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How much compensation could you be eligible to claim after breaking your leg at work?

If you have suffered a broken leg at work due to no fault of your own, then you may be wondering just how you can secure justice for your traumatic experience.

Broken leg accidents can occur in the workplace following a number of incidents, such as tripping, slipping, falling or being trapped under machinery or other large objects.

If you were injured as a result of the negligence of your employer, then you may be entitled to thousands of pounds in accident at work compensation.

If you would like to learn more about the benefits of making a claim for compensation, and to discover whether or not you are eligible to make a claim, just call our specialist legal team today on 0800 01 54321.

Making a no win no fee broken leg claim is hassle free with our experts

Although leg fractures are fairly common in the U.K, this doesn’t take away the fact that they can be a massively distressing experience for those affected.

Suffering from a broken leg often has serious implications for your everyday life.  When your social, domestic and working life is adversely affected, there is more than just the pain of the injury to contend with.

On top of this, concerningly in more severe cases some broken leg injuries can lead to life-changing conditions.

So, if you have suffered as a result of an injury like this at work due to no fault of your own, then you have a right to secure justice via a no win no fee compensation claim.

Providing that the incident you suffered in has occurred within the last three years, then you may be able to launch a claim with the support of Your Accident at Work Claims’ experienced legal team.

Our no win no fee policy means that you will never be left out of pocket when making a claim with us, regardless of the result*.

So what is there to lose? Quickly discover whether or not you can launch a claim today by answering a few quick questions regarding your case and starting your claim online.

Average broken leg compensation pay-outs

There is no fee that is set in stone for suffering a broken leg at work. The amount that you receive will vary depending on how seriously injured you are.

Our guidelines on roughly how much you can expect to receive after suffering from a leg injury in the workplace are as follows:

  • Less serious broken leg injuries (from around £7,990 up to £24,340)

Less serious leg injuries are when fractures will have been suffered, however a reasonable or complete recovery has occurred or is to be expected.

  • Moderate broken leg injuries (£24,340 – £34,370)

Moderate leg injuries consist of complicated or multiple fractures or a severe crushing injury.

  • Severe leg injuries (£34,370 – £119,210)

This bracket relates to very serious injuries, such as where there is permanent deformity and/or loss of mobility. The figure you will be entitled to within this bracket depends on a number of varying factors. For more information, contact one of our legal specialists today.

It is also important to note that these figures account for only the injuries suffered alone. If you make a successful claim, you will also receive additional compensation when necessary for consequential losses, such as costs covering loss of income or medical care.

Launch your accident at work claim now!

The experts at Your Accident at Work Claims have over 30 years of experience in the personal injury sector, so you can be assured of getting the result that you want with our team by your side.

To begin your journey to justice today, just give our dedicated legal team a call today on 0800 01 54321.

Can’t speak over the phone right now? No problem, you can also contact us by providing us with a few of your details and starting your claim online.

 

*Provided that you comply with your responsibilities under the terms of our Conditional Fee Agreement and unless the court make a finding of Fundamental Dishonesty and you lose QOCS protection

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