Ankle Injury Compensation Claims

Ankles: Broken Bones, Fractures, Muscle, Tendon or Ligament Injuries and Damage

Everyone's suffered a twisted ankle at one time or other. But like anything else, some ankle injuries can be very severe, causing a great deal of pain, affecting other limbs and leaving you immobile for long periods.

Of course, there are literally hundreds of ways you can injure one or both ankles. You could simply be walking or jogging along a pavement that has lots of potholes, for example, or cycling with your feet wrongly positioned on your pedals.

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Where could I suffer an ankle injury?

  • Accidents at work, especially if your job involves carrying heavy, awkward or irregularly-shaped objects, or if you walk or run for lengthy periods
  • Road accidents
  • Slips, trips and fall accidents, especially in icy weather
  • Dog bites/attacks

If you have suffered an ankle injury in an accident that was not your fault within the last 3 years, you may be able to claim compensation for your personal injury via a no win no fee agreement.

What if I injured my ankle at work?

If your ankle injury was caused at work and matters were beyond your control, making a compensation claim against your boss should be no problem. By law your employers should deal with any damages claims via their employers' liability insurance.

Why choose Simpson Millar LLP's Personal Injury Experts?

  • Visionary legal claims solutions
  • Specialist personal injury support
  • No win no fee – no obligation, friendly advice
  • High-quality, expert and professional
  • Totally open and transparent – we'll keep you informed at all times
  • Comprehensive local knowledge throughout the UK
  • Over 150 years' experience

Can I claim compensation?

If you or a member of your family has suffered an ankle injury through no fault of your own, you could be entitled to compensation. Call our Personal Injury Experts now on Freephone: 0808 129 3320. Alternatively complete our online enquiry form for free compensation claims advice.

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Melanie Burden | Partner, Head of Personal Injury | Simpson Millar LLP

Melanie Burden
Head of Personal Injury

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