What is a leg injury?
A leg injury is any injury or trauma which results in pain of any kind occurring between the heels of the feet and the pelvis.
Causes of a leg injury?
Leg injuries are common and can be caused in a number of ways, such as:
- Road traffic accidents
- An accident at work involving a solid object making contact with the leg
- A slip or fall at work or in a public place
If you have suffered a leg injury as a result of any of the above, or for any other reason, then it has the potential to develop into something significantly more serious such as ligament or muscle damage. Don’t wait any longer – take action today to claim the compensation you deserve.
Claiming compensation for a leg injury?
You may be able to claim compensation for a leg injury if you can prove that the injury has been caused by the negligent actions of another party.
What type of leg injury may you be able to claim for?
- Pain and suffering
- Loss of earnings
- Cost of care and assistance provided by a friend and/or family member
- Travelling expenses
- Any other expenses caused by the accident
What to do after suffering a leg injury?
If your leg injury was the result of another person negligence there is a very good chance you will be entitled to compensation.
As specialist accident and injury solicitors we can advise if you are entitled to make a leg injury claim following your accident and can also arrange any help and support you may need from lost earnings to medical expenses, were here to help you recover the costs of your accident and get you the compensation that you deserve.
Get an idea of what your leg injury claim could be worth by using our Claimometer or get in touch with our experienced team who will be happy to help you with your claim on a no win, no fee basis.
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