By claiming through the AAH you can get maximum compensation for your knee injury
Our knees can be a very delicate and complex part of the body. Due to where they are positioned on our body, they take a lot of weight and strain on a daily basis. Because of this, knee injuries are one of the most common forms of injuries in the UK. Different types of knee injuries are as follow;
- The ligament is stretched and painful.
- Fibres are torn.
- The ligament fibres are torn partially, mild instability may be evident.
- The ligament fibres are completely torn and the knee is completely unstable.
- Broken bone in or around the knee.
- Strains and sprains of the knee.
Obtaining maximum compensation for knee injury
If you are the injured party and you were not at fault for the accident, you are completely entitled to claim for compensation. Car accidents are a common cause of knee injury claims, as are falls, slips or trips in the street. Of course, there are other ways in which people are injured. A lot of people are injured at work or in sporting accidents. If any of these have happened to you and you sustain a knee injury, then you will need to make a personal injury claim through Accident Advice Helpline.
Regardless of how the accident took place, it’s important that you make a visit to a medical professional as soon as possible. This is so you can discover the extent of the injury and obtain any emergency treatment. You’ll be given a diagnosis and you will discover whether or not you need further treatment. If it’s a serious injury, you may also need physiotherapy, the cost of which should be covered by the compensation that you can receive from a personal claims solicitor.
Knee injuries may also stop you from working, which can be financially damaging if you need to take sick leave from work. Lack of mobility may also prevent you from doing things you usually do and you may need help with things you were used to doing for yourself. Fortunately, if the injury was not your fault, then you should be covered for any assistance and treatment you need, as well as any loss of earnings.
Next steps to gaining maximum compensation for your knee injury
To get in touch with an adviser at Accident Advice Helpline, when it comes to making a maximum compensation for your knee injury claim, there is nowhere better to look for help and support than Accident Advice Helpline. We pride ourselves on ensuring that our clients receive an outstanding level of customer service.
All of our lawyers are 100% No-Win, No-Fee*. This means that they’re focused entirely on helping you claim for your injury. We can help you today. For a free, no-obligation claim assessment, call us on 0800 689 0500 or take a moment to try our 30-second compensation calculator, which will give you an idea of how much you could be awarded for your injury.