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Lower Body Injuries Compensation Claims, Glasgow

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What is a Lower body injury?

Various types of injuries can occur to the lower body. You might have sprained ankle, groin injuries, toe injuries, fractured femur or soft tissue injury. Injuries to the lower body can be especially incapacitating, potentially impacting your mobility, and how you go about every day life.

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Lower body injuries affect anywhere below the waist. The most common lower limbs affected are:

  • Hip injury
  • Knee injury
  • Ankle injury
  • Hamstring injury
  • Calf muscles injury
  • Foot injury
  • Leg injury


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There are numerous reasons you could suffer lower limb injuries. Sports could play a factor, for example, because of badly maintained running shoes.

You could also be injured in road traffic accident, in a public place or an incident in the workplace.

If you have suffered injuries to your lower limbs, through someone else’s negligence, then you will be entitled to claim for compensation with help from personal injury lawyers at Jones Whyte.

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Making a lower body injury claim

You usually have three years from the incident to make a claim. However, we would encourage you to begin the claims process as quickly as possible. This means witnesses will remember the incident more clearly, making evidence gathering easier.

While the details of every lower body injury claim will be different based on the limb affected the basic process remains the same.

It starts by giving a statement to one of our specialist lawyers. This can help to establish exactly how you were injured and who was responsible for the accident.

During the lower body injury claims process, we can help you access specialist medical treatment , such as physiotherapy, to help aid your recovery. You will be entitled to compensation claims for medical expenses, lost earnings , and pain and suffering.

Gathering supporting evidence

We will also gather any supporting evidence. This can include:

  • Medical reports.
  • Witness statements.
  • Expert testimony.

The type of evidence can vary a lot depending on the type of claim.

If you were injured at work, it may include health and safety policies and inspection records. If you suffered a lower limb injury through sport, it may include equipment guidelines and inspections.

Most lower body injury claims are settled out of court. However, if court action is required, we will be able to support you throughout the process.

Even if you believe your injury is minor, making a claim can be very important. It helps to ensure lessons are learned and people aren’t injured in the same way in the future.

Other personal injury claims

At Jones Whyte, our team will be able to help you, no matter how you have been injured. Find out more about our personal injuries compensation services today.

Personal injury claims our team have successfully handled include:

We can help you with any personal injury claim. Find out about our general personal injuries claims service today.

Whatever the nature of your injury, and however and wherever the accident happened , if it occurred due to someone else’s negligence you will be able to make a personal injury compensation claim with Jones Whyte solicitors. We take on these claims on a no win, no fee basis. This means that there is no financial risk to you. If we are unable to secure financial compensation for you, you won’t have to pay us anything

Our team of specialist solicitors are experts in personal injury law and have a proven track record of success. Our skilled negotiators will ensure you get the maximum compensation while minimising the stress and time required on your end.

Take the first step towards a brighter future and contact Jones Whyte for a no-obligation consultation today.

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