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What’s the Workers Compensation Assessment for a Broken Ankle?

Submitted By: Marie (Alabama)

I was working when I went to walk down the stairs and twisted my right foot, fell down the stairs and broke my left ankle. No one is at fault really since I just fell and I feel it was an accident. But I just wanted to know what I was entitled to?

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Dear Marie,

Since no one was at fault, you would not be seeking to sue or file a claim against anyone. However, when you are injured on the job, even through no one else’s fault, you may still be entitled to workers compensation benefits.

These amount to a portion of your salary while you heal as well as medical expenses covered.

Make sure you submit this claim to your employer and find out what kind of workers compensation benefits are available as well as medical treatment needed.

Learn more here: Ankle or Knee Injuries at Work

The above is general information. Laws change frequently, and across jurisdictions. You should get a personalized case evaluation from a licensed attorney.

Find a local attorney to give you a free case review here, or call 888-972-0892.

We wish you the best with your claim,


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One comment on “What’s the Workers Compensation Assessment for a Broken Ankle?

  1. Steven says:

    I’ve been getting Workmen’s Comp paychecks, however they are the incorrect amount and they are late by as much as 3 to 4 weeks. I was hoping that I can go to welfare. I have no food. I have a phone but it shut off along with my electricity. My car insurance will be canceled. I’m not sure what to do.

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