Ankle injury compensation claims - Introduction
Do I have a claim for an ankle injury?
If you have suffered an ankle injury in the last three years (longer if children were involved) and someone else was to blame, then we can help you make a compensation claim.
Types of ankle injury
- Breaks and fractures
- Cuts and lacerations
Calculate my ankle injury compensation
- 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.
Road traffic accident claims
Every year almost 200,000* people are injured on Britain's roads. If you have been injured in a road accident that was not your fault, you can claim compensation.
Find out more about claiming ankle injury compensation for a road accident: Read more about road accident claims
*Source: Official Department of Transport statistics (gov.uk)
>Accidents at work - Claims against your employer
Every year, 600,000* employees are injured in accidents at work. If you have suffered an injury or illness at work, you may able to claim compensation.
Find out if you can claim ankle injury compensation from your employer: Read more about work accident claims
*Source: 2016/17 Health and Safety Executive (HSE) report
Accident in a public place case study
£6,500 awarded for leg injuries sustained on the road View case study