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- How Much Plantar Fasciitis Compensation Could I Claim?
- What are the Symptoms of Plantar Fasciitis and How Can I Get Diagnosed?
- Is Tylers a No-Win, No-Fee Solicitor for Plantar Fasciitis Compensation Claims?
- Where Can I Find More Information on Plantar Fasciitis?
- How Do I Make a Claim for Compensation?
- How Long Do I Have to Claim Compensation?
This type of injury will be compensated according to the extent of the damage and further consequences that result from the injuries. If the injuries limit or affect a person’s ability to walk or drive, then the compensation amount could be higher as it will have affected their lives in a huge way as they will not be able to work. The compensation amounts claimed for can vary and can start from as low as £10,000 up to around £30,000 depending on the severity of the injury.
There are several symptoms associated with plantar fasciitis. People can experience a difficulty whenever they try to bend due to restriction. It is also possible for patients to experience knee pains when they suffer from this type of injury. The soles or heels of the patient’s feet have tender areas on them, and this causes the patients to experience pain, especially when they make their first steps of the day.
If a person experiences these symptoms, they should ensure that they get a proper diagnosis to establish whether they have a claim for compensation. A good doctor should take a look at the full medical history including any details concerning the pain they will have experienced in the past. This will help them look into any pre-existing conditions that may have led to the pain they will be experiencing in their foot. The doctor should then perform a physical examination of the feet to look for any swellings, tender areas, mobility issues and also rule out some other causes of the pain. If the doctor thinks you are suffering from this condition, he/she will order you to undergo an ultrasound scan. This scan will be able to show any thickening present in the heels which will indicate that plantar fasciitis is present.
Yes, we are a ‘no win, no fee’ claims solicitor. This means that if our client’s claim does not go through successfully, then they will not be liable to pay us any legal fees. This is an ideal arrangement for our clients as they are confident that we will negotiate their claims for them to get the right amount of compensation. This removes any fears that should their claim fail, they will owe us money. That is simply not true and is a factor that leads to many people fearing taking up claims against their employers when they get this type of injury at work.
It is possible to find more information on our website detailing the kind of compensation claims we handle as well as the procedures for filing a compensation claim with our law firm. This will assist them in understanding how we operate and the way our no win, no fee offer operates. They will also learn about our contacts and location of our offices for them to access our services fast and easily.
Making a compensation claim is easy as you only require filling out an online compensation claim form. You should supply all the required details and fill in the required fields to enable our attorneys to start the compensation claim process. You may also visit our offices where you will be guided on the procedure for filling these compensation claims easily to start the claims process as soon as possible.
Before people file a compensation claim for plantar fasciitis, they should ensure that they are fully diagnosed by a competent doctor that they are suffering from the condition. They should also wait for the doctor to determine the possible cause of this condition. They should file a claim for compensation immediately after they are diagnosed with the condition and especially after it makes it difficult for them to continue living their life without any pain.
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No matter where you were injured in the UK, Tylers Solicitors are just a telephone call away from giving you expert advice about your compensation claim. If you would like to contact us about claiming compensation in the UK then telephone 0800 699 0079 today for a no obligation chat.
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