If you have suffered an ankle injury as a result of an accident and the injury was not completely your own fault you may be able to make a claim for compensation. However please remember that no amount of compensation can make up for having to deal with lifelong physical problems arising from your ankle injury so always get medical advice.
The ankle and surrounding foot area are very susceptible to injury from tripping and slipping as well from road accidents. Common ankle injuries are sprains on the inner side involving tearing the internal ligament and fractures of the fibula. (A Potts fracture.) Light sprains may only cause mild pain and stiffness, however more serious ones may involve a complete rupture of a ligament and severe swelling.
Claiming Compensation for your Ankle Injury
If the ankle injury was even partially due to someone else’s negligence then you are entitled to make a compensation claim against them, however, you need to ensure you receive the best advice about how to make your claim, otherwise you may not receive what you are entitled to.
It is important to know that many injuries to the ankle do not appear on a conventional x-ray. It is often necessary to use a scan to show up an injury more serious than a sprain. This type of knowledge is vital to making an effective ankle injury compensation claim.
We are specialist personal injury claim solicitors with a long track record of success so we can help you make your claim in the most effective and professional way.
Talk to us now by calling our free advice line on 1800 911 940 or by filling in our call back form.
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What will happen when you call us?
When you call us you will speak directly to a solicitor who is very experienced in dealing with personal injury compensation claims who will discuss your case with you in complete confidence.
Our solicitor will tell you quickly if your claim is worth taking and what will be involved for you in the process, including how long it may take, how much of a settlement you are likely to get for your particular ankle injury. And remember you can also claim for loss of earnings and other expenses.
The simplest next step is for you to call our friendly advice line without obligation on 1800 911 940
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