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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Knee ligament injury

    Have you suffered a knee ligament injury at work you believe your employer to be responsible for? Do you wish to raise a claim for personal injury compensation? If you do, we here at Accident Advice Helpline can assist.

    Your knee ligaments are strong strings of tissue that connect the bones in your body. In the knee the two important ligaments that can get injured are the anterior cruciate ligament, and the posterior cruciate ligament. If either of these two ligaments become torn, you may need to undergo corrective surgery.

    These types of injury most often occur in sports and because sportsmen and women voluntarily enter sports of their own free will, fully aware of the potential risks of injury, it is not normally possible to claim compensation. But if the injury occurred as a result of manual handling in a warehouse, then the employer could be liable, especially if the injury victim had either not been properly trained, or has been asked to move a load that was too heavy and/or bulky.

    Claiming compensation for knee ligament injury in the workplace

    You can claim compensation for a knee injury in the workplace if you meet the following criteria.

    • You have had an accident that was not your fault
    • You received medical treatment as a result of the accident
    • You had the accident within the last three years

    You can find out how much compensation you could be awarded for your injury by taking the 30-second test here on this website. All you have to do is to locate our HOW MUCH compensation calculator and answer the four simple questions it asks you about your injury. Do this by selecting the appropriate responses from the drop-down boxes we’ve provided. Once you’ve done this, leave a note of your name and contact telephone number and you’ll be given an on screen estimate.

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    Contact Accident Advice Helpline for your knee ligament injury compensation

    Once you contact us, together we can get your claim for compensation for your knee injury started quickly. There are various ways you can get in touch with us. You can, for example, call our helpline from any UK-based landline by dialling 0800 689 0500. Alternatively you can use your mobile, the number to ring is 0333 500 0993. Or finally, you can text us by sending ‘claim365’ to 88010 and we’ll get right back to you.

    Claims for personal injury compensation are best made as soon after the injury has been sustained as possible. That being the case why not pick up your phone and get in touch us today about your knee ligament injury.

    Date Published: 5th May 2014

    Author: David Brown

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