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Toning Shoes & Broken Ankles

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Suffering a broken ankle or a broken foot can have a lasting effect on your ability to perform everyday household activities, as well as keep you from performing your duties at work. You might even experience a loss in wages resulting in financial hurdles.

If you think that you have broken your ankle or foot while wearing toning shoes, you should look for symptoms that include immediate and throbbing pain, swelling, deformity, bruising and tenderness, to name a few.

Toning Shoes May Cause Broken Ankles
There have been many reports of consumers who claim they broke their ankles or feet while wearing toning shoes, such as Skechers Shape-ups. It is important to understand that if you were injured from one of these products, you may be able to hold the shoe manufacturer responsible. That means you may be able to recover compensation for your injuries.  It is imperative that you speak to an experienced Kentucky personal injury attorney for advice. A lawyer can help you build your case and hold the responsible party liable for your injury and any losses.

Toning Shoe Injuries
If you or someone you know has suffered a broken ankle or a broken foot from Skechers Shape-ups or other toning shoes, you should contact one of our experienced Northern Kentucky personal injury attorneys at the law office of Schachter, Hendy & Johnson at (859) 578-4444 or (888) 606-5297. We will review your case and explain your legal options.
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I was injured wearing Asics toning shoes. My left ankle popped when I got out of my chair. I thought I had broken it but it was twisted. Since this was at work, workman's compensation took care of the cost of seeing the doctor. I still have pain from my ankle occasionally. I saw a commercial last night about the Skecher shoes and was just wondering if I would have a case? Thank you for your time.
Posted by Denise Olvey on November 13, 2012 at 09:38 AM

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