Lower Body Injury Claims

If you have recently suffered an injury to your lower body due to no fault of your own, then you may be eligible to claim compensation for your injury, including associated medical expenditures and any loss of income that may have occurred from your inability to continue working. If you feel that you have been left out of pocket through no fault of your own and you are now struggling to pay off any debts that you have, you may be eligible for compensation, call the Manners Pimblett team today to find out what you are entitled to.

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How can Lower Body injuries occur?

Lower body injuries can occur for a range of reasons and can range from a minor injury to complete disability.

Similar to most body injuries, compensation amounts can vary depending on what area of your body is affected, but can often be quite high due to the effect an injury of this type can have on a person’s mobility and ability to perform their job properly. Higher compensation amounts can also be awarded due to a claimant’s inability to perform his or her tasks at work meaning a claim for loss of income is more than likely.

What kind of injuries can occur?

Lower body injuries can include a whole range of injury to a variety of body parts including:

  • Leg injuries – Can be caused by a whole host of reasons but most likely due to falling from a height or tripping. Can result in major and minor injuries
  • Foot injuries – Damaging ligaments in the foot can make it difficult to walk and perform daily tasks
  • Ankle injuries – Can vary from a simple sprain to an Achilles tendon making it difficult for the claimant to perform their work tasks
  • Hip injuries – Generally are the result of a fall, this can be a fall from any height, down stairs or simply tripping over.
  • Knee injuries – Can be caused by continuous strain being placed on the knee this can be done through tasks such as lifting and carrying items
  • How can I claim?

If you have received a lower body injury due to negligence from your employer or the fault of someone else, then you may be eligible to claim for personal injury compensation. If your family has been left out of pocket and can no longer rely on your income as you are currently too incapacitated to work, then there has never been a better time to make a personal injury claim. Call the Manners Pimblett team today and get your claim started, to quickly put the money that you are entitled to back in your pocket.

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