A knee injury can be very painful and can prevent you from carrying out certain activities. Most knee injuries will heal up with rest but some, more serious injuries, may require surgery. There are several ways how you could develop a knee injury.
Slips, trips and falls are very common, particularly in the workplace. If you land awkwardly or heavily, you could twist your knee or give it a very nasty knock.
A road traffic accident could cause you damage to your knee if it gets hit on impact. A hard blow to the knee could result in a broken knee and may require surgery.
Some jobs require the use of a ladder, or you may use one at home for DIY jobs. If that ladder is faulty and a rung breaks, you could twist your knee or land heavily on it, causing tendon or ligament damage.
How you could develop a knee injury and claim compensation
Knee injuries can prevent you from walking or driving, and depending on your job, you may not be able to work until the injury heals. If you can show that your injury was caused by someone else’s actions, than you may be able to claim compensation.
A compensation claim can help you to recover any loss of earnings or out-of-pocket expenses, such as prescriptions for painkillers if they were needed to treat your knee. To make a claim, you need an experienced personal injury lawyer, such as Accident Advice Helpline.
A little about Accident Advice Helpline
As a legal company who have been making compensation claims since 2000, we have professional advisors and solicitors who make sure you receive nothing but the best help and support. We fully understand how you could develop a knee injury and the effect that can have on your daily life.
Our advisors will help you to find out if you can claim compensation and they have lots of useful information and advice designed to help you get the best from your claim.
If you are unable to work as a result of the accident that caused your injury, then don’t worry about how you are going to fund your claim. All of the experienced lawyers at Accident Advice Helpline work on a no-win, no-fee* basis.
If you think your knee injury means you can claim compensation, then call today and find out. You can speak to our advisors by calling free from a landline on 0800 689 0500, or you can get their advice from a mobile by calling 0333 500 0993. All advice is free with no obligation to make a claim, so you have nothing to lose by calling.
Category: Knee injury claims