9th June 2015
If you have decided to make a compensation claim following a personal injury then you may be wondering where to…
If you have suffered a knee injury in an accident that wasn’t your fault, you can make a claim for compensation and recover any losses you faced. You can claim for lost wages, medical bills, transport costs and any other expenses you faced as a result of your knee injury. Part of your personal injury compensation claim will recompense you for the impact the injury has had on your quality of life, such as any pain and suffering you have experienced, and your long-term prognosis.
The knee contains many delicate tendons and muscles, as well as bones that can easily become fractured or broken. This means knee injuries are quite common, arising in a huge range of different settings. We have seen knee injury claims in medical negligence claims, accident at work claims and public liability claims. Knee injuries are particularly frequent in slips, trips and falls, as people’s legs twist as they tumble, which can cause damage to the knee.
Knee injury claims take a variety of forms, ranging from the less-serious, to those with severe and long-lasting consequences. This means the overall value of a knee injury claim can vary quite dramatically, and while the figures on this page provide an accurate representation of the value of claims Clearwater Solicitors have pursued, the value of your compensation claim could be considerably different.
We have handled a huge range of knee injury claims, helping people receive the compensation they deserve without any hassle. This means we’re well-placed to take on your compensation claim and can give you the best possible chance of success in your case.
For more information, or to start making a claim today, just call us on 08000 430 430. You can also get in touch online – just fill in our online enquiry form and we will call you back.