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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

    Claiming for a Grade 2 sprained ankle

    A Grade 2 sprained ankle is diagnosed when you have torn some of the fibres in the ligaments – usually on the outside of your ankle. If no tear had occurred, you would be confirmed as having a Grade 1 sprain. A Grade 3 sprain is a complete tear, so while you have a painful….

    Financial support for your sprained ankle rehab

    Recovering from a sprained ankle can take time and if you need to take that time off work for sprained ankle rehab, it can end up costing you money. There is nothing worse than worrying about your finances when you should be focusing on getting better after an accident – it’s simply a worry that….

    Who’s to blame for my broken ankle?

    A broken ankle can seriously affect your mobility, not to mention it can be really painful. Taking around 6 – 8 weeks to heal (on average), you could find yourself taking time off work to recover from a broken ankle and you’ll also be unable to participate in your usual sports and activities. In some….

    How to claim fractured ankle compensation

    A fractured or broken ankle is a painful injury that can take several weeks to repair itself. In some cases it will repair itself with little outside assistance from medical personnel, other than being put in plaster. In other cases, where the break is more severe, surgery may be required. In this situation the broken….

    Claiming after NHS sprained ankle treatment

    Spraining an ankle is not usually an extremely serious injury compared to a broken or dislocated ankle for example, but it can nevertheless keep you out of action for quite a while and prevent you from working. Many people will receive NHS sprained ankle treatment at A&E after such an injury, and as well as….

    The different sprained ankle levels explained

    Are you familiar with the different sprained ankle levels? Whenever someone sprains their ankle, they will be graded on the injury by a doctor when they seek treatment. There are three grades of sprain, numbered from one to three, with the first level being the mildest sprain and the third level being the most severe…..

    Claims for sprained ankle tendon damage

    A sprain involves an injury to the ligaments in your ankle (or other joint, since you can sprain your wrist and other parts of the body too, although the ankle is more common). However, this sprain can also lead to other problems occurring, especially if the injury is more severe. For example, sprained ankle tendon….

    Do you suffer from sprained ankle heel pain?

    If you sprained your ankle, where would you expect the bulk of your pain to occur? No doubt you are wondering why we asked that question. Surely the pain would be in your ankle, around the immediate site of your injury? Well, yes, this is true in most cases. However, it is also entirely possible….

    A simple sprained ankle meaning

    Ligaments are extremely tough and hardwearing. They help us move our ankles and other joints through a range of motions. Indeed, without ligaments in our ankles, we wouldn’t be able to walk at all. No doubt you’ve heard of a sprain, and in this case, a simple sprained ankle meaning would be to describe a….

    Sprained ankle or broken – how to tell the difference

    Do you have a sprained ankle or broken ankle? Knowing the difference between the two is sometimes easier than others. The key thing to think about is whether you can bear any weight on your ankle. You won’t usually be able to do this if your ankle is broken. A minor sprain will be painful,….

    The different sprained ankle grades explained

    Have you sprained your ankle recently? Were you given a grade for the injury? Sprained ankle grades are given to every injury of this type, and the grade indicates how bad the injury is. A Grade 1 sprain indicates a minor tear that makes the ankle feel tender and causes some swelling. Meanwhile, a Grade….

    Some useful sprained ankle first aid tips

    Since a sprained ankle is quite a common injury, it’s a good idea to know some sprained ankle first aid tips. Not only could it help you assist someone else, it could also help you if you ever suffer from this painful injury. Firstly, it is useful to know the RICE method of treatment. This….

    Are you receiving sprained ankle care at the moment?

    Good sprained ankle care is vital if you suffer this injury, because it can influence how well your ankle recovers. Sometimes, you’ll know your sprain is only mild, and you may still be able to bear weight on your ankle, albeit only mildly. However, a more serious sprain will mean you cannot bear weight on….

    How sprained ankle pictures can help your claim

    If you have sprained your ankle then you’ll know that this relatively minor injury can be debilitating and painful. A sprained ankle can prevent you from taking part in activities as well as going to work and earning a living, but there is some good news. If your ankle injury was caused by somebody else’s….

    How to treat a broken ankle

    It is not always easy to tell if you have broken your ankle. There may be clear signs, such as a bone poking through the skin for example, but thankfully this is uncommon. You won’t be able to put your weight on it, but then again, you may not be able to if you have….

    Compensation for twisting an ankle at work

    That moment after you trip over a box of files somebody has left lying around or slip on a wet floor (where were the warning signs?) at work can be a painful one. Chances are, you might have suffered an injury, and twisting an ankle at work is actually a relatively common injury. Your ankle….

    First Aid Guide – Treating a sprained ankle

    Sprained ankles are a common injury and are not usually serious but can cause some pain, discomfort and difficulty walking for a time. They are particularly common in children and in those who take part in strenuous activity such as sports. Ligaments hold the bone in place and a sprain occurs when some of the….

    Understanding Grade 3 sprained ankle symptoms

    If you have sprained your ankle then your injury will normally be graded when you see a doctor or go to the hospital. Ankle sprains are usually classified as Grade 1, Grade 2 or Grade 3. A Grade 3 sprained ankle is the most serious sprain, with swelling, join instability and bruising. It can take….

    Compensation for sprained ankle aches and pains

    A sprained ankle will usually heal nicely by itself within a couple of months, but sprained ankle aches and pains can go on for some time, even after the ankle has healed. If your life has been affected by sprained ankle aches – for example if you’re unable to go to work or live your….

    Accidents that can cause a sprained ankle and swollen foot

    If you have suffered a sprained ankle and swollen foot in an accident then chances are, you’ll be feeling pretty sorry for yourself. This type of injury can literally knock you off your feet and mean you’re unable to go to work or participate in normal activities such as driving, playing sports etc. You may….

    Has your six-year-old sprained their ankle?

    It can be worrying when your child has hurt themselves in an accident, and easy to point the finger at whoever you think is to blame. If your six-year-old sprained their ankle then they will be in pain and will need to take time off school to recover. This can also mean you or your….

    Why does sprained ankle elevation help?

    A sprained ankle normally means time off work to recover, and your doctor will normally recommend PRICE therapy, which you can use at home to help the recovery process. PRICE stands for protection, rest, ice, compression and elevation. But you might be wondering how sprained ankle elevation actually helps your injury to recover? Elevating your….

    Are you suffering from sprained ankle numbness?

    ContentsHow to deal with sprained ankle numbnessSeek advice about making a compensation claim, tooSpraining an ankle is very painful, and when you do it, you will likely suspect you have incurred a sprain. Following the injury, you might experience a range of symptoms stemming from the injury, particularly as the joint swells and starts to….

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