If you’ve suffered a tear to the adductor muscle, you may be entitled to compensation. If your accident happened through no fault of your own, you may be entitled to make a groin injury claim on a no win no fee basis.
If you are experiencing pain or discomfort and thinking about making a compensation claim to cover the costs of a groin injury, Millner and Knight’s no win, no pay injury lawyers can help you make a risk free compensation claim.
Beginning a groin injury claim can feel confusing, complicated and time-consuming. But we have streamlined the process, making claiming compensation as simple as possible.
We determine you have grounds for a claim if you’ve been in an accident caused by someone else and you suffered an injury as a result.
It’s not always clear whether somebody else was at fault for your accident.
Specialists at Millner and Knight will assess whether your accident was due to a lack of training, health and safety, or in some cases medical negligence.
We offer a free helpline service so call us for a no-obligation chat on 1800 106 107 a personal injury specialist will listen carefully about your experience and let you know whether you are eligible for compensation.
All calls to us are confidential and there’s no obligation to start your claim with us after enquiring about your groin injury claim.
Was your groin injury caused by negligence?
If your groin injury was caused by negligence or through no fault of your own, you may be entitled to compensation.
Call us for free on 1800 106 107, or use one of our online forms and a personal injury specialist will call you back. All our correspondence is confidential and there’s no obligation to proceed.
Your lawyer will negotiate your compensation for you, freeing up your time to concentrate on recovery. They will keep you updated on the progress and let you know of any developments throughout your claim.
You may be entitled to a “no win, no fee” claim, handled by a lawyer in your state.
Our national network of experienced law firms works to the highest standards of excellence as demonstrated in our partner program.
Claiming for multiple injuries
A groin injury occurs when the muscles in the groin area are overstretched causing them to tear or rupture. This happens when the muscle stretches quickly beyond capacity, or due to an impact. Groin injuries are painful and can hamper mobility.
A groin injury is usually one of several injuries caused in the same accident. Other injuries such as damaged tendons or ligaments may also be present. This causes additional injuries to your thighs, hamstrings and stomach muscles. It could also cause a hernia displacement.
Common accidents leading to groin injuries include.
- Road accidents involving cars, motorcycles and pedestrians
- Accidents in the workplace
- Medical negligence
Call us free: we provide advice and a sympathetic ear. We can match you with a lawyer that specialises in cases like yours.
Groin injuries from sport
Your groin injury may have been caused by faulty fitness equipment, such as a broken weights machine. If that’s the case, you might be able to make a public liability claim if we find that the machine wasn’t maintained properly.
You can also make a claim for injuries caused by falling objects.
Regrettably, groin injuries sustained during standard gameplay (part of the sport) are not eligible for a ‘no win, no fee’ claim.
If you’ve suffered a groin-related injury in a sporting accident and believe it to be no fault of your own, we recommend calling one of our experts to determine if you have a case. In one call to 1800 106 107, you can find out where you stand and get free advice about compensation.
How much compensation am I entitled to?
Our personal injury specialists work hard to understand your accident and the injury it has caused. They will find out how it has affected your life, your family, and your ability to work in a respectful, empathetic fashion. Our specialists gather this information to strengthen your case.
Placing a dollar value on a claim in the initial discovery stage is difficult. We negotiate compensation based on the type of accident and injury sustained. However, you can conduct your own assessment using our new personal injury calculator.
The final figure you’re awarded depends on the efficacy of your lawyer is and how the other party responds to your claim, along with any long-term effects your injury caused.
Our personal injury lawyers are hand-picked and dedicated to ensuring you get the maximum amount of compensation.
To do this your lawyer will negotiate to cover the cost of:
- Any time off work your loved ones have had to look after you or take you to appointments
- Time off work and the reduced pay you received
- Medical treatment you’re out of pocket for, such as physiotherapy
- Any time off work your loved ones required in order to look after you or take you to appointments
For an estimated figure of how much your compensation might be, use our new compensation calculator. This is a broad estimate only.
What to do next
The best way to check if you’re eligible to make a groin injury claim is to speak with one of our specialist lawyers.
You can call us free on 1800 106 107.
We can tell you in minutes whether or not you have a claim and are under no obligation to start a claim.