If you’ve suffered a broken bone in any type of accident our lawyers can help you make a No Win, No Fee compensation claim.
According to Osteoporosis Australia, an Australian will break a bone every 3 minutes and 24 seconds. Many of us will break a bone (or many) in our lifetime. Though thousands of Australians will suffer a broken bone, the circumstances surrounding how that came to be can be complex. In fact, it can take a toll on our mobility, mental health, and daily life.
If a medical professional diagnosis you with a fracture it doesn’t mean you’ve suffered a less critical injury. Fractures, just like broken bones, ranging from a single fracture to an open break or crush (bone fragmentation.)
Before you claim, you should gain a medical assessment before you call us. This will help the specialist get a better idea of your injuries. A generalised definition (broken arm, shoulder, etc.) will help us assess your eligibility.
If your doctor didn’t diagnose your fracture properly, it lengthens recovery time. If you believe your fracture was misdiagnosed by your doctor, call us for free today and we’ll put you in touch with one of our experienced personal injury lawyers.
A bone in the human skeleton can become broken or fractured, however, some parts of the skeleton or more susceptible to breaks and fractures. Below are some of most common.
Please don’t worry is we haven’t mentioned your injury in the list above as we will more than likely still be able to help.
Below are a few common accidents that result in broken bones.
If you cannot identify your accident, help is still available to you.
As long as your injury was not the fault of your own, we can assist you. Let’s talk about your experience now on 1800 106 107.
Suffering a broken bone or fracture in the workplace is fraught with emotion – your workplace should be subject to strict Occupational Health and Safety laws and regulations, designed to prevent such incidents. If your workplace did not take adequate protections to prevent your injury, call us to discuss the matter further.
If you’ve suffered a broken bone at your workplace, this could mean they failed to uphold their responsibilities to you as an employee.
This could mean that your employer:
One concern many people have is that a claim will affect their standing at work or their future prospects. Though we can’t predict every outcome, give us a call to talk through potential results of a claim with one of our experts or fill out one of our online forms and we’ll call you right back.
We know that anyone that’s been a road traffic accident can be left seriously injured and worried about being a passenger, driver or cyclist again for a long time.
Road accidents can cause Post Traumatic Stress, as well as cause serious physical injuries and lifelong disabilities.
If you suffered a broken bone or fracture due to external negligence or lack of attention in a road accident, then you could be entitled to claim compensation for your fracture plus the financial stress your accident brought upon you.
Some examples of when an accident is someone else’s fault are:
We also deal with accidents involving pedestrians. If you were struck and injured by a motor vehicle or cyclist while walking, we are able to assist.
Whatever occurred, call Australian Accident Helpline’s motor vehicle lawyers can help.
If you’ve suffered a fracture or broken bone in an accident that wasn’t your fault, it’s essential to choose a specialised, expert lawyer to handle the claim.
Australian Accident Helpline Personal Injury screen and select the top lawyers in personal injury claims. Our combined knowledge is a wealth of personal injury litigation experience.
We can make on-the-phone assessments as to your eligibility for a personal injury claim, and whether you can claim risk-free using a “no win, no fee” agreement.
If you believe you are the victim of negligence or an accident that may have been preventable, you could claim compensation.
Our lawyers provide confidential and no-obligation advice if you are considering claiming compensation for a fracture or broken bone.
We investigate your claim by asking simple but thorough questions about your injury, how it took place, and other matters vital to the success of your claim.
We’ll also ask about your accident and injury to understand the full extent of your claim and circumstances.
We understand talking about a traumatic experience can be daunting. We only need to know preliminary facts about your case to make an assessment.
If you’re ready to speak about your accident call us on 1800 106 107.
It’s probable you’ll be able to claim compensation if you answer the following affirmatively:
In some cases, defining who is at fault is unclear but our specialists can help you make that determination in minutes for you.
Injuries take time to heal which means incurring considerable costs to you which may include (but are not limited to):
If so, your lawyer will consider this when calculating your compensation.
Compensation may also cover peripheral injury impairments, such as:
Though broken bones are common, they are not something we expect to suffer.
To find out how much compensation you could be entitled to, call us or make your own assessment online using our compensation payout calculator.
The sudden impact a broken bone can have on your work and home life can cause financial, professional, and relationship stress.
If you feel ready to speak to one of our experts about your injury, we are here to listen. In fact, you could be speaking them within minutes.
There will be no pressure to start your claim whatsoever. If you do decide to claim, you’ll be one step closer to your compensation today.
Our lawyers are committed to getting you maximum work-related injury compensation. Every day we help people injured in no-fault accidents start their journey to compensation.
You will receive tailored advice regarding your situation and be able to speak with a lawyer who specialises in cases like yours.
At the end of our phone call, it’s up to you whether you wish to take things further or not. If you do, we can provide you with first-class legal representation anywhere in Australia.
We handle all claim for compensation on a strictly no win, no fee basis so win or lose, you won’t be left out of pocket.