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Multiple Fracture Injury Lawyers Glasgow, Scotland

A fracture is another term for a broken bone. This type of injury usually occurs as a result of a high force impact, for instance, where you are involved in an accident at work using heavy machinery, a collision on the road or a car hits you as a pedestrian. Fractures can be painful and often require immediate medical attention to be put right – as well as rehabilitative care afterward, including physiotherapy. If you have suffered a multiple fracture injury in an incident that was caused by someone else’s negligence, you may be able to claim compensation for your pain, suffering and losses. Contact the expert solicitors at Jones Whyte Law today to find out how we can help.

What Types of Fracture can you Claim for?

There are two main types of fracture:

  • simple or closed fractures; and
  • compound or open fractures, in which the bone pierces the skin.

As well, you may suffer a hairline fracture, which is a crack in the bone rather than a full break. Fractures can result in limb shortening, and surgery may be required.

Compensation for Multiple Fracture Injuries

The damages figure that the experienced solicitors at Jones Whyte are able to claim for you will depend on the severity of your injury. The worse your injury is, the worse the impact on you and the more compensation you ought to receive.

Our solicitors will claim damages based on:

  • your pain and suffering, both when the injury occurred and during your recovery;
  • your loss of earnings, where you have had to take time off work as a result of your injury – both in the immediate term and in the future;
  • any care or rehabilitation costs you have incurred;
  • any loss of amenity you have suffered, which means the effect on your mental and physical ability to do the things you enjoy; and
  • any childcare costs you may have incurred.

Where you have suffered multiple fractures, this will obviously mean that more careful calculations are required to establish the full value of your claim.

We will assess the medical reports from the doctor who attended to you following your injuries, and in some cases arrange for an independent medical assessment in order to strengthen your case. You can rest assured that with Jones Whyte on your side, you have a dedicated team of solicitors devoted to obtaining the maximum level of damages possible.

Contact our Multiple Fracture Solicitors in Glasgow, Scotland Today

The team at Jones Whyte specialises in multiple fracture claims and we have the expertise and dedication necessary to ensure you have the best prospects of successfully pursuing compensation. However severe your fracture injury is, and however many you might have sustained, the experienced solicitors at Jones Whyte are ready to help you bring a claim for compensation. Contact us to discuss your options and find out what we can do to help.

At Jones Whyte, we pride ourselves on our forward-thinking approach and ability to create highly effective strategies for our clients. We operate throughout Scotland and offer an open door policy and legal services tailored to your needs and budget. For legal advice and assistance from solicitors who will always put your best interests first, please contact us. Our head office is in Glasgow, call 01413751222 today, or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

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