As they often affect your mobility, injuries to the pelvis or hip can be debilitating. They can also have a long-term impact; in some cases, a hip replacement might be needed later down the line.
If you have suffered a broken hip or pelvis because of someone else’s negligence, you may be eligible to make a personal injury compensation claim. Our team have more than 25 years of experience and are ready to help you.
Call us on 0800 342 3206 or get in touch online to arrange a no-obligation conversation with our team.
However, if you would like an indication of how much compensation you might expect following your pelvis or hip injury, this is outlined in our compensation calculator below.
WHAT ARE THE COMMON CAUSES OF PELVIC AND HIP INJURIES?
An injury to the hips or pelvis can occur from a number of different accidents including – but not limited to – the following:
Types of hip injuries and conditions
Some of the types of hip or pelvis conditions or injuries you may be able to make a claim for include:
- Broken hip
- Hip or pelvis fractures
- Fracture-dislocation of the pelvis
- Cartilage tears
- Hip dysplasia
HOW MUCH COMPENSATION CAN I EXPECT TO RECEIVE?
A claim for personal injury compensation is normally made up of the following types of damages:
- Pain, suffering and loss of amenity
- Financial losses
Our compensation calculator will help you determine how much compensation you could be entitled to for your injury only.
Level of hip or pelvis injury
|Severe||£31,220 – £104,370|
|Moderate||£10,040 – £31,220|
|Lesser injuries||Up to £3,150 – £10,040|
Making a compensation claim can help cover the cost of any specialist treatment, rehabilitation or equipment you might require. it can also help you to recover any costs you’ve incurred as a result of your injury, such as loss of earnings, medical bills or prescription costs. Your solicitor will calculate this part of your claim separately.