After an accident you may have injured your knee and required knee injury support. If your accident was caused by someone other than yourself then it may be worth speaking to a professional legal advisor about the incident. Accident Advice Helpline offer a free service to victims of unfair accidents, to establish whether they qualify for compensation. To find out more about the services we offer, with no upfront fees or obligation to make a claim, call our helpline today.
How much could my claim be worth?
Accident Advice Helpline have a handy claim calculator online for victims of accidents to use. The calculator is quick and simple to use and only requires some basic information. It takes 30 seconds or less to determine whether you have a claim to be made. If you do have a claim, the calculator can even give you an estimated figure of how much compensation you could be awarded.
Alternatively you can call our helpline number to speak to a trained advisor about your accident and injury. Our advisors can offer free initial advice about your potential options and if we find that you are eligible to claim and you let us represent you, we can make the claim on your behalf. We will also keep you informed during the process.
What is a knee injury support and do I need one?
A knee injury support may mean a brace, splint or cast, and depending on the severity of your injury you may be required to wear one or you could benefit from one. If you have sustained a knee injury it is best that you seek advice from a medical professional who will be able to tell you what treatment and knee support is necessary.
Some people wear knee support after they have recovered from an injury to protect the knee from repeat injury. Sports such as weightlifting often require knee supports to be used to prevent injury. You may decide to wear a knee support to prevent an injury from happening again or help aid your recovery if you have been hurt.
Make a claim today
If you are using a knee injury support after an accident, or you want to find out what your right to compensation is, call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 (or 0333 500 0993 if calling from a mobile).
Date Published: January 25, 2017
Author: Rob Steen