There is no end to the injuries that can happen in accidents some of them more serious than others. Broken bones are a very common injury, and at some point we have all seen someone with their foot in a plaster cast, struggling on crutches. This is often because they have broken an ankle, but just imagine how awkward this would be if both ankles were broken. If this happened to you, in an accident that was not your fault, you may want to get some advice about broken ankles injuries claims.
With both ankles broken, getting around would be very hard. If you are employed you would probably not be able to go to work and so could lose income. Just doing everyday tasks that we all take for granted may be impossible, and you may need to pay for someone to assist you with these things.
So although broken ankles are not life threatening, they can make your life very awkward until they have healed.
Making broken ankles injuries claims
If you need to make broken ankles injuries claims, or a claim for any other type of injury you suffered in an accident that was not your fault, you need the help of experts to ensure that your claim reaches its full potential. You need someone on your side of the claim that will make sure you are paid a fair amount for the injury, for the way it has affected your life and that will recoup all the costs and losses the accident has caused – you need Accident Advice Helpline.
One of the rules for making a claim is that you needed medical attention. With two broken ankles you will have no problem complying with that for you broken ankles injuries claims.
The last rule is that you start your claim within three years of the date of the accident. Three years sounds like you have plenty of time, but just ask yourself where the last three years have gone. Time has a habit of disappearing very quickly, and before you know it you could have missed the deadline to make broken ankles injuries claims.
You need to get your claim started as soon as you can after the accident, and all it takes is one simple phone call and a chat with our friendly advisors.
Contacting Accident Advice Helpline
Contacting us can be done through our 30-second test™ on our website.