Have you suffered an ankle injury after an accident in Canterbury?
Although any type of injury can be painful, if you suffer an ankle injury as a result of an accident in Canterbury, you could be in a significant amount of pain. Often, when a person suffers a physical injury they are required to rest the affected area for some time.
If, for example, you hurt your wrist in an accident in Canterbury, you may be advised not to drive or play sports until the injury had resolved itself. Whilst it may be possible to rest an arm or wrist, resting an ankle after an accident in Canterbury can be much more difficult.
If you were to try and rest your ankle following an accident in Canterbury, you may not be able to move at all. Even staying at home may involve getting up and moving around regularly, which could aggravate the injury.
If you’ve suffered a serious ankle injury after an accident in Canterbury and you’re unable to walk or move around, you may be required to stay in hospital until the injury begins to recover. Whilst most people are eager to return home as soon as possible after an accident in Canterbury, you may recover more quickly if you remain in hospital for a few days or even weeks after the incident.
Depending on the type of accident in Canterbury, you may find that it takes you a lengthy time to fully recover from your injury. Whilst a sprain may have resolved itself within a few days a weeks, a bad break or a fracture could take months to heal and you may need to undergo physical therapy once the bone has healed to help build up the muscle around the affected area.
If you’ve experienced this type of injury following an accident in Canterbury and the accident wasn’t your fault, you may want to explore the possibility of making a claim for compensation. If you can show that the accident in Canterbury was caused by someone or something else, you could have a good chance of obtaining compensation and we could help you.
How much will it cost me?
If you’re concerned that making a claim after an accident in Canterbury will be very expensive, you don’t need to be. Although making a traditional claim could prove costly, you no longer have to pay upfront fees in order to make a compensation claim.
If you decide to make your claim with Accident Advice Helpline you’ll be able to do so on a no win no fee basis. This means that you won’t have to pay anything at all upfront and that you won’t need to worry about how to finance your claim.
If you’d like to learn more about making a no win no fee compensation claim for your injuries, simply contact Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 if you’re calling from a mobile and we’ll do everything that we can to help with your claim.