After an accident which caused severe pain and damage to your knee you may have been required to have an x-ray to determine the extent of the damage and confirm a diagnosis. Did your knee injury need an x-ray because it was likely that you were going to need surgery? If you have needed medical treatment because of an accident which was caused by someone else’s negligence, Accident Advice Helpline would like to offer you free support and guidance regarding your options.
What does an x-ray involve?
If you need to have an x-ray, your doctor or a radiographer, someone who operates the x-ray machine, will advise you about the process. It will often involve you having to lie or stand still while radiation is passed through the affected area, in this case your knee, to take an image of the inside of your body.
An x-ray is often used to look at bones and joints and it only takes a few minutes to complete. You should tell the doctor if you are pregnant, suffering from an illness or are taking any medications before you have an x-ray. The radiation you are exposed to is minimal but if you have concerns you can discuss these with your doctor in more detail.
Did your knee injury need an x-ray? Take the online claim test
If you want to know quickly whether you have a claim to be made and how much it could be worth, try Accident Advice Helpline’s online claim test. It only takes 30 seconds to find out the information you want to know and it could help you to take the first steps in getting the justice and compensation that you deserve.
You can also call our helpline for free initial advice about your accident and what potential outcomes there could be. We offer reliable information so that you can decide whether to proceed with a claim, if you are eligible.
Call the professionals
For the best customer care and accident advice, contact Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 (or call 0333 500 0993 from a mobile). We have helped thousands of customers over the past 16 years and we would like to help you too. We are recommended by many, including our patron, Dame Esther Rantzen. Call our helpline today or take our claim test to see what you could be owed.
Date Published: January 25, 2017
Author: Rob Steen
Category: Knee injury claims