Broken Femur Injury Compensation Claim

The femur is the strongest and thickest bone of the human body, and only breaks after a massive impact to the thigh. The femur connects the hip bone to the knee, and it is vital for a person´s mobility and to support the upper body. Where the upper part of the femur connects to the hip, a broken femur injury can cause permanent disability and has been known to be responsible for fatalities among elderly victims. Therefore, a broken femur injury compensation claim has to be managed with great skill to ensure it incorporates any expenses that a plaintiff will potentially face in the future.

Broken femur injuries usually occur in a road traffic accident or fall from great height. They often require extensive surgery, the insertion of a metal rod to support the broken leg and prolonged therapy to enable the injury to heal completely. The injury is likely to result in an extensive period of absence from work, and in many cases this can cause financial hardship to a family through the negligent act of another road user or employer. Ensuring that a broken femur injury compensation claim fully integrates any loss of earnings is one of the main reasons that 90% of people chose to use a solicitor when making a broken femur injury compensation claim.

Making a Broken Femur Injury Compensation Claim

The importance of using the services of an experienced personal injury claims solicitor when making a claim for broken femur compensation cannot be understated. Due to the potential value of such a claim, insurance companies will advise their clients not to admit liability for your injuries, and may even approach you themselves with an inadequate offer of broken femur injury compensation in return for early settlement.

There is a strong possibility of litigation in a broken femur injury compensation claim, and a solicitor will prepare the strongest case possible – even at the point of completing the application form to the Injuries Board Ireland – to ensure that you receive your full entitlement of broken femur injury compensation should your claim have to go to court.

Free Broken Femur Injury Claim Advice

With so much at stake when making a broken femur injury compensation claim, it is important that you have expert advice to assist you with your claim. Consequently, we have set up a free broken femur injury claim advice service, which you invited to call if you have sustained a broken femur injury in an accident which was not your fault.

Our lines are open seven days a week between 8.00am and 10.00pm. By calling our free broken femur injury advice service, you will be able to discuss your claim for broken femur injury compensation with an experienced solicitor in complete confidentiality and with no obligation on you to proceed with a broken femur injury compensation claim.

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Our Promise to You:

  • 100% Free consultation with an experienced solicitor
  • 100% Helpful and practical advice in clear English
  • 100% Accurate information about the value of your claim
  • 100% No obligation on you to pursue legal action

What to Expect When You Call

One of the elements of our service most commented on by our clients is our understanding nature. We acknowledge that when you call our free broken femur injury claim advice service, you will have recently undergone an extreme physical trauma.

Consequently, you will find us courteous and willing to listen carefully as you explain how your accident happened, tell us about the treatment you received for your injuries and what physical therapy you are undergoing or planning to have in the future.

We also need to know what impact your injuries have made to your quality of life and those around you. The special damages attached to a broken femur injury compensation claim can often by equal to, if not more, than a compensation settlement for your injury, so it is important that you tell us about this.

Depending on the severity of your broken femur injury, and who is liable in your claim for broken femur injury compensation, we should be able to advise you how much broken femur injury compensation we would anticipate you receive, the process for claiming it and how long it should take.

Before we conclude our initial conversation, we ensure that you have no further questions for us and that you have understood the answers and advice we have given you. You are under no obligation to proceed with a claim for broken femur injury compensation or act on the suggestions we have made.

One piece of advice you should follow, is to call our free broken femur injury claim advice service as soon as possible. Under the Statute of Limitations, you only have two years from the date of your injury in which to make a broken femur injury compensation claim.

As cases are prepared to the highest standard, it may take a considerable to compile a claim for broken femur injury compensation, and you should not risk your entitlement to compensation by failing to seek experienced legal help from our free broken femur injury claim advice service.