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Understanding Grade 3 sprained ankle symptoms

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Are Grade 3 sprained ankle symptoms vastly different from Grade 2 symptoms?

Without a medical diagnosis, you won't know which grade of ankle sprain you have suffered. That's because Grade 3 sprained ankle symptoms can appear very similar to the symptoms of a Grade 2 sprain. With a Grade 2 sprain, there is not always joint instability, but with a Grade 3 sprain it is always present. You could be off work for a couple of months, or even longer if your ankle is still painful. A Grade 3 sprain is often the result of a nasty slip, trip or fall, which could happen at work or even in a public place.

Accident Advice Helpline has dealt with claims after people have slipped or tripped at swimming pools, in shopping centres & even at the local council offices. At the end of the day, if your accident was caused by somebody else's negligence and could have been prevented, then you are entitled to make a claim for personal injury compensation within three years.

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Our experienced advisors and personal injury lawyers have over 16 years' experience handling personal injury claims and we're here to make sure you get the compensation you are entitled to. If a Grade 3 ankle sprain has affected your ability to work and earn a living, we can help you get compensation for loss of earnings. You can call us on 0800 083 5045 to find out more about making a personal injury claim today.

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