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Internal Injury Claims

Internal injuries affect the organs and soft tissues within the body.  This means that injuries to the internal organs can often be severe and life threatening.  Internal injuries can occur in a variety of ways, but they mostly occur due to pressure from the outside such as during road traffic accidents.  Internal injuries can also result following a crush injury.  For example, if a heavy object falls on you or if you are pinned against the wall in a forklift truck accident, you can sustain internal injuries.

Basically, internal injuries are injuries which are caused to the internal organs such as injuries to the spleen, heart, stomach, kidneys, pancreas, liver, bladder and intestines.  If a chest injury has been sustained, the severity will be determined taking into account whether the injury has affected the lungs or the heart or whether their functioning ability has been impaired in some way.

In some cases, it may not be possible to spot an internal injury immediately after the accident.  Therefore, specialist medical attention may be required to determine how the injury will affect you and whether the effect will be for a short term or long term.

Making A Claim

If you have suffered internal injuries in an accident that was not your fault, our solicitors can help you make internal injury claims.

We operate using a risk free no win no fee service and we will ensure that you obtain maximum compensation for your damages.

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