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Broken Bone & Fracture Claims

Broken bones and fractures are injuries that are commonly suffered. We understand the pain and frustrations broken bones and fractures can cause, especially when the accident which caused them wasn’t your fault.

Our team of expert personal injury lawyers can help you make a broken bone compensation claim for your accident, ensuring you not only get the broken bone and fracture compensation you deserve but also the best available support and advice to ensure you make the best possible recovery after the traumatic accident.

Common broken bone & fracture accidents

Broken bones and fractures can be suffered as a result of a variety of accidents. We have years of successful experience in dealing with fracture claims for accidents such as:

  • Accidents at work, including slips and falls from heights
  • Horse riding accident, including falls and being crushed by a horse
  • Children’s broken bones and fractures in school or nursery accidents
  • Accidents in shops or restaurants
  • Gym accidents
  • Tripping/slipping accidents

If you’ve suffered a broken bone or fracture in any of the above accidents, or another accident that wasn’t your fault, request a no-obligation call back from our friendly team of personal injury lawyers to discuss your broken bone and fracture compensation claim.

How much is your broken bone & fracture compensation claim worth?

As well as securing compensation for the broken bone or fracture injury you suffered, our dedicated team of lawyers will also ensure that any financial losses you suffer because of the injury are covered, which could include medical care and lost wages due to the time you’ve taken off work as a result of the injury.

The compensation amount is dependent upon the severity of the broken bone or fracture, how long it will take you to recover and whether any surgery is needed. It will also depend on the part of the body that is broken or fractured, which could include:

  • Face, including nose, cheekbones and jaw
  • Back and ribs
  • Arms, elbows and wrists
  • Hands and fingers
  • Hips and pelvis
  • Legs and ankles
  • Feet and toes

No Win No Fee Broken Bone & Fracture Compensation Claims

If you’ve suffered a broken bone or fracture from an accident that wasn’t your fault, you may be entitled to make a compensation claim which we could deal with for you on a no win, no fee basis. This means that if in the unlikely event that your case is unsuccessful, you won’t have anything to pay. If we do win your claim, you pay us a success fee from your award. So, what’s to lose? Start your claim today!

Working with us could not be easier!

  • Get in touch

    Take a look around our site to find out what your claim may be worth. When you are ready, get in touch with our friendly staff to begin your claim.

  • Making the claim

    One of our dedicated, fully experienced lawyers will handle your claim. You will deal with the same person throughout, ensuring that trust is built.

  • No Win No Fee

    We operate on a no win, no fee basis. Once the outcome has been decided, we take care of everything for you.

  • Start your claim today

    At Actons Personal Injury Solicitors, our clients are the priority. So, why not go ahead and start your claim with us today?

What's the benefit for you?

  • 0% Client Satisfaction Rate
  • No win, no fee
  • Fully experienced lawyers
  • National coverage
  • Maximum compensation
  • Expert, friendly advice

What is my claim worth?

What your claim is worth depends on a number of factors. We have broken down the different injury types into categories to help you find out.

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