From losing your job to your quality of life, breaking your bone at work can severely affect your life in many ways. You may have to spend a lot of money out of your pocket. But you shouldn’t be suffering all these miseries if the fault isn’t yours. Contact us to claim compensation for your broken bone in the UK.
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After a workplace accident that broke your bone, you may have plenty of questions in your mind about how to handle the situation, your eligibility for the claim and the average compensation for broken ribs or other bones. Let’s get started to get answers to the most frequently asked questions about broken bone claims in the UK.
First, let us know what a fracture is. A bone is said to be fractured when it gets cracked but doesn’t snap completely. When a bone completely gets split into two pieces, it is said to be a broken bone. Both fractured and broken bones are excruciatingly painful and you can claim compensation in both cases.
A fractured or broken bone claim is the compensation money given to the victim of a workplace accident who has broken their bone in a workplace accident. Like other types of accident at work claims, it covers all the expenses incurred because of a broken bone. Plus, it also compensates for the pains and sufferings a victim goes through because of the accident.
To claim compensation for a broken bone, you have to prove that the accident was caused due to the negligence of someone else. If you are entirely at fault, you may not be eligible to claim a settlement amount for it.
For example, you have broken your jaw in a workplace accident due to a lack of safety at work. Here, you can claim broken jaw compensation from your employer. The compensation for a broken jaw will depend on how severe your injury is and how it has affected your life.
You can also claim fractured bone compensation if you are partly at fault for the accident. In this case, your compensation money will be deducted as per your share of fault.
There are a lot of accidents that can fracture or break your bone at work. But here is a list of some of the most common causes of broken bones at work.
No matter what broke your bone at work, you can claim compensation, if the negligence was not yours.
Here are the most common types of broken injury claims people make in the UK.
There can be other body parts as well that can be broken in a workplace accident and you can claim compensation for them like broken femur compensation. So contact us no matter which bone you have broken.
If it’s your unlucky day and you have fractured or broken your bone at work, here are a few steps you should take to increase the chances of getting your compensation money.
Contact us after the accident to avoid all the hassles mentioned above. We will analyse your case and our experts will cater to all the things on your behalf.
As previously mentioned, a fractured bone compensation claim compensates you for all the expenses you had to bear because of your accident. Let’s have a look at the type of expenses commonly covered in broken bone settlements.
There are a lot of things on which the compensation money depends. The two most important ones include the type of fracture and the body part you have fractured.
Let’s have a look at the average compensation for a fractured or broken bone at work in the UK.
|Type of Fractured/Broken Bone Claim||Broken Bone Settlements|
|Severe Fractured skull claim||£264,650 - £379,100|
|Moderate skull fracture||£14,380 - £264,650|
|Mild skull fracture||£2,070 - £11,980|
|The average settlement for broken nose with Multiple or serious fractures||£9,990 to £21,700|
|Broken nose settlements for simple fractures||Up to £4,790|
|Serious Neck fracture or fractured spine||£61,710 to £122,860|
|Numerous facial bone fractures||Up to £34,480|
|Frontal facial bones le fort fractures||£22,350 to £34,480|
|Fractured cheekbone settlement||£9,570 to £14,810|
|compensation for a broken jaw||£6,060 to £42,730|
|Fractured shoulder claim||£10,450 - £45,070|
|Average compensation for broken ribs||£3,710 - £140,870|
|The average settlement for broken collarbone with no ongoing pain (broken clavicle settlement)||£2,000 – £4,000|
|Broken collarbone compensation payouts if there is ongoing pain (clavicle fracture compensation)||Around £10,000|
|The average settlement for fractured humerus||£11,980 to £18,020|
|Fractured vertebrae||£36,390 to £65,440|
|Fractured forearm||£6,190 to £18,020|
|Fractured wrist settlement||Up to £9,620|
|Severe fractures to fingers||Up to £34,480|
|Serious injury to middle fingers or ring finger||£8,550 to £11,480|
|Fractured index fingers||£13,970 to £15,330|
|Fractured thumb||Up to £4,461|
Here is the average compensation you can get for a broken or fractured lower body part at work.
|Type of Fractured/Broken Bone Claim||Broken Bone Settlements|
|Average compensation for a broken pelvis||£36,770 to £122,860|
|The average settlement for a broken femur||£8,550 to £13,210|
|Broken patella compensation requiring Total Knee Replacement||£22,340 to £82,080|
|Broken fibula workers comp settlement for a simple fracture||Up to £11,110|
|Broken tibia and fibula compensation||£8,550 - £127,530|
|Severely Fractured foot settlements||£39,390 - £65,710|
|Moderately Fractured foot compensation||£12,900 - £23,460|
|Mildly fractured foot||£2,300 - £12,900|
|Fractured ankle compensation||£12,900 - £65,420|
|Broken toe settlement||£9,010 to £12,900|
If you have some other type of fracture claim which isn’t mentioned above, like calcaneus fracture settlement amount, don’t fret. Get in touch with our experts to know how much you can claim for your fractured bone at work.
Lawswood Claims helps you claim compensation for a broken or fractured bone at work on a No Win No Fee basis. It is a risk-free agreement between you and us where you won’t have to bear the risk of losing anything. Let’s see how it works.
We don’t charge you anything before and during the claim process. You will only have to pay our predetermined fee after getting compensation money in your account. In a rare case, if the claim is unsuccessful, you won’t have to pay us anything.
To claim your fractured bone compensation, get in touch with us. Book your FREE appointment with us by Whatsapp, email, talking to our chatting team, filling the form or calling us directly. Our experts will examine your case and let you know about your eligibility for the claim and the average compensation you can expect for your broken bone. After the agreement, we will start the injury claim process on your behalf.
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