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Ankle & Foot Injuries

When you roll your ankle in a slip-and-fall accident at work, serious injuries to your foot or ankle result and may keep you from performing at normal levels at work for weeks or months — or longer. At the law firm of DeVore, Acton & Stafford, P.A., our Charlotte ankle injury lawyers work to provide injured workers with the guidance they need to obtain rightful workers’ compensation benefits and any other benefits they are entitled to after suffering serious work injuries.

Get the medical treatment and income benefits you need are entitled to. Contact our North Carolina workers’ compensation attorneys online or call 704-594-4227.

Long-Term Effects of Ankle and Foot Injuries

Many people who suffer injuries to their feet or ankles in slip-and-fall accidents at work let themselves believe that their accidents were minor and their injuries will heal over time. Having handled these claims for decades, our Charlotte work injury lawyers know better.

The number of joints and ligaments in your foot and ankle can present significant challenges when the area suffers trauma in an accident. The injuries do not heal well, which can cause you to develop arthritis. In addition, the pain associated with your injuries can cause you to alter how you walk and move about in order to alleviate your pain and discomfort. The result of favoring the injury in one foot or ankle can lead to additional joint injuries, such as knee or shoulder injuries. The uneven weight distribution can also lead to chronic back pain or a back injury.

When you come to DeVore, Acton & Stafford, P.A., our legal team will use its decades of experience to help you pursue the full workers’ compensation benefits that you are entitled to for your foot or ankle injuries, including benefits related to subsequent injuries that are generated from your foot or ankle injuries. Also, when your injuries involve someone other than your employer who was negligent, such as in a work-related car or truck accident, our personal injury law firm can explore other opportunities for compensation beyond your workers’ comp claim.

Let Us Help You

Ankle and foot injuries can be devastating to your ability to work. If there were additional negligent circumstances involved in your work injury, you may be entitled to seek additional compensation. To learn more about your options, call 704-594-4227 for a free initial consultation or get in contact with one of our attorneys online.