Many people suffer with knee problems but if you were the victim of an unfair accident which affected your knee and required a knee injury diagnosis, you could be eligible to receive compensation. Call Accident Advice Helpline to hear about the services we offer, such as our no-win, no-fee representation, and to see whether you qualify for compensation.
What areas of the knee can become damaged?
Knee injuries are not uncommon and they can occur from playing sports, from falls and from car accidents. You may have damaged your knee in a different kind of accident though these examples are the most common ways that most victims injure themselves.
The knee is made up of several parts and all of these areas can become injured:
- The ligaments which connect your bones together
- The tendons which connect the muscle to bone
- The articular cartilage which covers the top of your shin bone and the bottom of your thigh bone and the back of your kneecap
- The cartilage discs (menisci) which absorb impact and shock to your knee
After a knee injury diagnosis what should I do?
If you were left injured after an accident in the last three years and you believe someone else was responsible you could be entitled to compensation. Contact our helpline to speak to our friendly and experienced legal experts today to find out.
We also have a 30-second claim calculator on our website which can tell you in no time whether you have a claim and how much it could be worth.
No-win, no-fee service
At Accident Advice Helpline we want to help you get all the information you need following an accident which caused you a knee injury. If you have been left in pain and recovering after a knee injury diagnosis, we would like to offer you free support and guidance about what steps to take next.
You could be entitled to claim compensation and we could make that claim on your behalf. We offer a no-win, no-fee service so that even if your case is unsuccessful you won’t be left paying out for expensive solicitors’ fees because we will cover the cost. There’s nothing to lose by giving us a call and finding out more about the service we offer.
Call Accident Advice Helpline today on 0800 689 0500 (or call 0333 500 0993 from a mobile).