Hip Injury Compensation Claims

If you have suffered a hip and/or pelvis injury as a result of an accident which was not your fault and are feeling confused with claiming for your personal injury, then you have arrived to the best place for more than maximum compensation. You will find here the expert hip injury solicitor, the utmost support and NO DEDUCTIONS taken from your awarded compensation. Since 1st April 2013, other solicitors can legally take up to 25% from your awarded amount. Pleasingly, you will find that 101% Compensation do not do this!

More About Your Hip Injury

The extent of a hip and pelvis injury claim can vary quite a bit. You will find that there are common hip injuries which range from strains and hip dislocations to broken hip and pelvis bones. In between there are: painful hip fractures which affect the hip bone, sacrum and coccyx; injury to the muscles, ligaments and tendons; a severe hip injury that requires leg amputation; hip bursitis; and some injuries risk developing arthritis of the hip at a later stage.

Hip Bursitis Section

Hip Bursitis is the swelling and inflammation of a bursa near your hip joint. A bursa is described as an unsolidified sac positioned over the joints but under the skin layer which works to cushion amid the ligaments, tendons and bones.

Hip Bursitis can be identified in the affected region through symptoms of pain, tenderness and swelling. What can causes Bursitis in the hips are repetitive movements, for instance repeated hip movements as a cyclist or a runner. It can also develop through an injury.

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Impact Of A Hip Injury

As you may be aware, our hips and pelvis become weakened as we grow old and the comparative outcome of an accident can result in a much more severe hip and pelvis injury. This can occur in a fall or slip accident or a car accident, although other accident types are not excluded. For the purpose of claiming compensation for your personal injury through whichever accident or whatever your age is, it is necessary to demonstrate the negligence of a third party for the cause of your accident. This will likely to entitle you to claim successfully for your hip injury compensation.

Your hip injury claim will concern your hip joint. The joint is a ball and socket bone arrangement and connects to your legs to allow movement over a designated range. It can withstand a hefty blow and for an injury to happen it is likely to be the result of a serious accident.

A hip injury often comes with a leg injury. That is why our hip claims can lead to broken leg compensation payouts.

It would be fair to say that you will experience a lot of pain and suffering. It may cripple you literally and financially. You are going to need professional and supportive help to recover from the traumatic incident. And are you aware of the personal injury compensation guidelines?

Claiming For Your Hip Injury

Whatever your present circumstances are, you will find 101% Compensation will fight to pursue your claim to gain your rightful settlement which is always more than the average compensation for hip injury. You can make your 100% compensation increase more with the 1% EXTRA that you get with 101% Compensation. You even have the opportunity to appreciate that we do not deduct up to 25% from your compensation award. So, with all the right reasons to choose 101% Compensation, please select one of the following options to pursue your hip injury claim:

Your Options To Compensation

  • Submit Claim For Assistance

    All you have to do is just tell us some details of what and where it happened so that we help you understand your rights.

  • Request A Callback

    Often in some injury cases it can be difficult to explain in writing so we give you the chance to talk by calling you upon request.

  • Contact For Claim Information

    Enquire online by using our contact form about any questions you may have about your compensation or a related issue.