Fractures can be one of the most painful and yet perhaps one of the most common types of personal injury claims that you could look at making. A fracture can occur in many situations, but regardless of the circumstances if you have sustained a single fracture through no fault of your own then you could be eligible to make a compensation claim to cover any costs that you have incurred.
Although a fracture might not seem like a big injury or be particularly painful, it could put you in a position where you are unable to perform common tasks, or where you might be left out of pocket after being unable to work if you do find yourself in this position then you could be eligible to make a claim.
In general a single fracture refers to a fracture which involves a single break or fracture of the bone. This could be a full break which might result in the bone dividing into two pieces or a partial break which may result in the bone becoming splintered.
There are many different circumstances which could lead to you sustaining a single fracture and some of the most common examples of this include:
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