Suffering a broken ankle is never fun, is it? Getting around is seriously hampered, even getting up the stairs feels like an expedition up Mt Everest. If your job requires a lot of walking, or more than a little dexterity (if you work in construction, for example) then your work just got a lot harder – perhaps even impossible.
If the accident that led to your broken ankle wasn’t your fault, but rather the blame lay elsewhere, then don’t you think that it is a little unfair for you to miss work because of it? Maybe you were offered a trial with football, hockey or basketball team. Your broken ankle is probably going to cost you a career most people can only dream of.
No win, no fee* compensation claims
If you meet the following conditions…
- The accident wasn’t your fault
- Medical help/advice was sought immediately after the accident
- The gap between accident and claim is no more than three years
Then you may well have a valid claim, and you could qualify for the services of a no win no fee* specialist lawyer.
Whatever the type of accident, whether you suffered a broken ankle or twisted knee for example, there is a lawyer that can help you and you can find one with us at Accident Advice Helpline.
Accident Advice Helpline
A national law firm, Accident Advice Helpline has been in business since the year 2000 – helping people to claim the compensation that they not just deserve, but are legally entitled to.
To find out if you qualify, and to see how much you could be awarded, try our thirty second test, right here on the site, or just give us a call on the free to call number at the top of this screen (you can always text us too, if you prefer).
Also on the site is a quick claim form – this is really easy to fill out, and will only take a moment. After we receive your form, we will give you a call just as soon as we can. Legal advice offered by us is always completely free, too, and without obligation – giving you absolute freedom of choice on whether to continue with us or not.
There a thousand and one ways that you could have broken your ankle in an accident and so long as it was caused by somebody else then we can take on your case – regardless of the how.
Don’t delay – contact us today and see if you qualify, and see how much you could potentially receive.
Date Published: May 3, 2014
Author: David Brown