A guide to making a No Win No Fee ankle injury claim
Types of ankle injury
- Breaks and fractures
- Cuts and lacerations
How much compensation can you claim for an ankle injury?
- Pain and suffering
- Medical expenses
- Loss of earnings
- Loss of amenity - where the Claimant's personal life, hobbies and social activities have been affected by the injury
- Associated expenses - such as travel costs to hospital, or hiring household help
The Court will require an independent medical report detailing your ankle injury. Your solicitor will arrange this for you. Your solicitor and the Court will use this medical report to support your compensation claim.
Guaranteed No Win, No Fee - No Catch
Typically a no win no fee contract (more correctly referred to as a CFA or Conditional Fee Agreement) is entered into between a claimant and a PI solicitor.
The Conditional Fee Agreement is basically the terms under which the solicitor represents their client.
The CFA outlines what the lawyer will do and how the solicitor will be rewarded if the compensation claim is ultimately successful.
If you instruct Quittance Personal Injury for your ankle injury claim there will be no sneaky hidden charges , no up-front fees and the peace of mind that you wont be out of pocket.
What to do next
Making the right decision depends on the correct information. Get your questions answered before you instruct.
Get answers to common questions asked by injured people on the frequently asked questions page.
Compare personal injury solicitors
Nearly all personal injury lawyers will take your case on a No Win, No Fee basis. When selecting a solicitor, the key question is "what will their success fee be if you win your claim ".
For a more accurate idea of how much more you could keep with Quittance's solicitors, compared with other solicitors, compare personal injury solicitor quotes.
Ready to start?
Call the Quittance team on 0800 612 7456 to make the claim for compensation. Alternatively, you can begin a injury claim online here.
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