Acute foot and ankle injuries can result from direct blows, penetrating injuries, falls, or twisting, bending, jerking or jamming a limb in an abnormal manner. Pain may be sudden and severe, and swelling or bruising may develop after the injury.
Foot and ankle injuries are common in all types of motor vehicle accidents, workplace accidents and accidents resulting from property owner negligence. These types of injuries can be painful and disabling, as they can make it impossible for feet to bear weight and for victims to walk. Serious cases may require extensive medical treatment and physical therapy. Permanent limitation of mobility can result from this type of injury.
If you or a loved one has suffered a foot or ankle injury caused by someone else’s negligence, you may be entitled to compensation for your losses. You should seek legal advice immediately – before you discuss the matter with an insurance adjuster and before you sign anything.
Let Kraft & Associates, Attorneys at Law, P.C, advise you about your rights after an accident that caused foot or ankle injuries. We’re an established and professional law firm with friendly lawyers and staff who are easy to talk to. Please call us at (214) 999-9999 or contact us online.
Accidents can cause injury to the bones or the soft tissue of the feet and ankles. Feet and ankles can sustain a variety of injuries in falls, motor vehicle accidents and work-related accidents, such as the following:
Many types of accidents can cause injuries to the feet and the ankles, including:
The knowledgeable personal injury attorneys at Kraft & Associates, P.C., have helped clients recover compensation through settlements and verdicts, and helped many disabled clients obtain benefits through Social Security Disability.
If you or a loved one has suffered a serious foot or ankle injury through the fault another, it is important to consult with an experienced personal injury lawyer as soon as possible. For a free assessment, contact us today by calling us at (214) 999-9999. You can also submit an online contact form or send us an email at email@example.com.