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Knee Injury Claims – Mobile

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Knee injuries are among the most common cases seen by personal injury solicitors, and there are many different ways in which this fragile joint can be damaged.

Generally, the most serious knee injuries occur when there has been a high impact collision, such as a road traffic accident or sporting injury.

Accidents can also occur due to trips and falls indoors, outdoors and of course at work.

As the knee is such a complicated part of the body, it is susceptible to many different kinds of injury, including strains, bleeding in the joint and ligament damage.

If you are the victim of a knee injury that was not your fault, speak to Croftons Solicitors about your chances of making a successful knee injury compensation claim.

How much compensation will you receive?

As we have seen, the nature of knee injuries can vary greatly in each individual case. Therefore, the amount of compensation you receive will depend upon the severity of your injury.

For example, you may have been forced to take time off work to recover from your knee injury, whether this was just to wait for swelling to subside or to undergo surgery to correct the problem. In doing so, you could have missed out on earnings you would otherwise have received.

You may also have incurred costs brought about by the need for further medical treatment. All of these factors will be considered when deciding on how much knee injury compensation you should be awarded.

Contact Croftons Solicitors

If you have suffered a knee injury that was not your fault, then regardless of the nature of the accident Croftons Solicitors will be able to offer assistance.

To find out more about starting your claim, call us on 0800 2800 094 or fill out our online contact form and we will assess the likely success of the case.



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