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Leg Injury Compensation Claims

Leg injuries can cause a great deal of inconvenience and they can have serious consequences too. They can prevent the sufferer from performing simple every day tasks such as playing their favourite games and even doing their job properly.  Some of the common types of leg injuries include sprains and strains, dislocations and fractures.  Leg injuries can also result in other complications such as varicose veins and deep vein thrombosis.

If you have suffered an injury to your leg and if it was caused due to the negligence of someone else, you may be in a position to make leg injury compensation claims.

Leg injuries can be sustained in a variety of ways.  However, some of the common causes of leg injuries which can give rise to leg injury compensation claims include:

Falling from a height – this is usually common in workplaces such as construction sites, building sites, factories and warehouses.  A person who falls from heights can sustain a variety of injuries with leg injuries being the most common.  Fractures are quite common during falls.

Slips and trips – slips on wet flooring and trips over obstacles are a common cause of leg injuries.  But the good thing is that such accidents do not usually result in serious leg injuries.

Heavy lifting – performing heavy lifting and manual handling tasks can put excessive pressure on certain parts of the body including the back and the legs.  Dropping heavy objects on the foot can cause a variety of leg injuries including crush injuries.

Road accidents – accidents taking place on the roads are common, but when they occur they can result in serious injuries.  Among the various types of injuries, leg injuries, fractures, head injuries and whiplash are the most common when road accidents take place.

Consider Claiming For Compensation

Leg injuries can create a negative impact on the lifestyle of the victim as well as on his employment.  If leg injuries are left untreated, they can lead to muscle damage, fractures, ligament damage and even broken bones.  For this reason, it is essential to seek medical attention as soon as possible following the injury.

Our solicitors have extensive experience in handling all types of personal injury cases.

You can arrange a free consultation with our solicitors and find out if your claim has merit and if it does, how much compensation you may be able to recover.

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