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Jaw bone breaks are medically known as a mandibular fractures and can be experienced in the form of an upper jaw break or a lower jaw break. Some broken jaw compensation claims can see victims suffering for a long period of time with significant debilitating side effects.

If you have experienced a broken jaw and the fault of the injury was not yours then you could be entitled to claim compensation.

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Common Kinds Of Broken Jaw Compensation Claims

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  • Car or road traffic accidents
  • Physical assaults
  • Falling and hitting your face on a hard surface
  • Sports injuries caused usually by contact sports

Effects Of A Broken Jaw

A broken jaw can cause lots of problems in terms of what you are physically capable of following an injury or accident. Injuries can be distressing and limiting, sometimes affecting your ability to work and enjoy life.

Below are some of the common kinds of effects a broken jaw may lead to:

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  • Some upper jaw breaks can cause visual disturbances including double vision
  • Numbness in the face, chin or cheekbone
  • An inability to open the mouth fully or partially
  • Nerve damage
  • Teeth misalignment (malocclusion)
  • An inability to speak or eat
  • Swelling and bleeding within the mouth
  • Jaw pain

In some cases, treatment for your jaw break may involve surgery and/or you may have to have stiches or jaw wiring.

If your accident was at work then it could be that your employer was to blame by not supplying the correct safety equipment. Or it could be a fellow car driver who was negligent in their actions, causing an accident which resulted in your jaw injury.

Physical assaults are also common ways in which you can sustain an injury of this nature. Sometimes your personal injury lawyer may recommend pursuing a criminal injury case. Whatever the background to your broken jaw compensation case, it must be demonstrable that your injury was because of the fault of a third party.

Make Your Broken Jaw Claim With First Personal Injury

If you have suffered an injury to the jaw then it is first of all advisable to speak to a personal injury lawyer who will be able to give you specific advice on how to start your broken jaw compensation case.

Other Types Of Upper Body Injuries

There are many types of upper body injuries, below is a sample of the most common kinds of upper body injury claims:

We can advise you on the next steps you will need to take in your case. Please call our team today on our national accident helpline on 0800 808 9740.

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Personal Injury Claims with First Personal Injury

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