Fractures in the workplace are not uncommon right around the UK and for many people they are perhaps one of the most common sources of a compensation claim. Depending on the type of accident that you are involved in and the type of impact that you sustain you could be left with a fairly serious fracture as the result of an accident in the workplace and if you do sustain a spiral fracture then there could be a long period of rest and rehabilitation ahead.
Spiral fractures are not uncommon but they can be difficult to treat and in many situations require a great deal of recuperation time. Accordingly, if you do find yourself in a situation where you have to take an extended period of time off work due to a spiral fracture then you could be eligible to make a claim.
A spiral fracture generally occurs when a bone has been twisted and the increased pressure has caused it to fracture or split in a number of places in a spiral motion. Spiral fractures can often be quite complicated and difficult to fix as the break can go right the way across the bone and is not a simple split such as you would find in a transverse fracture.
Injuries can occur almost anywhere in the workplace but some of the most common areas where you could potentially sustain a spiral fracture include:
If you are looking to make a compensation claim for any injuries that you have sustained then the team at Legal Request Solutions are here to help you right the way through the personal injury process. Our team of experts can help to ensure that you receive every penny of compensation that you are entitled to and that it’s put straight back into your pocket.
To start your claim today contact the Legal Request Solutions team on 0800 990 3500.
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