Compensation for ankle injuries including breaks and sprains will vary significantly. Where there is convincing evidence to support the argument that someone else caused your injury, how much your award for compensation is will depend on the gravity of your injury.
We will also look at whether you will need extensive medical treatment in order to heal; and, importantly, whether you contributed to your injury by acting carelessly and exposing yourself to harm.
We work on a no win no fee* basis, and offer free phone consultations to all callers – which are 100% confidential.
How Much Compensation for an Ankle Injury?
You should keep in mind that any award for compensation will reflect your circumstances. However, it is not unusual for minor ankle injuries to attract up to £10,000 in compensation.
More complicated injuries, e.g. ligaments tears, could potentially yield between £10,000 and £20,000.
Injuries that result in any deformities or permanently restrict ankle movement have been known to result in compensation awards of up to £50,000 or more.
As well as a sum reflecting your injury, you are also able to claim for additional damages, such as loss of wages.
Regardless of the kind of injury that you suffer, the strength of your claim will depend on the available evidence to support it and ability of your legal team to use this to its greatest effect.
Further Compensation Amount Examples
You can see some further examples below which show how much compensation for an ankle injury. Please note that these are for guideline purposes only, as we won’t be able to properly estimate until such time you have called our Freephone number for your free telephone consultation.
- Ankle sprain with complete recovery – If you recover from a sprained ankle within 12 months, and suffer no instability or future risks and pain then you could be due up to £3,600
- Incomplete recovery of your ankle injury – With serious ankle injuries which mean you have on-going discomfort and pain then the average amounts settled in the UK can range from £3,600 to £9,000.
- Significant disability – Those people who end up with a disability after an ankle injury will receive significantly larger amounts that could range from £9,000 to £50,000.
Broken Ankle Claim – How Much Money?
How much money you will receive and when can vary, but we try to run the legal process as quickly as we possibly can. In most cases we will be dealing directly with insurance companies, who themselves want to resolve matters as quick as can be. How much money for a broken ankle claim is explained further up the page, but rest assured that we look to settle the largest amount of money possible for our clients.
How Much Compensation for a Sprained Ankle?
As explained above, how much compensation for sprained ankle injuries can range dramatically due to the complications and personal details involved. Our solicitors will always work to seek the maximum compensation amounts for our clients, because we know how much of an impact an injury to the ankle bones and ligaments can have on your work and family life.
We will take into account factors including, but not limited to:
- Being unable to drive
- Inability to walk
- Extreme pain
- Trouble sleeping
- Difficulty taking care of children
- Decrease in physical fitness
- Time off work
- Loss of earnings
- Painful medical procedures
All of these factors, plus any financial losses including medical care will be looked into. This means that we get a holistic view of your life, and the impact that the accident has had on your well-being. We can then come up with what we believe is a fair and just settlement amount.
So when you call our advisors and ask them how much compensation you could be due for a broken ankle, or a sprained ankle, make sure that you tell us as much as possible about what, how, and when so we can put the necessary processes in place to benefit you and your claim.
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For more information on the different types of ankle injury claims that we can help people with, please visit the main page here. We want you to have as much information as possible before making a decision on whether or not to proceed with our services.
We are confident that when you call us and ask us how much compensation for a broken ankle, a sprained ankle, or even a crushing injury, that we will be able to assign you the best solicitor to deal with the matter. All of our lawyers work on a no win no fee* agreement.