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Do you want to make a claim for an ankle injury that was caused by somebody else? Find out the average compensation amount you could receive by taking a look at the information above. Keep reading for more information about injuries, including types of ankle injuries, their effects and symptoms and how compensation could help you.
It is important to remember that these are guideline figures only and if you want to find out how much you could be awarded for a specific injury, such as a broken ankle, contact our team. Call 0800 054 6570 or complete our online enquiry form and we will get back to you.
Types of Ankle Injury
Ankle injuries can have a serious impact on your mobility, restricting you from being able to go about daily activities, and sometimes preventing you from working.
Ankle injuries you can claim for include:
- Fractured or broken ankle
- Sprained ankle
- OS Trigonum syndrome
The most common causes of ankle injuries include accidents at work, road traffic accidents, sporting accidents and slips, trips and falls.
Effects and Symptoms
An ankle injury usually presents itself through tenderness and swelling, bruising, loss of function and an inability to bear weight. Recovering from an ankle injury can leave you immobile for quite some time because you are usually required to take pressure off the joint by resting and recuperating.
That normally means you are unable to walk, which can have a significant impact on your daily routine, your ability to work and take part in hobbies and activities.
How Compensation Could Help You
The amount of compensation you can claim with our help depends on the severity of your injury and the expenses incurred as a result. Our team has many years of experience in making ankle injury claims, so you can rest assured that we will do our utmost to ensure you receive the highest possible amount of compensation for the accident.
Compensation can be used to cover the cost of the earnings you have lost as a result of the injury, as well as anything you might need to aid your recovery. This can include specialist equipment such as bracing, crutches or a wheelchair, adaptations to your home or corrective footwear.
Making a claim for ankle injury compensation can be stressful, but ultimately a successful outcome will ensure you are supported so that you can focus on making a recovery from your injuries. Let JMW help by taking the stress away from you by doing our best to secure the compensation you deserve.