and sometimes no one is to blame. But if you have suffered a broken bone or broken multiple bones, and someone else is at fault, you have the right to claim compensation. Some of the broken bone claims we often deal with include:
- Workplace injuries: due to defective machinery or safety equipment
- Slips and trips: due to slippery or uneven floors in a public place
- Road accidents: when you have been hit by a car or motorbike
- Sporting accidents: where a reckless illegal tackle caused an injury
If your broken bones were caused by any of these things - or someone was at fault for another reason – you need to talk to one of our friendly advisors about making a No Win No Fee claim now on 0800 175 7900.
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