If you have broken or fractured your jaw as a result of an accident that wasn’t your fault, you may be able to make a personal injury compensation claim.
If you’ve broken your jaw and think you are eligible for personal injury compensation, the main thing that must be established is whether a third party can be deemed to be at fault for the accident.
Accordingly, the injury could have been caused by any number of accidents such as a road traffic accident (RTA), medical negligence or even a slip, trip and fall.
The first thing you should do is to seek medical treatment for your injuries. Not only is this essential for your health, it could also play an important part in your personal injury compensation claim.
If you think you may be eligible to make a claim, you should ensure you contact personal injury solicitors with experience in this area of the law. Initially, you’ll be provided with an evaluation of the likely success of your claim.
Depending on the nature of your claim and your injuries, you may be able to claim compensation for the following:
Your legal team will obtain a medical report from an independent medical expert describing your injuries, the symptoms you’re now experiencing and your future prognosis. This will then be evaluated against previous case law and Court guidelines to establish the potential compensation you’re likely to be awarded.
Special damages will depend upon the factors of your individual case and can potentially include loss of earnings, medical costs and damaged property.
The following is just a guide to the potential levels of compensation (based on pain and suffering):
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