A Fatal Accident Act claim: How can a Solicitor help
Matthew Claxson | 04.03.2019
You might have sustained a serious orthopaedic injury that wasn’t your fault, in a road accident, at your workplace, trip/slip, or during a boat accident. However it happened, we understand how traumatic it can feel and how difficult it can seem to claim the compensation you deserve.
We specialise in making the process as simple and stress-free as possible, not only winning you significant compensation but also providing expert advice and support for your treatment, care and rehabilitation.
There are many different types of accident that can result in a serious orthopaedic injury. However the accident occurred, if it was not entirely your fault you could be entitled to compensation. Typically we encounter injuries caused by:
There are many different types of orthopaedic injuries, and your accident may have caused multiple injuries. These could include:
Sometimes surgery doesn’t go to plan and can cause further problems. Typical types of surgery where this can happen include:
You will need rehabilitation treatment tailored to your specific injury. You may need to have surgery, perhaps supported by medication, and with some form of therapy: physiotherapy to regain muscle ability and strength, occupational therapy to help you manage everyday actions again and psychotherapy to help you overcome the mental impact of your accident and build a positive outlook for the future.
It’s important to have the expert support of a law firm that specialises in these types of injuries and understands what you will need to help you recover. At Moore Blatch, we’ve built up extensive experience of making compensation claims for serious orthopaedic injuries, and established close working relationships with medical experts who can advise on the best rehabilitation treatment.
We’ve won very significant amounts of compensation for our clients, ensuring they have financial security to help them through a very difficult time. It’s important that if you’ve suffered a serious orthopaedic injury, you contact us as soon as possible, so we can start your assessment and claim.
You can trust Moore Blatch Solicitors to provide the legal advice, practical support and empathy you need.
Samantha Grose | 15.10.2018