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Forearm Fracture

If you've suffered forearm fracture as a result of an accident, which was not your fault contact Godloves Solicitors today.

The forearm has two major bones known as the ulna and radius and consists of various muscles, ligaments and tendons.

Many people are unaware that they can claim compensation for a broken or fractured bone but help is at hand. 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, at home, a friend's house or any kind of slip, trip or fall, you can contact Godloves Solicitors today to see how we can help you make a claim.

Specialist in Forearm Fracture Compensation Claims

We help people just like you who have been involved in forearm 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.

Godloves Solicitors can help you with your arm accident compensation claim

Our expert team is here to help, so if you feel you have a case for forearm fracture injury compensation claim then contact Godloves Solicitors today on 0800 0193 710.

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Godloves helped me with everything to do with my compensation claim. I found them very helpful and made everything really easy for me

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