There are many different fractures that you could sustain which have the potential to leave you with quite serious injuries but perhaps one of the less common and yet more painful types of fracture that you might come across is the spiral fracture. In general, a spiral fracture can be quite serious mainly because it’s caused by a twisting nature and in general this can mean that the entire length of the bone can become fractured or splintered in different areas – requiring a great deal of rehabilitation time.
If you have sustained a spiral fracture through the direct negligence of another person then you could be contemplating a compensation claim to cover any damages that you have incurred both financially and emotionally.
A spiral fracture usually occurs when a twisting motion is applied to the bone, causing it to crack or break. As a result the symptoms of this type of fracture are normally quite severe as it can cause damage in several areas of the bone, rather than just causing a crack or break in one area of the bone. Surgery is not always required in the event of a spiral fracture but a long period of rest and rehabilitation generally is so it’s important that you are prepared for this.
Spiral fractures can occur in a number of different ways, some common examples of where you might consider a compensation claim include:
At Legal Request Solutions we are here to help you throughout your spiral fracture claim and look to ensure that you receive every penny of compensation that you are entitled to, every step of the way. Our team will work around the clock to ensure that you get exactly what you deserve and that it’s put straight back into your pocket.
To start your claim with the Legal Request Solutions approach today contact the team on 0800 990 3500.
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