How Much Compensation For A Broken Foot?

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How Much Compensation For A Broken Foot?

Have you suffered a broken foot and are wondering how much compensation you could be entitled to?

A broken foot can be debilitating and have a significant impact on your everyday life. You might be left unable to work, walk, or drive for a significant period of time following your accident.

If your broken foot was caused by someone else’s actions or negligence, you are legally entitled to make a personal injury claim. To be eligible to make a claim your injury should have taken place within the last 3 years.

Keep on reading to find out how much compensation you could be entitled to.

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  • "I would like to thank Emma Adams. She has been great and has helped me every step of the process on my claim. Thanks Emma."

    James From Devon

There are many kinds of injuries that could lead to a broken foot. Accidents at work and slipping and tripping accidents are two of the most common kinds of accident claims. Damaging your foot in any way can cause permanent or temporary disability. In some cases, it can also affect your employment prospects. If you have suffered an injury of this kind and would like to know how much compensation for a broken foot, read on to learn about the kinds of things considered when calculating the value of a personal injury claim. Alternatively, if you have injured your foot in an accident and think you might have cause to make a claim, the personal injury lawyers at First Personal Injury are ready to help you.

Severity of Injury

Potential Compensation

  • Serious fracture, resulting in a permanent disability

    £66,930 – £87,410

  • Both heels or feet fractured resulting in restricted mobility. e.g. if you have experienced extensive surgery, heel fusion, ulceration or other disability

    £33,460 – £55,830

  • A broken foot that has resulted in continuous pain as a result of traumatic arthritis with lengthy treatment and the possibility or needing fusion surgery

    £19,920 – £31,250

  • A broken foot classed as a displaced metatarsal fracture resulting in permanent disability and/or deformity with the possibility of osteoarthritis

    £10,960 – £19,920

  • Modest foot injuries, including metatarsal fractures, with continuing symptoms such as pain, aching or limping.

    Up to £10,960

  • Simple fracture with a predicted full recovery

    Up to £5,590

How Do I Claim Compensation For A Broken Foot?

We recommend that you speak to a personal injury lawyer in the first instance. After learning the circumstances of your injury, they will be able to advise how much compensation you could receive for a broken foot. A broken foot can often lead to very painful and debilitating conditions which leave you in lots of pain and unable to carry out activities you did prior to your injury. If the accident was someone else’s fault you may be able to pursue a compensation claim. Firstly, our specialists will assess the potential of your claim. Once it has been confirmed that you have a valid personal injury claim, our solicitors will be on-hand every step of the way. 

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