Are you wondering how much compensation for a broken ankle you’d get?
You may have sustained a broken ankle in an accident that was no fault of yours and be wondering: “how much compensation can I claim for it?” You may have injured it in a slip, trip or fall, or in a road accident. Wherever your accident was located, as long as you can prove that it was caused by another person’s negligence, you should be able to claim personal injury compensation.
First things first
The first thing to do is get medical attention for your injuries and a programme of physiotherapy for your recovery. If you’d like to know how much compensation for a broken ankle you could get if you make a claim, then you need some legal advice.
We can help you today to start a compensation claim but if you wish to consider your options and wait a while, we can still give you some free legal advice.
If the burning question is still ‘how much compensation for a broken ankle’ then take out 30 second online test. It will tell you if you’re eligible to claim and give you an idea of how much you could receive.
Making a claim for a broken ankle
We suggest that you gather together all the information and evidence surrounding your accident and give us a call. Our advisors are trained to answer your questions and assess the strength of your claim. They might not be able to tell you how much compensation for a broken ankle but they will give you some free legal advice.
The amount of compensation you could receive will be based on all the factors of your accident. This will include the seriousness of your injury, the reports of your doctor, the effects on your finances and anything else that we can include in your claim.
Our personal injury lawyers work on a no win no fee arrangement so you won’t be risking your finances by making a claim. If your claim is unsuccessful you won’t pay your lawyer’s legal fees and there’s no up front payments required.
Accident Advice Helpline
When you have taken our online test, give us a ring on one of our numbers. You can call at any time as the lines are always open for your calls. You can call 0800 689 0500 from a landline and from a mobile the number to ring is 0333 500 0993. Why not call us now for expert legal advice?
Date Published: 27th September 2013