Knee Injury Claims Compensation: Claim the compensation you are owed after a knee injury
Knee injury claims compensation cases are something Beardsells have become very familiar with. Between April 2011 and March 2012, 22,433 major injuries such as amputations, fractures and burns to employees were reported. So, if you’ve sustained a knee injury through no fault of your own, we understand how it can put your life on hold and that you probably want to know whether you are entitled to Knee injury claims compensation to support you. Our personal injury solicitors are on hand to help make your personal injury claim for knee damage go through as smooth as possible, allowing you to feel some relief and closure after your accident.
The trouble with accidental trips, slips and falls is that the victim usually lands on their knee first. This means that your knee takes the full force of the impact. Once you have suffered a knee injury there is a possibility you may have recurring trouble with your knee for years to come, even after the knee injury claims process is over.
Know Your Knee
Your knee is made up of bones, cartilage, muscles, ligaments, tendons and fluid. It’s the main joint in the lower body that helps you walk and move. The knee is also a particularly vulnerable part of the body because it carries your full body weight and takes to largest amount of the impact when you walk, run or jump. This means the knee can be easily damaged.
When you are the victim of a knee injury your life can be affected in many ways:
- You may have to take time off workYou may have to give up work completely
- You may not be able to put your body weight on the injured knee and therefore be unable to walk until the injury has healed
- You may need physiotherapy
- You may not be able to play sports again
- You may have difficulty taking care of children
- You may suffer difficulty sleeping
- You may have to take painkillers for a long period of time.
Injuries can affect your way of living in many ways, if you have suffered an injury that wasn’t your fault you don’t have to endure to life changing situations without being compensated. These situations can involve:
- Painful medical procedures
- Having time off work
- Giving up work permanently
- Difficulty walking
- Being unable to keep fit
- Trouble Sleeping
- Being unable to care for and play with your children
You are well within your right to be financially rewarded for your troubles, even if that includes claiming against your current employer.
Types of Knee Injury Claims Compensation
Sprains and strains
A sprain or sprain is when the muscles and tendons within the knee are over stretched and can sometimes fray. This can be extremely painful, may on occasions swell up and can sometimes stop you from walking. Sprains and strains will heal over a period of time and you are still entitled to claim a financial reward if the accident wasn’t your fault.
The Menisci is a rubbery pad that lives between the upper and lower leg bone. It acts as a shock absorber and cushions and impact that would otherwise be taken by the joint bone. During an accident the menisci can tear, this will lead to extreme pain, swelling, and a locking of the knee. This will usually heal itself yet in some serious accident cases it will require an operation to fix the torn menisci pad. The compensation amount you can claim for this type of injury will depend upon the severity of the injury and the after effect you have suffered.
Bursitis or ‘Housemaids Knee’
This is a type of knee injury that is usually suffered by people whose job requires kneeling for long periods of time such as brick layers or carpet layers. Sports men and women can also suffer from this injury. It is when excess fluid builds up on the knee. Symptoms can usually be treated by rest and anti-inflammatory painkillers but often results in knee injury claims.
Torn Ligaments and Tendons
Ligaments are made of tissue and they connect the bone to the knee joint and the tendons connect the muscle to the bone. More often than not tendon and ligaments are injured during sporting accidents but can also be damaged during a car accident or fall. Torn ligaments and tendon damage can cause the knee to swell, be painful to walk on or may cause the knee to ‘give way’ when you do try and walk on it. Knee injury claims following torn ligaments and tendons often result in a large amount of compensation.
Choose the Right Solicitor
When it comes to personal injury compensation claims such as knee injury claims compensation, there is no one better than Beardsells Solicitors. We have over 30 years’ experience in winning compensation cases. We have been so successful and build such a noble reputation because we really support our clients. We go that extra mile and our main aim is winning you the compensation you deserve.
You can find out more about Knee Injury Claims by downloading our professional Free Guide here:
We have built many knee injury claims compensation cases in the past 30 years’. Our experience is second to none. We know what it takes to build a truly unbeatable knee injury claims case and our clients are always pleasantly surprises that we go above and beyond there expectations.
If you have suffered a knee injury that wasn’t your fault then you have a right to claim financial reward for the pain and turmoil. Weather your injuries were very severe and lead to surgery or minor and just required small medical attention you can still win your knee injury claims compensation case. The amount of money you will receive will depend upon your individual case.
Your injury may have led to permanent disability, you may no longer be able to do physical exercise and therefore your overall health may suffer. You will be able to claim for loss of earnings, damages, treatment costs and expenses incurred due to the injury.
We’re made it really easy for to start your claim today. All you have to do is fill out our simple online form and we’ll give you a call. Or give one of our friendly solicitors a call today on 0800 677 1911 or 0333 577 2251 from your mobile and we can give you all the information you need on knee injury claims. It’s free!
You may be entitled to a lot of knee injury claims compensation. We work on a no win, no fee basis on our knee injury claims. What have you got to lose?
Whatever Accident You Have Had, Call Us For Advice On Making Your Claim
The best and fastest way of finding out if we can help you is to contact us right away. We are a friendly bunch and if you have suffered from any of these:
- Road Traffic Accidents
- Accidents at Work
- Tripping, Slipping and Falling Cases
- Criminal Injuries Compensation
- Occupier's Liability Claims
- Medical Negligence
- Dental Negligence
- Industrial Diseases
We are sure we will be able to help you get what you deserve.
Meet Our Team of Personal Injury Experts
Amongst our team we have members of the Law Society Personal Injury Panel and the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers.
Our aim is to ensure that you receive the full amount of compensation due to you, without deduction for legal costs, insurance or any other expenses. If you have a good claim we will fund all the costs on your behalf.
We’re not a faceless corporation, we’re a firm of real people that care about our clients. Here are just some of the people that are waiting to help you right now:
A Company You Can Trust
Beardsells have not only been practising successfully in personal injury claims since 1984:
- We are also members of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers
Take a Moment to Read Some of Our Client Cases:
WE FUNDED ALL THESE CLAIMS EVEN THOUGH NONE OF THEM WERE CLEAR CUT, AND THERE WAS NO GUARANTEE OF A GOOD RESULT. WE BACKED OUR JUDGMENT AND BACKED OUR CLIENT - WE ARE ALWAYS PREPARED TO TRY TO GO THE EXTRA MILE FOR YOU TO ACHIEVE THE BEST POSSIBLE RESULT IN YOUR ACCIDENT CLAIM.
Take the First Step Today...
The best way to get the ball rolling is to speak to us today. It costs nothing to call us, and we don’t bite!
You really are in safe hands when you contact us. We’ll be able to tell you very quickly whether you have a good case and how much you can expect to claim.