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Claims For Broken Legs

  • Slips and trips are the most common cause of industrial injury*
  • Around 25% of cycling casualties involve injured legs†
  • Compensation for a 'no fault' break to a tibula or fibula (with full recovery) is around £8000
  • Permanent disability following a leg break could mean compensation of up to £75000

* Source: Health and Safety Executive
Source:RoSPA

There are many different types of accident that can lead to the victim suffering a broken leg. At Watermans, we frequently see cases where our clients have broken a leg as a result of an accident that wasn't their fault.

In the workplace, slips, trips and falls frequently result in damage to the lower body - which can mean anything from minor injuries to major broken bones and even permanent disability.

Similarly, road traffic accidents can lead to leg injuries for drivers, cyclists and pedestrians and in many cases there is a clear case showing that someone else is to blame.

Leg breaks are also common sporting injuries, and can occur as a result of poor maintenance and bad design in public areas including falls due to broken pavements, defective buildings, playgrounds, parks and other public places.

If you've suffered a leg break as the result of an accident in Scotland that wasn't your fault, then Watermans has the experience to put together a case for compensation on your behalf.

Does submitting a claim cost money?

No. We have a strict, 'no win, no fee' policy.

To get your claim for compensation underway, you just have to get in touch. You can email, call or complete the form online. You'll find our team approachable and friendly. They'll look closely at your situation and see if there is a clear case for compensation. They can also point you in the direction of any specialist medical treatment you may require.

Will I win?

By making sure you have a strong case before we go ahead, you have a very high chance of success. More than 20,000 people have won their claims for compensation thanks to Watermans - many of them having suffered broken legs.

How long does a claim take?

There's no set time for a personal injury case. They depend on factors like the severity of your injuries, the circumstances of the accident and how the party to blame responds to your claim. We'll do all we can to progress your case as quickly as possible and keep you informed every step of the way.

Use our injury calculator to see the kind of damages you could expect for different types of leg injury?

If you’ve suffered a broken leg and think you have a case for a claim, get in touch with us today. Claims must be made within 3 years of the original accident.

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