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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

    Can taping a foot injury help with recovery?

    If you have suffered a foot injury, either in an accident at work, a road traffic accident or even after a slip, trip or fall, you’ll know what a pain it can be. Not only can foot injuries be painful, they can also be debilitating, affecting your whole life. You may be unable to stand….

    Could foot injury prevention have stopped your injury?

    They say that prevention is better than cure, and when it comes to foot injury prevention, this is definitely true. We rely on our feet on a daily basis for standing, walking, running, jumping and so on. So if you suffer an injury to your foot, you may find yourself unable to carry out even….

    Why is icing a foot injury a good idea?

    If you have suffered a minor injury to your foot, such as a sprain or damage to a ligament or joint, there may not be much that can be done in terms of medical treatment. It’s common for GP’s to send people home to care for their injuries at home, using the RICE method (rest,….

    Do you have long-term foot injury numbness?

    Injuries to the foot have the potential to be serious, affecting your balance and mobility, and they can leave you in lots of pain too. But what happens if you suffer from long-term foot injury numbness? It’s important to seek medical attention urgently if you’re suffering from tingling or numbness in your foot, as this….

    How long does foot injury bruising take to go?

    If you have suffered an injury to your foot, you may find you have foot injury bruising. Sometimes, bruising to the foot can be the result of something heavy falling on your foot, or it may be caused by a strain or sprain. Other times, bruising can be the result of a more serious injury….

    Has a foot injury to the heel affected your mobility?

    A foot injury to the heel has the potential to affect your mobility, making it painful and difficult to walk – you may even be unable to work. If you have suffered an injury to your heel then you may need to rest until you have fully recovered, which could mean losing out on wages….

    Could your foot injury at work have been prevented?

    Whether you work in a ‘dangerous’ environment such as in a factory or on a construction site, or are employed in a shop or an office, there is always the possibility that you could be injured in an accident at your place of work. Many people mistakenly think that sustaining a foot injury at work….

    Some useful foot injury names to be aware of

    Quick quiz for you here – how many foot injury names can you come up with? Don’t worry, we’re not marking you, but it’s worth knowing most people don’t come up with anywhere near the number you could potentially incur in an accident. You may think of things like broken toes, perhaps caused by getting….

    Who was responsible for your foot injury nerve damage?

    If you suffer from foot injury nerve damage, you may feel a variety of symptoms. For example, the familiar feeling of pins and needles may occur. You might also feel numbness in part of your foot, or perhaps even all of it. Many injuries can potentially lead to nerve damage. For example, swelling may lead….

    Some useful foot injury first aid to know

    No one ever thinks they will need to know foot injury first aid, but realistically, you never know when an accident might happen. We ask a lot of our feet, after all, and they can be injured in all kinds of ways – whether we are wearing shoes or not. Broken bones can easily occur….

    How has foot injury arch damage affected your life?

    The arch of the foot can be injured in many ways. For example, trauma can occur to this area in a fall, particularly if you end up landing on your feet and causing them to absorb most of the impact. Other ways that foot injury arch damage might occur include through sprains and strains, and….

    Can you claim for top of foot injury treatment?

    Every year, there are some people who end up receiving top of foot injury treatment. This could be because of burns, scalds, nasty cuts, broken bones, or other crush injuries that cause an injury to this part of the foot. You may have found your way to this page because you were looking for information….

    Who caused your foot injury tendon damage?

    Have you recently suffered from foot injury tendon damage? If so, you may have torn or ruptured the tendon, leading to instability in the affected foot. Tendon damage can occur in an accident, but it can also occur over time. If tendons are overworked on a continual basis, there is the chance the tendons may….

    Did your accident require a foot injury specialist?

    Very often, injuries can be treated at home. For instance, a mild injury to your foot might be treatable with basic first aid. If it is a slightly more involved or serious injury, a visit to your GP or to casualty would be the best course of action. Following this, there are cases where someone….

    What to do if your foot injury is not healing

    Some foot injuries can be treated at home, without the need to go to a doctor or to the local hospital for treatment. This is more likely with minor injuries, however they were caused. Yet there is a chance your foot injury is not healing, and you might be wondering what to do if your….

    How to claim for a sole of foot injury

    If you were asked to name a variety of foot injuries you might suffer from, you may not think of a sole of foot injury to start with. However, it can very easily be sustained, simply by treading on something that penetrates your foot. There are other ways you can sustain this injury too, such….

    How are foot injuries to the ligaments caused?

    Foot injuries to the ligaments are usually quite painful, and are mostly commonly known as sprains or strains. A sprain will refer to the stretching or tearing of the ligaments in the foot (it can affect one or more ligaments depending on how the injury occurs). It is also possible to suffer from this injury….

    Did you suffer a foot joint injury at work?

    A foot joint injury can happen in many ways. There are many joints in the foot, existing between the separate bones that go into the toes, through the main part of the foot, and then up towards the ankle. If you suffer a foot injury, it could involve a joint moving out of place, or….

    A quick and easy foot injury symptom checker

    Stubbing a toe or catching it in something and pulling it to one side; dropping something heavy on your foot; being involved in a car accident that injures your foot… there are lots of ways to injure your feet, but a foot injury symptom checker will help you identify the type of injury you might….

    Have you suffered a metatarsal foot injury?

    What exactly is a metatarsal foot injury, you may wonder? Perhaps you already know the answer to that because you’ve suffered that exact injury in recent times. Metatarsal injuries usually involve a fracture to one of the main long bones in the foot. However, it is possible to bruise the bone without breaking it, which….

    Legal advice about foot injury compensation

    Injuring your foot can seriously affect your quality of life, more so than many other common injuries, as a foot injury can affect your mobility. Whether you have suffered a minor foot injury such as a sprained ankle or a more serious injury like a fractured metatarsal, you can get advice from Accident Advice Helpline….

    How to claim for an arch of foot injury

    The arch of the foot consists of seven tarsal bones and five metatarsal bones which are responsible for helping us keep our balance whilst walking, running and standing, as well as ligaments and tendons which could also be injured. An arch of foot injury could involve injury to any one of these bones, ligaments or….

    Is there a standard foot injury recovery time?

    So you’ve injured your foot? Chances are you’re probably impatient, wondering exactly how long you’re going to be off your feet for (and off work for). Foot injury recovery times can vary depending on the fitness of the injured party, how quickly they usually heal and a variety of other factors, such as whether you’re….

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