The knee has a complex structure, comprising bones, muscles, ligaments, tendons and cartilage. As well as claiming compensation after an accident, you can also make a claim if your injury was the result of a criminal act of violence or an instance of medical negligence.
If you have been in a vehicle accident, a fractured patella, or broken kneecap, is caused by the high impact of the accident. Sports injuries also cause damages including:
If you perform repetitive physical tasks at your place of work, this can have a heavy impact on your injury. Tasks like lowering and lifting objects and operating machinery can affect your body over time. If your workplace has cultivated this injury or quickened its effects, you may be able to claim compensation from your employer.
As knee injuries can be very complex and difficult to recover from, you are liable to claim compensation for:
Ackroyd Legal provides clear and compassionate legal advice for those who have suffered injury and are looking to be compensated.
Our expert team of personal injury solicitors consider each case in order to come to the conclusion that is best for you.
We offer a No Win No Fee agreement with our clients so there will be no upfront legal costs if your claim is not successful. Ackroyd Legal understands that this can be a difficult time for you and your loved ones, but we aim to make the process as clear and comprehensible as it can be whilst you make your claim.
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