Pilon Fracture Compensation Claims
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- Pilon Fracture Compensation Claims Information
- How Can a Pilon Fracture be Sustained?
- How Much Compensation Can You Claim?
- What Are the Symptoms of a Pilon Fracture?
- How is a Pilon Fracture Diagnosed?
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Pilon Fracture Compensation Amounts
Pilon Fracture Compensation Claims Information
A pilon fracture occurs in the ankle region and affects the bottom of the tibia (shinbone). In some cases, both the bottom of the tibia and the fibula are fractured near the ankle. The “pilon” is derived from the French language. It means “pestle”. A pestle is combined with a mortar in order to pound and crush substance such as leaves and nuts. In this case, the pilon refers to a process of the bone that was crushed. Pilon fractures usually occur after a heavy impact injury such as during a fall or a car accident.
How Can a Pilon Fracture be Sustained?
Pilon fractures can also occur from the results of medical negligence pertaining to the monitoring of adverse pharmaceutical side effects that can negatively alter a victim’s bone density. Which can thus increase a victim’s chances of receiving a pilon fracture. If you are a victim of a pilon fracture due to medical negligence or circumstances that were not of your instigation, you may be eligible to seek financial compensation for your claims.
How Much Compensation Can You Claim?
Victims of a pilon fracture due to medical negligence or circumstances that were not of their instigation can obtain in many cases five hundred thousand euros. Depending on how severe your injury was, how much financial loss resulted from your injury, and who committed the injury will affect the results of your compensation. An example of a successful claim for financial compensation would be a man named William (not his real name).
William was driving down a highway when suddenly a driver from a truck company crashed into him. He suffered a sever pilon fracture that resulted in him having to be airlifted to a hospital. The painful victim suffered a left pilon fraction in their fibula and a compound fraction in their tibia. The surgery cost about two hundred and thirty thousand euros.
However, William worked as a cook and he would not be able to work for at least ten weeks. The case settled before trail for eight hundred thousand euros. If you want the best legal representatives in Manchester, London to represent your claims then go to our website to get a quote for your financial claims.
What Are the Symptoms of a Pilon Fracture?
There are a few symptoms of a pilon fracture. One symptom of a pilon fracture would be immediate and severe pain. In some cases one or two bones could pierce the skin of a leg and cause additional pain. Another symptom of a pilon fracture is swelling. The swelling after the injury is due to the inflammation of the tissue in the surrounding area of the injury. A symptom that occurs after a pilon fracture has been committed is not being able to put weight on the affected ankle. Ankle deformities can also be a symptom of a pilon fracture.
How is a Pilon Fracture Diagnosed?
There are many different ways to diagnose a pilon fracture that can be combined to ensure accurate results. One way to diagnose a pilon fracture is to obtain an x-ray of the affected area. An x-ray will provide medical examiners with a snapshot of your injured ankle(s) and help determine if a pilon fracture has occurred. Another way to determine if a pilon fracture has occurred is through a physical examination from a qualified medical professional. A doctor will examine the affected area and make a decision as to whether or not a compound fracture has occurred.
Pilon Fracture Compensation Claims Calculator
If you have been the victim of a Pilon fracture and it wasn’t your fault, you may be able to make a claim for compensation. It’s best to get in touch with one of our personal injury solicitors to find out just how much you could be owed for your individual case. Alternatively, you can use Tylers’ simple Pilon fracture compensation calculator below!
Minor Pilon Fracture Compensation Amounts
|While all cases of Pilon fractures can be extremely painful, the injuries sustained in this section tend to be minor. If you are suffering from symptoms, sprains and fractures that last no longer than two to three weeks, then it’s likely you have suffered from a minor ankle injury. If you wish to find out if you’re owed compensation, get in touch today.|
|£1,220 to £4,800|
Damaged Achilles Tendon Injury Compensation Amounts
|if you are suffering from a damaged Achilles tendon injury as a result of turning your ankle at work due to carrying objects, you could be owed compensation. The symptoms of this type of Pilon fracture may consist of permanent stiffness in the ankle and potential instability in the foot which can lead to excruciating pain.|
|£4,800 to £23,000|
Pilon Fractures Requiring Metal Pins Compensation Amounts
|In these cases, the Pilon fracture needs surgery and to be seen by a specialist. This is a sign of a severe Pilon fracture and needs urgent attention. If this sounds familiar to you, you may be experiencing weakness in the ankle and potential on-going pain in the future. Contact us today to find out more.|
|£27,500 to £44,000|
Severe Pilon Fracture Compensation Amounts
|Although these cases of Pilon Fracture’s are extremely rare, unfortunately, they can still happen. If this sounds familiar and you feel you are a victim of a serious ankle injury, you may be experiencing permanent loss of mobility and an operation may necessary to relieve your pain.|
|Up to £45,000|
Frequently Asked Questions
Are you a ‘No Win, No Fee’ claims solicitor?
Our solicitors are a ‘No-Win, No-Fee’ claims solicitor when appropriate. Victims of a pilon fracture can expect to receive up to 100% of their financial compensation. Visit our website for more details. Contact us for a free chat about any questions you may have.
How Long Until I Can Claim?
Speak with one of our qualified legal professionals to get an accurate estimate as to how long you can claim. Information to contact our legal representatives can be found on our website.
A Pilon fracture can affect you in many ways. It can change the way you interact with your family. A Pilon fracture will affect your income and livelihood. Pilon fractures are difficult to live with and painful to bear. If you want the United Kingdom’s top legal representatives to represent your claims. Visit our website and contact our representatives. We will gladly fight to give you justice.
Where Can I Find More Information?
Visit our website for more information on financial compensation for information about pilon fracture claims. Our website also has information about previous claims that have been awarded, testimonials about our services, and qualified legal representatives with experience in claims dealing with victims of pilon fractures.
How Do I Make a Compensation Claim?
You can make a compensation claim by first visiting our website. Our website will connect you to our representatives that will guide you through the process to make a compensation claim with our company.
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We Accept Nationwide Pilon Fracture Compensation Claims
Here at Tylers Solicitors, we are proud to offer a complete range of legal services, including Pilon Fracture compensation claims. Our no-win, no-fee legal experts are just a phone call away from helping you to start your claim for compensation. For more information, don’t hesitate to call us directly on 0800 699 0079. Alternatively, you can also email any questions or concerns you might have through our simple online contact form. We’ll get back to you as soon as we can.
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