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While many pelvis and hip injuries are relatively mild, with victims making a full recovery, some can be very serious and cause lasting problems, and the size of pelvis and hip injury compensation claims reflects this variety. If you have suffered this injury in an accident that wasn’t your fault, you have the right to claim compensation and be recompensed for your pain, suffering and any losses you have incurred. The overall value of your claim could differ from the figures on this page – you should speak to our personal injury solicitors to receive an accurate assessment of the value of your case.

Hip injury claims occur in a huge variety of settings. Our medical negligence solicitors have handled cases involving hip surgery gone wrong, or negligence in childbirth, our accident at work solicitors see a lot of cases involving slips and trips in the workplace, and our motor vehicle accident solicitors see pedestrian accidents that lead to broken hips and permanent disability. Whatever led to your hip or pelvis injury, we can put you in touch with personal injury solicitors who are experienced in cases just like yours.

Some people are particularly susceptible to hip injuries. Elderly people, for instance, can suffer from osteoporosis, which weakens the bones and can lead to fractures, while others have bone problems and disorders that can make their hips fragile. However, otherwise healthy people can suffer from hip injuries as well, and this can significantly worsen their quality of life.

When organisations or individuals fail in their duty of care towards employees or the public, and this leads to a hip injury, they can make a personal injury compensation claim. To find out how much your claim is worth, or to start claiming compensation today, call us on 08000 430 430. Alternatively, fill in our online enquiry form to request a call back.

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