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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Category : Ankle injury claims

    Average healing time for a broken ankle


    Have you broken your ankle? If so, then you’re probably aware that the average healing time for a broken ankle is around 6 weeks, sometimes longer. Perhaps you’ve broken your ankle after tripping over trailing computer cables in an office, or maybe you have slipped on an unmarked wet floor and fractured your ankle. Either….

    Compensation for ankle injuries


    Most of us don’t think twice about the condition of pavements in our town or city, but what if you catch your shoe in a cracked pavement slab or trip on a broken kerb and suffer ankle injuries as a result of a fall on a pavement? Ankle injuries can be serious — if you break….

    Do you need crutches for a sprained ankle injury?


    Have you ever sprained your ankle? If you have, and it happened quite recently, you may know that crutches for a sprained ankle can help you get around when you can’t put your weight on it. Crutches are more likely to be given to you by the local hospital if you go for an x-ray….

    Did you suffer a sprained ankle with bruising?


    It can often be difficult to tell the difference between a sprained and broken ankle. With a sprained ankle, bruising isn’t always apparent, but there may be swelling, discolouration and tenderness. However these same symptoms could mean your ankle is broken too, and the only way to tell is to see a medical professional for….

    Claiming for sprained ankle ligament damage


    With a sprained ankle, ligament damage can potentially occur. Indeed, this injury is all about damaging a ligament in your ankle by stretching it beyond the range it can usually cope with. Ligaments do indeed stretch, but they can also be torn if you turn your ankle over heavily. The damage you have had to….

    Compensation for ankle ligament damage


    Our ankles are made up of two different ligaments which can be damaged when the foot twists inward and all our body weight is placed on the ankle. This could occur after a slip, trip or fall, or when objects fall from height and strike the ankle. Ligament damage could also occur as the result….

    Advice on claiming for a broken ankle


    Have you broken your ankle in an accident at work or in a public place? If somebody else is responsible for your accident, then claiming for a broken ankle might be possible. You may have suffered a simple fracture that will heal quickly, or a compound or complex fracture that could take time to heal….

    Average healing time for a sprained ankle


    If you’ve sprained your ankle, it can take some time to fully heal. Depending on the severity of the sprain, the average healing time for a sprained ankle is anywhere from 6 weeks to 4 months, and you’ll need to wear something to support your ankle as it heals. As you can imagine, this can….

    Advice on claiming for a sprained ankle


    If you’ve sprained your ankle then you might not be able to enjoy life to the full. The time a sprained ankle takes to heal depends on how severe the injury is, but as a guideline it can take from 1-2 weeks before you’re able to walk on your ankle and 6-8 weeks before you….

    Are you suffering from sprained ankle knee pain?


    If you have experienced a sprained ankle, knee pain would seem a very odd thing to have. But stop and think for a moment. A sprained ankle occurs when the foot lands on uneven ground, sending the ankle joint out to the side. It’s possible to suffer a sprain to the ligaments on the inside….

    Compensation for sprained ankle injuries


    Twisting your ankle in an awkward way can lead to sprained ankle injuries when the ligaments in your ankle are torn or stretched. This sounds painful, and it can be debilitating, affecting your mobility and ability to work and provide for your family. Although many people are able to ease the pain with over-the-counter pain….

    Has your sprained ankle caused numb toes?


    Ankle sprains can be tricky to diagnose as they present many similar symptoms to an ankle fracture. If you have sprained your ankle, you may suffer a range of symptoms including swelling and pain when you try to put weight on your ankle. If your sprained ankle caused numb toes, it’s normal to worry that….

    Spotting some common sprained ankle symptoms


    Sometimes it can be difficult to tell the difference between a sprained ankle and a broken ankle, but there are some sprained ankle symptoms to look out for if you think you have injured yourself. Here are a few of the most common sprained ankle symptoms: Stiffness and difficulty moving your ankle Inability to put….

    How to claim broken ankle compensation


    A broken ankle can be painful and it can require surgery in some cases. Sometimes a break will be very clean and with the aid of a plaster cast the injury will heal in a few weeks. However in some cases the bone can protrude out of the skin, causing further injury and the chance….

    Claiming for a Grade 3 sprained ankle


    Whether you’ve sprained your ankle after falling down a flight of stairs or slipping on a wet floor, it can be incredibly painful, and even though it’s classed as a relatively minor injury, a sprained ankle can still take time to heal. Ankle sprains are classified into three categories – Grade 1 sprains, which involve….

    Compensation for a Grade 1 sprained ankle


    A sprained ankle is a fairly common injury, often sustained after a slip, trip or fall. Ankle sprains are classified as Grades 1 to 3, where three is the most serious type of sprain. If you have suffered from a Grade 1 sprained ankle then you will have sustained mild damage to ligaments in your….

    How to claim broken ankle compensation


    If you have broken your ankle, chances are you won’t be able to go to work or carry out any physical activities – it’s likely you will be on crutches for at least the first few weeks after being injured. A broken ankle takes on average 6 to 12 weeks to heal, which could seriously….

    Sprained ankle vs twisted ankle explained


    If you have injured your ankle in an accident, you might be wondering what the difference is between a sprained ankle vs twisted ankle. A twisted ankle happens when you go over your ankle, causing initial pain that subsides fairly quickly. But a sprained ankle involves damage to ligaments, which can vary in severity. Pain,….

    Has a doctor treated your sprained ankle?


    Minor injuries such as cuts, bruises and sprains don’t always need medical attention. However, when it comes to a sprained ankle, seeing a doctor is a good idea as it’s often difficult to differentiate between a sprain and a fracture. If you have broken your ankle you may need surgery or to wear a cast….

    Did you need to undergo sprained ankle surgery?


