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Ankle injury claims Solicitor
Ankle injury claims generally follow when a victim has suffered impact or trauma to the ankle, foot, knee or leg in an accident which was not their fault. There are obviously varying degrees of ankle injury claims depending on the severity of the ankle injury. Injuries range from the less severe (but still extremely painful) minor soft tissue damage such as strains and ligament damage to agonisingly painful fractures of the tibia (shinbone) or the fibula (calf bone). In the most serious cases that occur, often from major road traffic accidents, one or both ankles may be affected.
Why don’t people claim the compensation they are entitled to?
Research indicates that of all accident victims who suffer injuries, only 30% actually claim the compensation that they are entitled to. Anyone who has suffered an injury in an accident caused by the careless actions of others has a legal right to make a claim to obtain the ankle injury compensation they deserve.
Ankle injury solicitors at The Accident Team
The Accident Team’s solicitors are personal injury specialists who have looked after and advised many ankle injury accident victims throughout the UK including areas across the North such as Sheffield, Doncaster and many other locations. They are dedicated to providing you with the best in legal service and advice to obtain the highest possible level of compensation for your ankle injury claim and always on a no win, no fee* basis.
Your personal injury solicitor will be able to go into more detail once you have discussed your ankle injury claim. Some ankle injuries are relatively minor; resulting in lower payments, whilst other, more serious ankle injuries can mean much higher compensation awards.
The amounts highlighted below should be used as a guide:
- Minor ankle injury claims
If you have suffered a relatively minor ankle injury, such as soft tissue damage or simple fracture, you could expect from £1,000 to £8,000 in compensation if your claim is successful.
- Moderate ankle injury claims
For more serious ankle injury claims, such as complicated fractures or injuries to the joint or ligaments, you might be in a position to claim compensation between £8,000 and £12,000.
- Severe ankle injury claims
If your ankle injury is severe and results in permanent mobility issues your claim might result in a compensation pay out between £12,000 and £32,000+.
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How can we help you with your ankle injury claim?
If you would like to discuss the next steps for your ankle injury claim with one of our specialist solicitors, please get in touch on Freephone 0800 999 3738 for landlines, or 0330 999 0031 for mobiles. You can also text ‘CLAIM’ to 78866 or if you prefer, you can use our claims form and we will call you back at a time that is convenient to you.