Foot Injury Compensation

Foot Injury Compensation

Foot Injury Compensation – Foot injuries occur for a number of reasons. They are often suffered in road traffic accidents, because of the position of the feet in the car. Slips trips and falls are another major culprit for causing foot injuries.  Foot injuries can cause significant periods of time spent off work because of the mobility issues they can cause, making standing and walking particularly difficult.

There are several types of foot injury ranging from lacerations, to fractured bones, torn ligaments, and damaged nerves. The most serious compensation claims will involve the loss or amputation of one or more feet. These cases are not as common as those involving broken bones but they do occur.

  • Minor foot injury with complete recovery – £1,000 to £3,750 compensation
  • Moderate foot injury including: Fractures, sprains, etc where residual problems, such as aches and pains – £3,750 to £9,250 compensation
  • Serious foot injury including fractures of the metatarsal bones where there is permanent deformity and ongoing symptoms – £9,250 to £15,000 compensation
  • Severe foot injuryleading to fusion of foot joints, prolonged treatment and risk of arthritis – up to £30,000 compensation
  • Loss of foot – £50,000 to £75,000 compensation
  • Loss of both feet – £100,000 to £138,500 compensation

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