There are many degrees of injury when one is discussing a fractured bone injury. Some fractures are known as hairline, as they are so small they may not even show up on an x-ray. Other fractured bone injuries may require hospitalisation and surgery- plus a long rehabilitation period while the patient recovers. Because of these wide differences, it is important that whenever you sustain a fractured bone injury due to the negligence of another person, you seek professional legal advice before making a fractured bone injury compensation claim.
Of course, your first concern should be that of your health. Major fractured bone injuries will be obvious to you, and you will know to get to a hospital to receive treatment. However, symptoms of bruising, swelling and an aching pain in a specific area may indicate that you have a minor fractured bone injury, and it is in your best interests to have your injury examined by a doctor as soon as possible. Fractures which fail to heal properly can lead to years of discomfort in later life, and your attendance at a medical centre will be recorded in your medical records to support your fractured bone injury compensation claim.
Making a Fractured Bone Injury Compensation Claim
Claims for fractured bone injury compensation are made to the Injuries Board Ireland via their online application form, or on the paper form if the fractured bone injury claim concerns a child. Many people experience difficulty with claiming an appropriate amount of fractured bone injury compensation because of the limited amount of information regarding the special damages they may be entitled claim to in respect of out of pocket expenses and any loss of earnings. This is why it is always better to prepare and submit your fractured bone injury compensation claim with the assistance of an experienced personal injury claims solicitor.
A solicitor will also be able to advise you on the correct courses of action to take in the event of the party responsible for your injuries denying liability, or claiming that you contributed to them by your own negligence – reasons for the Injuries Board Ireland to decline your fractured bone injury compensation claim, and issue you with an authorisation to pursue your claim through the courts system. They will represent you in any resultant court action or if litigation is required due to the Injuries Board Ireland assessing too little for your fractured bone injury compensation claim.
Solicitors will also know how much fractured bone injury compensation you should expect to receive for your claim – a useful piece of knowledge if you are approached by the negligent party´s insurance company with an offer of early settlement. Frequently, these offers are initially much less than one would expect the Injuries Board Ireland to assess, and by introducing a solicitor into negotiations, you can be more assured of receiving fair and adequate fractured bone injury compensation.
Free Fractured Bone Injury Claim Advice
If you have sustained a fractured bone injury due to the lack of care of another person, you are invited to call our free fractured bone injury claim advice service on 1800 989 995, and discuss your case with an experienced personal injury claims solicitor. You will be able to ask any legal questions regarding your fractured bone injury compensation claim and receive some useful and potentially valuable information. All calls to our free fractured bone injury claim advice service are completely confidential, and you are under no obligation to proceed with a claim once you have spoken with us.
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What to Expect When You Call
We have been providing advice for our clients for more than twenty years and therefore not only appreciate the physical trauma you experienced when your injury happened, but how the consequences of such an accident can affect your quality of life.
We will listen carefully as you tell us how your fractured bone injury was sustained, what treatment you received for it and who you believe is the liable party in your fractured bone injury compensation claim. You are, of course, welcome to ask any questions along the way.
We will ascertain whether you have a fractured bone injury compensation claim which is worth your while to pursue, explain to you what the procedures will be for claiming fractured bone injury compensation and how long they will take.
Once we have looked deeper into your fractured bone injury claim, we should also be able to give you an indication of how much compensation for your fractured bone injury we would expect you to receive, and highlight any obstacles you may encounter along the way.
Before the conclusion of each initial call, we will summarise what we have discussed, ensure that you have no further questions for us and check to make sure you have understood the advice we have given you.
You are under no obligation to act on any of our suggestions, and many of our clients have found it useful to take a little time to consider our advice, or discuss it with family and friends, before proceeding with a claim for fractured bone injury compensation.
These discussions may lead you to have more questions for us, and you are welcome to call our free fractured bone injury claim advice service as often as you need. However, it would be foolhardy to delay making your initial contact with us.
Claims for fractured bone injury compensation are only valid for two years from the date on which you are diagnosed with the injury, so you should call our free fractured bone injury claim advice service on 1800 989 995 as soon as possible.
Our lines are open from 8.00am to 10.00pm seven days a week, and we also operate a call-back service if now is not a convenient time to talk with us. Simply complete your contact details in the form at the bottom of the page, and one of our experienced personal injury claims solicitors will get back in touch with you.