Broken Fibula Injury Compensation Claim

The fibula is the secondary bone between the knee and ankle. It is the bone to which all the muscles of the leg are attached (such as the calf muscle) and, as such, plays a very important role in a person´s mobility. When the fibula is broken, an extended period of rest is necessary and it could mean a lot of time away from work. If your broken fibula has been caused by somebody else´s negligence, you are entitled to claim for any loss of earnings or other expenses you incur as part of a broken fibula injury compensation claim.

The “basic” value of a broken fibula injury compensation claim is calculated by the Injuries Board Ireland after you undergo an independent examination. Their assessment is based on the “Book of Quantum”, which lists compensatory amounts of broken fibula injury compensation subject to the severity of your injury and damage to surrounding nerves, tendons and muscles. Any expenses you incur, or loss of income you suffer, as a result of your broken fibula injury need to be added to a broken fibula injury compensation claim to ensure that you receive the correct settlement.

Making a Broken Fibula Injury Compensation Claim

This is why it is always in your best interests to use the services of an experienced personal injury claims solicitor when making a broken fibula injury compensation claim. The area on the application form to the Injuries Board Ireland is particularly inadequate for an explanation of the expenses incurred due to your injury, and a solicitor will know how to claim your full entitlement. Sometimes the special damages you are entitled to claim can add up to more that the basic value of a broken fibula injury compensation claim, so it is worth ensuring that you claim everything you are due.

A solicitor will also be able to represent you in litigation, should the negligent party deny their liability for your injury or claim that you contributed to it by your own lack of care. A broken fibula injury compensation claim may also have to be settled in court if the assessment by the Injuries Board Ireland of your broken fibula injury claim is unacceptable to you or the negligent party, and all claims for broken fibula injury compensation which involve children have to be approved by court before payment of any settlement can be paid.

Free Broken Fibula Injury Claim Advice

As you can see, there are a number of scenarios where a solicitor is necessary when making a broken fibula injury compensation claim and it is better if a solicitor is involved in the claim from the very beginning. Therefore, we have established a free broken fibula injury claim advice service, which you can call seven days a week between 8.00am and 10.00pm and discuss your claim for broken fibula injury compensation with an experienced personal injury claims solicitor. There is no obligation on you to proceed with a broken fibula injury compensation claim once you have spoken with us and all calls to our free broken fibula injury claim advice service are completely confidential.

Call us now or if you cannot speak now please fill in the form on the left and we will call you back.

What to Expect When You Call

We have been advising clients on claiming personal injury compensation for over twenty years, so when you call our free broken fibula injury we will understand the physical trauma that you recently experienced, and possibly anger or frustration you now feel at being immobile.

We will listen courteously and carefully as you explain to us how your accident happened, what treatment you received at the time and what ongoing care you are receiving. We would like to also know who you believe is responsible for your broken fibula injury and why.

We will establish, wherever possible, that you have a claim for broken fibula injury compensation which it is worth your while to pursue, advise you of the procedures involved and how long they should take, and how much broken fibula injury compensation we would expect you to receive.

You are of course, welcome to ask any questions in relation to a broken fibula injury compensation claim and, before the conclusion of each initial telephone conversation, we will ensure that you have understood the answers we have given, along with any further advice we have offered.

You are under no obligation to act on any of our suggestions, and many of our clients have found it helpful to have a little time to discuss their options with family and friends. If these discussions raise further questions, you are more than welcome to contact our free broken fibula injury claim advice service again.

The important thing is that you do not delay making your initial contact with us. Broken fibula injury compensation claims have a fixed time limit before they are disqualified, and you could lose your entitlement to compensation if you leave it too long.

If now is not a convenient time to speak with us, kindly complete your contact details in the call-back box at the foot of the page and one of our experienced personal injury solicitors will get back in touch with you.