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Claims for Ankle Injuries

  • Slips and trips are the most common cause of industrial injury*
  • Ankle injuries are often caused by broken pavements and potholes
  • Compensation for a 'severe' ankle injury can result in compensation worth up to £35000

* Source: Health and Safety Executive

Ankle injuries aren't just painful and inconvenient, they're also difficult to treat and can cause recurring problems. If you've injured an ankle due to an accident that wasn't your fault, you could have a claim for compensation which, in extreme cases, could amount to tens of thousands of pounds.

Ankle injuries are often the result of slips and trips - both in the work place and in public areas. It's also common to see ankle injuries that result from broken pavements, damaged road surfaces and faulty stairs and in cases like these, you could have a claim.

At Watermans, we frequently see cases where our clients have broken ankles as a result of an accident that wasn't their fault. Road traffic accidents can also lead to ankle breaks and even to permanent disability when damage to the ankle is beyond repair.

Watermans can help. If you've suffered an ankle injury as the result of an accident in Scotland that wasn't your fault, you could be entitled to compensation.

Does claiming cost money?

We have a strict, 'no win, no fee' policy so you'll never be out of pocket.

How do I claim?

Simply get in touch. Email, call or complete the form online. You'll find our team approachable and friendly. We'll look assess your personal situation, work out if there is a case for compensation and help you to get any specialist medical treatment you may require.

Am I likely to win?

We'll ensure you have a strong case before we go ahead. That way you'll maximise your chances of success. More than 20,000 people have won their claims for compensation with Watermans - including people who suffered broken ankles.

How long does a claim take?

Each personal injury case is different. They depend on factors like the severity of your injuries, the circumstances of the accident and how the party to blame responds to your claim. We'll progress your claim as quickly as possible and keep you informed every step of the way.

Use our injury calculator to see the kind of damages you could expect for a broken ankle.

If you’ve suffered a broken ankle and want to make a claim, get in touch with us today. Claims must be made within 3 years of the original accident.