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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Category : Foot injury claim

    Claiming for a foot injury plantar fascia rupture

    If you work in a job where you are always on your feet, for example if you’re a school dinner lady or work in a shop, then you may be at risk of suffering a foot injury plantar fascia rupture. Also known as plantar fasciitis, this is an injury to the sole of the foot….

    Find out about foot injury compensation payouts

    Some people are 100% sure that they want to make a claim for personal injury compensation after suffering a foot injury at work or in a public place. Others would quite like to know how much compensation they could be entitled to receive after their accident, before they decide whether or not to invest time….

    How was your plantar fasciitis foot injury caused?

    Do you have plantar fasciitis? You may know it as a heel spur, as this is one of the more common names it is known by. Others refer to it as heel pain, but whatever you know it as, you will recognise the sharp pain that shoots through the heel, usually first thing in the….

    Claiming compensation for having your foot run over by a car

    ContentsAvoiding accidents as a cyclist or motorcyclistAvoiding accidents as a pedestrianHow did your accident happen?Foot injuries – how serious are they?Making a claim after having your foot run over by a carWhen you consider than in 2010, the average weight of a new car was 4,009 pounds, it’s easy to see why you could suffer serious….

    Compensation for stepping on broken glass

    ContentsHow serious can a cut from broken glass be?Get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline for professional no-obligation adviceWe all know how dangerous broken glass can be. You don’t tend to keep an eye out for it lying on the ground in front of you though, especially when you are indoors. That’s why stepping on….

    How to claim for a metatarsal fracture

    There are a number of ways you can potentially suffer a metatarsal fracture. For some people it can occur as a result of something heavy dropping on their feet. Others may get a fracture due to someone aggressively and illegally tackling them while playing football. Whatever the reason, it is worth knowing how to claim….

    Average healing time for a broken metatarsal

    The metatarsal bones are the long bones in the foot which connect the ankle to the toes. These bones help us to balance, and when they are fractured, our mobility may be affected. A metatarsal fracture is usually the result of a blow to the foot – for example dropping something heavy on the foot….

    Compensation for foot ligament damage

    Damaging the ligaments in your foot can be as painful, if not more so, as a fracture, and if you’ve suffered foot ligament damage, you might be unable to get from A to B, as it can be incredibly painful or even impossible to walk. There is some good news though – if your foot….

    I broke my heel bone. Am I entitled to claim compensation?

    ContentsA broken heel bone is painfulYou can claim compensation for a broken heel boneAnd this is where Accident Advice Helpline comes inWhy does Accident Advice Helpline want to help me make a claim for compensation?I broke my heel bone. How much compensation should I receive?A broken heel bone is painful However, it is also very inconvenient. You cannot bear….

    Foot injury claim

    Have you ever needed to make a foot injury claim? Foot injuries happen in all kinds of ways, but knowing how you could develop a foot injury can help you avoid getting one to begin with. You may already know the symptoms of a foot injury if you have been unfortunate enough to suffer from….

    Average workers’ compensation broken foot settlement

    ContentsHow could someone break a foot at work?How would a broken foot affect you?How to prevent injuriesAverage compensation payout for a broken footCalling Accident Advice HelplineSometimes we only fully appreciate our mobility and independence when it is taken away from us. This is something that can happen when we suffer a broken foot, and if….

    Who’s to blame for a foot injury?

    If you’ve suffered a foot injury then you’ll know how debilitating it can be, affecting your mobility and your ability to go to work or take part in your usual leisure activities. Foot injuries can range from minor to life-changing, and if this type of injury has affected your life, there is something you can….

    Foot Injury

    Have you suffered an injury to your foot? Do you feel that someone else is to blame? Are you considering making a compensation claim? Let us help you understand your injury and your compensation options. How did your foot injury occur? If you have questions about how you could develop a foot injury for which….

    The long term effects of a foot injury

    Accidents happen. We all know this. But if your accident was the result of someone else and you are likely to suffer for a long time as a result, do something about it. If you are going to have the bear the long term effects of a foot injury, let us secure your compensation to….

    Average compensation for a broken foot

    If you’ve broken your foot while on the job, you may be wondering about the average compensation for a broken foot. The amount of compensation you could receive for suffering a broken foot at work often depends on the severity of the injury and who was at fault. Accidents at work are unfortunately a regular….

    What compensation can you expect for a broken foot?

    If you’ve been desperately searching for what compensation can you expect for a broken foot?’ then perhaps we can help. We are Accident Advice Helpline, and we help people like you to claim compensation for accidents and injuries that were not your fault. What accidents can you claim for? The two most important things to….

    Sprained foot

    It is surprisingly easy to sprain your foot. There are so many tiny bones and ligaments in the foot that all it takes is an awkward fall or some ill-fitting footwear to pull a ligament until it stretches or tears. How do you know you have a sprained foot? A sprained foot can frequently be….

    Broken navicular foot bone

    If you have sustained a broken navicular foot bone, you may be entitled to compensation, provided the injury occurred through no fault of your own. Your best option would be to contact a lawyer to help you with your case and file a claim. How to contact a lawyer to help with your case When it….

    How much compensation for a broken foot

    A broken foot is painful. However it is also very inconvenient. You cannot bear your own weight. You can’t drive, walk or move around easily. And now you are wondering ‘How much compensation for a broken foot?’ If you have suffered a broken foot and it was not your fault, Accident Advice Helpline may be able to find….

    How soon can you walk on a fractured foot?

    People often do not realise just how complex and complicated the human foot is, but the fact is that our feet contain 25% of all the bones in the human body. What this means is that there are a lot of small bones grouped together in a complex structure, and due to the stress placed on….

    How much compensation can you get for an injured foot?

    ContentsThe most common foot injuriesHow have your foot injuries affected your life?Compensation payouts for an injured footNext steps to making a claimAccident Advice Helpline has been helping people claim personal injury compensation since 2000 and since then, one of the most common questions we are asked is, ‘How much compensation can you get for an….

    Foot fracture recovery

    Foot fracture recovery Our feet have two main functions, to support us and to propel us.  They are made up of several different bones including toes and metatarsal bones, which are the long bones along the middle of the foot. There are five of these and like all foot bones they are easily broken, because….

    Crushed foot injury

    If you have incurred a crushed foot injury, it may have been under a whole range of circumstances – perhaps a heavy object fell on your foot in a construction environment, or you may have had a fall at work or a trip on a piece of broken pavement. Many types of accidents may cause a….

    Foot Personal Injury Claim

    Suffering a foot injury can be an extremely painful and life-changing experience. We use our feet to move around and we soon realise how difficult life can be when we are not as mobile as we used to be. As well as trying to cope with the physical symptoms of the injury and the hospital….

    Claiming for a foot injury

    Have you suffered a slip, trip or fall? Although a slip, trip or fall can result in various types of injuries, people often sustain injuries to their feet or legs as a result of this type of accident. Although a foot injury may not sound too serious, it can be extremely painful and you may….


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