Dislocation Compensation Claims
Dislocated something after an accident that wasn’t your fault? Claims National can help you receive the compensation you deserve.
A dislocation is when one of two bones that meet at a joint is knocked out of place. This is usually caused by a blunt force or impact to a joint area. Dislocations can be confused with fractures due to the level of pain and similar symptoms. A bone that has been knocked out of its joint or socket can lead to ligament and tendon damage or other soft tissue injuries.
Any bone that is connected to a joint can become dislocated, although the most common dislocations are those involving the shoulders, hips and the fingers.
At Claims National, we specialise in providing you with the legal help for your Dislocation Compensation Claim while supporting you after your accident.
Your case will be dealt with professionally and confidentially. Once we have accepted your claim, rest assured that whatever the outcome, you will not pay a penny for our legal fees. We will take your case on a ‘No Win, No Fee’ basis and you will receive 100% of the compensation.
Dislocation can be caused by a number of different scenarios. Slips trips and falls could cause you to obtain a dislocation injury, by landing on a particular joint, such as the elbow, jaw, or shoulder.
Accidents at work could also be the instigator of your dislocation injury. These accidents could be due to working at heights, working with dangerous machinery, or lifting and carrying heavy objects.
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Dislocation injuries are considered as serious injuries, as they can cause faults in your blood circulation. If you have obtained a dislocation injury, then you should seek medical help and advice immediately. If you are provided with medical attention, you will most likely receive a splint or cast to help the bones to heal properly, and in most cases, you will be recommended physiotherapy treatment, to help rehabilitate your bones, and get hem moving again.
Making a claim for compensation could help cover the costs of medical supplies, therapy, rehabilitation and the collateral damage of your dislocation injury. Compensation would also cover any time off work you may have had, and your loss of earnings.