Useful ankle injury compensation advice
An ankle injury is very debilitating and it can be caused by any number of factors. Something as simple as a trip or a fall can result in a painful injury that makes it difficult to walk, work or concentrate. They can happen to anyone, but the trauma that results can be very serious. Signs of ankle injury including swelling, bruising, pain (often severe and sharp) or an inability to put weight onto the foot in question. Many people who have suffered an accident may be entitled to compensation. See how you can pursue compensation with our questionnaire below.
How do I know I’m entitled to claim?
You can claim ankle injury compensation if you have had an accident that was caused by somebody else. This could be anything from a road traffic accident to an accident at work, a simple slip or a case of negligence – if someone else’s mistake or lapse caused your injury, you may be entitled to compensation. A claim must be made within three years of the accident, but if you were under age when the incident occurred, the limit may be extended to allow your case.
How easy is it to claim?
Accident Advice Helpline will help you through the process of claiming ankle injury compensation, making the process as simple as possible for you. The majority of claims can be processed over the phone, minimising the inconvenience to you. If you are worried about the pressure of a court date, you can relax – most claimants will not even need to attend court in order to press their claim.
How do I find out if I qualify?
Simply take the 30-Second Test on our site to find out whether Accident Advice Helpline can help you. Our advice line is open 24/7 on 0800 689 0500 to help you decide whether to pursue ankle injury compensation. You can rest assured that you can speak to our friendly, professional advisers in complete confidence, with no obligation to proceed. We have over 14 years of experience in ankle injury compensation, so we are ready and able to listen.
How much ankle injury compensation will I receive?
Use our Compensation Calculator to work out a guideline for your claim amount. The company works on a 100% no win, no fee basis, so we are out to get the compensation you deserve.
Date Published: 26th July 2013
Author: Jan Newell