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The facts on work fracture claims and how we can help you.
If you have had an accident over the last 3 years you could claim compensation
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Fracture injuries can occur across all lines of work in the UK. Heavy machinery, slips, trips and falls from height can lead to broken or crushed limbs. These injuries can require extensive treatment and rehabilitation. Injured workers can face long periods of uncertainty and lost earnings while they recover.
Employers have a responsibility to take steps in making the workplace secure and safe for employees and visitors. Your employer should have a policy of liability insurance to provide cover in the event that an employee is injured in the course of their duties.
Work Claims Bureau can help you through every step of the claims process, and where appropriate, put you in touch with the best medico-legal experts, care and rehabilitation providers.
Whatever the severity of your fracture injury, Work Claims Bureau have over 50 years’ combined experience in helping clients who have been injured in the course of their duties at work. We will ensure that we use our expertise to guide you through all stages of a personal injury claim, from submitting the claim to your employer’s insurer, obtaining quality medical evidence, through liability discussions and litigation to negotiating settlement.
The awards brackets shown* relate to the ‘general damages’ (this means the award for the injury and associated pain, suffering and loss of amenity). There are two elements to any award in a successful accident at work compensation claim: ‘general damages’ and ‘special damages’ (expenses and other material losses arising from the injuries).
Simple arm fracture injuries:
£5,810 to £16,830
Arm fractures where there is significant disability but there is a substantial degree of recovery:
£16,830 to £34,340
Arm fracture injuries resulting in serious and permanent disablement:
£34,340 to £114,810
Simple leg fracture injuries:
Up to £12,350
Leg fractures where there is significant disability but there is a substantial degree of recovery:
£15,750 to £24,340
Leg fracture injuries resulting in serious and permanent disablement:
£34,370 to £119,210
*Based on the 14th edition of the Judicial College guidelines
Losses and expenses can typically include:
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