You or someone you know may have suffered a leg injury and have found it difficult to get about the way you used to before the personal injury. You may have taken time off work and reduce your social activities due to the inconvenience of coping with a leg injury. Getting medical attention was probably a priority as the excruciating pain would be unbearable. It has been in your best interest to get the treatment as a leg injury can reveal unseen problems such as a fracture or a broken bone. If no attention has been sought, then 101% Compensation will organise for a medical assessment immediately to ease your suffering.
There are three areas of the leg that could be affected by a leg injury which are known as the femur (thigh bone), and the fibula (shin bone). These bones join at the knee joint and often the knee is likely to be injured as well by the leg injury. See our Knee Injury Claim Page.
You may have found that your leg injury has made you partially or completely immovable. You are no longer able to do the shopping or other little errands, instead relying on other family members to take their valuable time out to help you. It can be a distressing time when you cannot walk unaided and have to wait for somebody to arrive.
A leg injury may have claimed your dignity as you may need assistance in personal care. You will rather choose the type of support you want and are comfortable with. You can, if you have not already arranged for treatment, when you take immediate action to contact 101% Compensation for leg injury claims. You can decide, where it is possible and suitable, to change your existing arrangements when you consult with our leg injury specialist solicitors.
Being involved in a car accident, whether you were the driver or not, may entitle you to our 101% injury compensation.
An accident at work can often leave you with an injury forcing you to take time off work. We may help recover your losses.
If you have suffered from a slip or a fall, then talk to us and see if you are liable to compensation for your injury.
Your leg injury may have happened in a car accident, motorbike accident, work accident or a sporting accident. Falling off a ladder is a common accident as is being struck by a vehicle on the road. Whether you have slipped on a slippery surface, got trapped under unsafe machinery, tripped on equipment in a private or public place, there is a liability for certain people or companies to legally ensure safety procedures and protocols are carried out. Failure in meeting their responsibilities can be proven as negligence.
If it can be shown that negligence is the cause of the accident that resulted in your leg injury, then you are very likely to claim maximum compensation for your personal injury. You will appreciate the impartial advice given to you by 101% Compensation in the actions to pursue a leg injury compensation claim. Now that you have decided to receive your 100% Compensation and 1% EXTRA with NO DEDUCTIONS unlike many other solicitors nowadays, please take one of the following options below:
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Often in some injury cases it can be difficult to explain in writing so we give you the chance to talk by calling you upon request.
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