Making a claim for broken leg injury compensation should be a straightforward process. If fact, there are a number of things in the process that have the potential to go wrong – possibly leaving you under-compensated and facing financial hardship. Most people will not have had any previous experience of applying to the Injuries Board for broken leg injury compensation and this is why, when making a broken leg injury compensation claim, it is always in your best interests to use the services of an experienced personal injury claims solicitor.
One of the issues with making a broken leg injury compensation claim to the Injuries Board Ireland is that there is little opportunity on their application form to integrate into your claim expenses you have incurred due to your accident, or any loss of earnings. With a claim as serious as one for broken leg injury compensation, there are bound to be ongoing costs – should you be unable to work or drive for example- which are difficult to integrate into the application form to the Injuries Board Ireland.
Making a Broken Leg Injury Compensation Claim
Consequently, when you are making a broken leg injury compensation claim, not only do you have to worry about attaching the documentation to support your claim for broken leg injury compensation, you also need to compose a covering letter justify all the special damages that you are claiming for. At a time when you may still be in shock or pain from your broken leg injury, it is safer to put the submission of your claim for broken leg injury compensation into the hands of a solicitor who has substantial experience in such claims.
A solicitor will also be able to represent you in court should litigation be required to resolve your claim. This may occur if the negligent party denies his responsibility for your injury, claims that you contributed to it be your own lack of care, or should the Injuries Board Ireland produce an assessment for your broken leg injury compensation claim which is unacceptable to you or the negligent party.
There is also the chance that you will be approached by the negligent party´s insurance company with an offer of early settlement for your broken leg injury compensation claim. These offers can be attractive inasmuch as they provide you with an immediate settlement. However, they are rarely appropriate to the injuries you have suffered, and by having a solicitor intervene on your behalf, a more appropriate settlement should be forthcoming – often before the Injuries Board Ireland announces their assessment.
Free Broken Leg Injury Claim Advice
If you have sustained a broken leg injury in an accident for which you were not wholly to blame, you are invited to call our free broken leg injury claim advice service on 1800 911 940. You will be able to discuss your entitlement to broken leg injury compensation directly with an experienced personal injury claims solicitor, and receive some helpful and practical information.
Our lines are open from 8.00am to 10.00pm, seven days a week, and there is no obligation on you to proceed with a broken leg injury compensation claim once you have spoken with us. All calls to our free broken leg injury claim advice service are completely confidential, so if you have sustained your broken leg injury in a work accident and want to avoid a potentially awkward confrontation on your return to work, this is the best way to go about it.
Call us now on 1800 911 940 or if you cannot speak now please fill in the form on the left and we will call you back.
Our Promise to You:
- 100% Free consultation with an experienced personal injury claims solicitor
- 100% Clear, helpful and practical advice about your entitlement to claim
- 100% Accurate information with regard to special damages you can claim
- 100% No obligation to proceed with a broken leg injury compensation claim
What You Can Expect When You Call
We have been offering advice to our clients for more than twenty years, and appreciate the physical trauma you will have recently experienced and the concerns you may have about supporting your family financially.
We will ask you to explain to us how your broken leg injury was sustained, what treatment you are receiving for it and how long it is anticipated until you make a full recovery.
Most importantly, we would like to know the impact your broken leg injury has had on your quality of life and ability to work, drive and perform regular household duties.
We will establish wherever possible that you have a claim for broken leg injury compensation that is worth your while to pursue, explain the procedures to you and advise you how much broken leg injury compensation we would expect you to receive.
Before we conclude each initial conversation, we will summarise what has been discussed, ensure that you have understood our answers to any questions you have asked us and provide you with a list of options for your consideration.
You are under no obligation to act on any of our suggestions, and many of our clients have found it helpful to discuss their options with family and friends before proceeding with a claim for broken leg injury compensation.
If those discussions raise further questions about your broken leg injury compensation claim, you are of course welcome to call us again. However, we would advise against delaying your initial call to our free advice service for too long.
Claims for broken leg injury compensation are limited in time from the date on which the injury was sustained. You would not wish to be disqualified from your entitlement to broken leg injury compensation, so call us today on 1800 911 940 to find out more about your claim.
If you would rather that we call you, please leave your contact details in the call-back form at the foot of the page and one of our experienced personal injury claims solicitors will get back in touch with you at a suitable time.