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Leg and ankle injuries can range from sprains and ligament damage, to broken bones and amputation. Recovery periods can differ drastically, depending on how severe your injury is. Some leg injuries require extensive multiple surgeries, when the bones in the leg are shattered due to an impact. Recovery from this type of injury can be long, difficult and painful with many hours of physiotherapy required to use the limb again properly.
The loss of a leg in an accident will have a massive impact on your life, both at home with your loved ones but also at work. There will be significant surgery immediately after the accident, with physiotherapy and the fitting of a prosthetic limb continuing for many months’ post-accident.
It is important to get you the compensation you deserve following a lower limb injury. To do this we will:
Please complete your details below and our Front Line Team will call you back within two hours. Once you have decided to take your claim forward, your case handler will be allocated to you and stay with you until your claim is settled.
Our skilled solicitors and their teams solidly verify the facts of your case in order to firmly establish your justified position – we then pursue deserved compensation for the injuries you have suffered.
Simply fill in your details below and one of our advisers will get back intouch within 24 hours
Our Front Line Team will gather all of the information required to make a claim on your behalf.
You will be introduced to your Case Manager, who will submit your claim to the other party. Your Case Manager will consider arranging a medical examination and treatment required to assist your recovery, and will formulate your claim to present to the other party. Your claim will then be pursued through to its conclusion.
Our Solicitors and their teams treat each case as unique, carefully gathering the facts of your specific case to accurately justify the overall compensation that you deserve for your injury, and not a penny less.