September 14th, 2011
Claim compensation for cycling accidents where you have broken or injured your collar bone.
The Collar Bone (Clavicle) is the bone which joins the shoulder bone (Scapula) to the breast bone (Sternum) and is one of the most common bones broken in a cycling accident.
Here are some examples of settlement figures that have been awarded to cyclists:
Simple Collar Bone fracture:- A simple fracture to the collar bone, which heals without deformity and gives no ongoing pain:- £2000 – £3250.
Broken Collar Bone with ongoing pain:- If the fracture has not healed correctly and leads to deformity and ongoing pain, awards could be in the region of £3250 – £8000.
We will ensure you have access to the best Orthopaedic Surgeons who specialise in this field and who will fully investigate your injury and advise upon the appropriate treatment. The cost of any treatment you receive will be included as part of your claim and therefore, at no cost to yourself.
Have you injured or broken your collar bone in cycling accident? If the accident happened in the last three years, the good news is that you could be entitled to compensation. Contact us today to start a free assessment. Call us on 01625 506 672 or use our contact form.