As experienced personal injury solicitors, we have dealt with a number of different types of ankle injury claims. Some of those claims are very serious with some claimants receiving 6 figure settlement fees. Those are quite rare and most ankle injury claims are classed as moderate. Some examples of the types of ankle injury claims are below:
Achilles tendon damage
Soft tissue damage resulting in deformity
Moderate or severe fractures
Undisplaced fractures, sprains and ligament injuries
Some injuries can end up with patients needing to have pins or plates inserted into their ankle. Some of these injuries result in people being unable to walk or movement is restricted.
A further knock-effect can be insomnia caused by the discomfort from the ankle injury as well as scarring.
If you have had to pay for medical expenses in relation to your injury or you have lost our job because of your ankle injury then you could be compensated for this in a potential accident claims.
The answer to this question depends on where and when you had your injury. Sporting injuries, accidents at work and tripping accidents can sometimes be the cause of ankle injuries. If you have had an injury of this kind and it was because of someone else’s negligence then it could be possible to make an ankle injury compensation claim.
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Your injury could leave you with a range of disabilities that can be experienced either for a short or long spell. Your compensation can be pursued in either event if it can be proven that there was third party blame.
The ankle can be a vulnerable part of the body and an injury can be extremely painful. First Personal Injury lawyers will be able to provide you with a specialist in ankle injuries resulting from a number of different kinds of accidents.
Call us today and we will able to offer you some more information on how to pursue and ankle injury claim: 0800 808 9740.
*Please note – With regards to No Win No Fee - In limited circumstances, fees may be charged when your accident claim is not successful. These specific limited circumstances will be explained to you by your Solicitor.
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