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How Much Can I Claim For Ankle injuries

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The ankle is very susceptible to injuries and is seen in a lot of personal injury claims. It contains many fragile bones and tendons, which can become damaged due to impact or infection, with potentially serious consequences. Fortunately, the majority of people who have made an ankle injury claim will make a full recovery, but severe injuries can cause lifelong problems, including pain and difficulty walking.

If you have suffered an ankle injury in an accident that wasn’t your fault, you have the right to claim ankle injury compensation. You should be able to recover all your losses with an ankle injury claim, including any lost wages, medical expenses and travel costs you have to face. You should also be covered for any costs you can reasonably expect to pay in the future, such as to pay for additional medical or rehabilitation care.

You will also be compensated for your pain and suffering, and how the injury has changed your quality of life, including any problems you face or any psychological problems you have suffered from as a result of the injury.

As a result, the value of your compensation claim could be considerably different to the figures on this compensation claim calculator, and if you want a realistic assessment of your claim, you will have to talk to personal injury solicitors. The team at Clearwater Solicitors have handled all kinds of ankle injury compensation claims that arose in a variety of settings, so we can put you in touch with a solicitor who has handled cases just like yours.

We can help you secure all the money you deserve in your ankle injury claim and give you the best possible chance of success. To speak with a legal advisor, just call us on 08000 430 430 or fill in our online enquiry form to request a call back.

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