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Uneven Pavement Can Cause A Broward County Slip And Fall Accident And Ankle Injury

You may have been walking into work, coming out of a store or walking around your neighborhood when uneven pavement changed everything for you. You may have twisted, sprained or fractured your ankle, causing you to fall to the ground grabbing your ankle in pain.

An ankle injury in a Florida slip and fall accident can be serious, bad enough to knock you off your feet for weeks. You use your ankles and feet so many times a day that when they don’t function right, or they can’t function, they can adversely affect your life.

Uneven pavement can cause you to suffer the following ankle injuries:

  • Broken ankle
  • Fractured ankle
  • Sprained ankle
  • Strained ankle
  • Rolled ankle
  • Twisted ankle

Other injuries that can occur in South Florida slip and fall accidents due to uneven pavement can include injuries to the Achilles tendon, contusions, dislocations, broken feet, broken toes and more.

When injuries that were outside your control occur to your feet or ankles – something so crucial to your well being – you should contact an experienced slip and fall lawyer in Broward County to make sure the party responsible for your ankle injury is held accountable for their negligence.

Our premises liability lawyers in Fort Lauderdale understand that when ligaments tear in the ankle or muscles are overstretched or torn, serious ankle injuries can occur that can cause you to miss work. You should be compensated for your medical bills and lost wages while recovering from an injury that was caused by no fault of your own.

Call the Law Offices of David Benenfeld today at 954-677-0155 for your complimentary, no-obligation case consultation today and find out more about your rights to a recovery.

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