There are high chances that you have suffered a posterior cruciate ligament injury and it wasn’t your fault. If this sounds like you then you may be eligible to make a compensation claim. Telephone Tylers Solicitors today on 0800 699 0079 and let us talk you through the process of making your compensation claim for a damaged posterior cruciate ligament.
Posterior cruciate ligament damage happens to be a medical condition that significantly affects the functionality of the knee. Ligaments are tough bands of tissue that connect the bones of the leg to each other. This condition can be triggered by various circumstances such as receiving a heavy blow to the knee, a car accident, or by falling on your knee after being pushed.
As would be expected, you can sustain posterior cruciate ligament damage due to the negligence of others, such as in a car accident or a work-related incident. In such scenarios, you are most likely entitled to make legal compensation claims if it wasn’t your fault.
For those who have to undergo surgery to restore the functionality of your knee, you might also need to claim for your inability to resume your usual standard of life during recovery, including time off work and any medical expenses.
Many individuals who have filed for compensation for this condition have met with considerable success. A large number of them have received the appropriate financial compensation based on the extent of their injury. There are many personal injury solicitors in the UK that specialise in dealing with cases of this kind. If you are convinced that you sustained posterior cruciate ligament damage due to the irresponsible actions of other people, you should seek the advice of an experienced personal injury lawyer. Tylers Solicitors will guide you through the right course of action you should take.
How much compensation can I claim for posterior cruciate ligament damage?
There are several important factors that can alter the outcome of your compensation amount. This can include the exact location where you sustained the injury and the extent and distinctive nature of the injury. Financial valuations for compensation are assessed based on the guidelines of the judicial studies board for general damage associated with personal accident cases. The solicitor you choose to represent you will use these regulations and adjust them to your particular case.
What are the symptoms of posterior cruciate ligament damage and how is it diagnosed?
This medical condition can vary by intensity, and the symptoms that it shows can range from mild to severe. Some of the symptoms include excessive swelling of the knee, acute pains, instability while standing upright, problems when walking or when bearing some weight on the knee region. If such problems are not addressed in a timely manner they can lead to further injury.
Are you a no win no fee solicitor?
Yes, Tylers Solicitors are ‘no win, no fee’ solicitors. This means if you lose your case, you won’t pay a fee to us.
Where can you find more information on posterior cruciate ligament damage cases?
There are a number of reputable online resources you can access to find useful information related to your condition and how to go about making a compensation claim. Tylers Solicitors have taken it upon ourselves to provide absolutely free guidance to anybody that might wish to undertake such legal actions. Further to access comprehensive information on the nature and attributes of posterior cruciate ligament damage you can visit www.nhs.uk/condtions/repairtotendon/pages/introduction.asp