Sprained ankles can have a major effect on your life. If you have slipped or tripped then you may not be able to balance your weight correctly, play the sports you enjoy or even drive your car.
Often they result in time away from work and a loss of earnings as well much pain and frustration. Because of this it is worth speaking to an expert in compensation for sprained ankles.
Providing your injury was caused through no fault of your own, has occurred in the past three years and was checked by a qualified medical professional, then there’s a strong chance you have a valid reason to begin claim proceedings.
Where to turn?
Accident Advice Helpline is a national law firm that has more than 16 years’ experience in winning compensation for injuries such as sprained ankles. We understand the pain and inconvenience such an injury causes and endeavour to get our clients appropriate financial redress from those at fault.
We believe in operating in a clear and transparent manner with regular updates during the claims process, and our services have received an official endorsement from TV consumer champion Dame Esther Rantzen.
As we can handle every aspect of your claim, you may not even need to attend court hearings, meaning you can rest up and ensure your ankle heals properly.
How much compensation for sprained ankles can you receive?
It is difficult to say initially as all cases for sprained ankles are different. The amount of compensation you could be entitled to depends on the severity of your injury and level of negligence that caused it.
On our website we have an unique tool we call the 30-second test. This can take down the basic details of your case and give you an instant idea of how much you may be able to claim.
It is also worth speaking to one of our friendly team. Our advisers can be contacted on 0800 689 500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone and will be able to explain the claims process in detail as well as put your mind at ease.
We provide our help on a no-win, no-fee* basis, so you really have nothing to lose and potentially a substantial sum to gain.
Date Published: 28th June 2014
Author: Jan Newell