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Fracture To Tibula / Fibula, Full Recovery

Have you suffered from a fractured tibula or fibula as a result of an accident which was not your fault?

The tibia is a bone on the front of the leg; it is the shin bone and supports the weight of the body. On the other hand the fibula is the bone that runs alongside the tibia, when these bones are fractured the leg is broken. Broken legs are caused by a number of different events; however it does take much more force to break leg bones than other bones in the body.

Many people are unaware that they can claim compensation for a broken leg or fractured tibia or fibula but Yorkshire’s Injury Lawyers are here to help you make a claim. Whether you have been injured at work, on the road, playing sport, in hospital, in the street, in a shop, an office, commercial or public building or any kind of slip, trip or fall.

In addition to claiming compensation for you or a loved ones suffering, you may also be able to claim for medical expenses, lost wages and any other out of pocket expenses.

We help people just like you who have been involved in leg fracture claims, receive the maximum compensation they are entitled to, and remember, No Win, No Fee means you have nothing to pay should your claim not be successful. You can also use our online Claim Calculator to find out how much your claim is worth.

With offices throughout Yorkshire we're the name you can trust that's close to home and our skilled, experienced team will support you every step of the way. If you have any questions about your claim, Yorkshire's Injury Lawyers are here to help. You can call us on 0800 0197 772 for free impartial advice as well as clicking on our FAQ button for some initial information.

So, if you feel you have a case for compensation then contact Yorkshire's Injury Lawyers today. If you don't make the call, you won't win the claim.

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