No win No fee solicitors in Romsey
For the people who live or work in Romsey or the surrounding areas we have the ‘no win, no fee’ solicitors in Romsey and nationwide: Accident Advice Helpline. Their team consists of in-house solicitors who take on accident compensation claims for people seeking cash compensation after they have suffered injuries due to accidents which were not their own fault. The ‘no win, no fee’ solicitors in Romsey can deal with all sorts of injury claims. Due to being in the business for over a decade, Accident Advice Helpline have vast experience and can advise how to help you on any injury.
Foot & Heel Injuries
Injuries to the ligaments, muscles, and tendons in the lower body are very common. Your legs and feet endure constant stress or pressure due to the amount of time you spend standing, as well as from the pressure they endure during physical activity and sports. Because of the excessive amount of work your feet undergo on a daily basis, they are often prone to developing many painful conditions that can plague you.
Common Heel and Foot Injuries
The most common types of foot pain can develop around, and be centred on the heel of the foot. The heels of the feet often hit the ground at high velocity or with great pressure during running or other physical activity which would deliver excessive amounts of weight, pounding, or force against the heel. Because the heels of the feet are prone to receiving the brunt of physical stress it is important to be able to address these painful conditions when they occur in order to treat them and prevent them from coming back.
Among the most common causes of pain in the feet is plantar fasciitis. This condition occurs when the plantar fascia ligament, which runs the length of the bottom of the foot, develops tears and becomes inflamed. Aching pain can ensue once this condition develops and it can greatly affect your daily lifestyle.
Another type of foot pain is due to heel spurs. Heel spurs are pointed, bony fragments that extend from the heel of the foot and point forwards towards the toes. This fragment can become very painful as it tears through tissue and nerves in the foot and pain usually becomes more severe over time as the spur develops.
Another type of pain that can develop around the heel of the foot is Achilles tendonitis. Similar to plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendonitis results from tears in the Achilles tendon along the back of the heel and ankle due to repetitive or excessive stress, resulting in inflammation and pain.
If you are suffering from an injury that is not your fault, but because of someone else’s negligence, oversight or error and it occurred within the last 3 years, then give Accident Advice Helpline a call. Our number is 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0933 from a mobile phone. Our friendly and professional advisers are on hand to help you make your claim.