Can you break your ankle and still walk on it?

If you or a loved one has fractured a bone from an accident, contact Agruss Law Firm, LLC for a free consultation so we can help you recover from this experience and get fairly compensated.

Broken ankle bones are serious injuries and they must be healed in accordance with your doctor’s treatment. They may impede your everyday tasks and activities, however, it is imperative that you follow your doctor’s suggestions to allow it to heal the quickest and to the best of its ability. One common suggestion is to keep weight off your foot. Rather, you should keep it elevated on cushions so that it bears no weight to further damage the bone.

Generally, if your doctor determines that the ankle fracture is minor, then you will likely be able to walk soon after the injury. Some may even be able to walk immediately after the injury. However, more serious fractures require rest and ease on your foot so that you do not agitate the injury. For example, if you have several fractured bones in your ankle, you should certainly not be walking like normal every day. Listen to your body, listen to your doctor and ask them questions so that you know when you can return to your everyday activities.

Helping our clients is about counseling, advocating, and ultimately solving problems. With years of experience successfully representing the people, not the powerful, we will take care of the insurance adjusters, your medical bills, your property damage, and your lost wages, and monitor your treatment so you can focus on healing and getting your life back to normal. Our unique formula has earned us over 1,000 outstanding client reviews on our website, an A+ BBB rating, and over 135 five-star reviews on Google. Call 888-572-0176, e-mail us at [email protected] or schedule a meeting with us here. We’re here 24/7.

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