    Whilst ankle sprains are considered a relatively minor injury, there are different grades of sprains. Sprains are classified as a Grade 1, Grade 2, or Grade 3 sprain, where Grade 3 is the most serious type of injury. Somebody who has suffered a Grade 3 sprain will have experienced a complete tear to the ligaments….

    What does sprained ankle Grade 2 mean?


    If you have suffered a sprained ankle in an accident, you’ll normally find that your injury is classified as either a Grade 1, Grade 2 or Grade 3 sprain. Grade 3 sprains are the most serious type of injury, involving a complete tear of the ligament and instability in the joint. The good news is….

    Does your sprained ankle need a brace?


    A sprained ankle can be a relatively minor injury, if it is a Grade 1 sprain. More serious sprains that involve ligament damage can cause ankle instability, and a sprained ankle brace or support may need to be worn if you have sustained a Grade 2 or 3 sprain. The idea of a sprained ankle….

    Compensation for ankle tendon injuries


    Have you ever ricked your ankle over on one side? It’s painful isn’t it? In some cases this can lead to a torn tendon, which needs time to heal and can be extremely painful if you even try to put your weight on it. We all know accidents can happen and sometimes no one is….

    Ankle injury


    People are particularly susceptible to ankle injuries because ankles are constantly moving, causing a lot of stress and strain on the bones. Consequently, there are a whole host of different injuries that can lead to successful ankle injury claims, if your injury is because of an accident caused by someone else. You may suffer a broken,….

    Serious Ankle injuries


    Serious ankle injuries are commonly considered to be sports injuries. However, you do not have to be an elite athlete to damage your ankles. Each year, two million people receive treatment for serious ankle injuries and this statistic is unsurprising, given that the ankles bear the weight of the entire body. Common types and causes of….

    Ankle fractures


    Ankle fractures Ankle fractures are relatively common injuries, often resulting from slips, trips and falls. Contrary to popular belief, ankle fracture are no worse than ankle breaks. In fact, the terms “fracture” and “break” are interchangeable. Ankle fractures occur when the bones in your ankle are unable to support the stresses placed upon them. If….

    Serious Ankle fracture


    Claiming for a serious ankle fracture No matter how carefully you watch your step, you never know what might be around the corner. One common incident that can unexpectedly occur is a serious ankle fracture, a painful injury that can severely effect your mobility and your ability to work. While people generally associate serious ankle….

    Ankle fixation surgery


    Ankle fixation surgery However careful we might be, injuries and accidents are inevitable. Whether it’s from wearing high heels or playing a high contact sport, often it is our ankles that take the strain, but a serious ankle injury that goes beyond a sprain or tear can be extremely debilitating, not to mention painful. If….

    Ankle breaks


    Ankle breaks Ankle breaks occur when one of the three bones making up the ankle joint become broken. Ankle breaks may be simple or multiple in nature. Simple breaks may not require surgery and usually heal with ease. Severe breaks, however, are more complicated to treat and may lead to: • Delayed diagnosis and treatment….

    Average claim for an ankle injury


    Average claim for an ankle injury Unfortunately, many people suffer ankle injuries which affect their mobility, yet many do not realise they may be eligible to make a claim for compensation. We are here to help you find out the worth of compensation for an average claim for ankle injury. The worth of an average….

    Have you got a damaged ligament in your ankle?


    If you play a sport or have had a slip, trip or fall, you might have a damaged ligament in your ankle. You may have twisted your ankle inwards, and when this happens all of the body’s weight rests on the lateral ankle ligaments. The anterior and middle fibres of the ankle can stretch or tear….

    Ankle Injury Lawyers in the UK


    Ankle injuries can be caused by a whole range of accidents, but perhaps one of the most common causes is slips, trips and falls. If you have endured an ankle injury due to an accident that was not your fault, then you should find ankle injury lawyers in the UK to help you to make….

    Broken ankle compensation


    Have you broken your ankle in an accident at work? Maybe you were operating machinery which was faulty or not adequately maintained, or your injury came about because of faulty working practices. Whatever the situation, if you have sustained an injury then you should look into claiming broken ankle compensation. Perhaps you’ve suffered a broken ankle….

    Claim for a broken ankle


    How do you claim for a broken ankle injury? If you have been involved in an accident whereby someone else was to blame, you may be entitled to claim for a broken ankle injury. Your accident will also need to have happened in the past three years (except in the case of minors), and have….

    Ankle injury compensation payment


    Suffering an ankle injury can be a very painful experience, and with the added inconvenience of decreased mobility, it can also be very disruptive to your daily life. If you walk to work, are employed in manual labour or need to be physically mobile for any reason, an ankle injury may result in loss of….

    Claim for Ankle Injuries


    Ankle injuries can be very painful, causing difficulty with mobility and often lingering for a long period of time. Ankle injuries may include sprains, fractures or even a breakage, perhaps caused by a nasty fall or a sporting injury: however you incurred your injury, it is worthwhile looking into making a compensation claim for ankle injuries…..

    Ankle Injury Compensation


    Ankle Injury Compensation If there is an upside to injuring your ankle surely it is that you are told to take lots of rest and keep your foot elevated. During the time you are sat you could be making progress on the claim for ankle injury compensation which can’t be a bad thing, or can….

    Ankle Injury Claims Lawyer


    An Ankle Injury Claims Lawyer can help you get compensation Although there is no hard and fast rule as to what the major joints are in the body it is accepted that the shoulder, hip, and knee are the most pivotal in the body. Damage to these joints can have a major effect on the….

    Ankle injury claims


    Looking for advice on ankle injury claims as a result of an accident? Have you been injured through no fault of your own in an accident and been left suffering with a nasty injury? You may have been knocked off your bike by a careless driver not paying attention. Sadly we are hearing this all too….


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