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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

    How did you suffer a ball of foot injury?


    A ball of foot injury usually involves damage to the metatarsal, causing pain in the ball of the foot that is known as metatarsalgia. You could damage the ball of your foot in a sporting accident, after a slip, trip or fall or after wearing badly fitting shoes (for example as part of your work….

    How foot injuries to the side of the foot are caused


    Foot injuries to the side of the foot are often the result of a slip, trip, fall or sporting accident. You could suffer a stress fracture to the bones in the side of the foot or even tendonitis, which can be incredibly painful. If you think that you have suffered an injury to your foot,….

    Do you need to wear a foot injury boot?


    It makes sense to protect an injury after you have suffered it. The nature of this protection will depend on the injury you have, and whereabouts you suffered it. For example, a foot injury boot is often used for foot injuries, to make sure the foot is well protected during the healing process. These boots….

    How to spot foot injury symptoms after an accident


    An accident can happen in a split-second and leave you almost wondering what happened. It can take a moment to realise you have injured yourself too, especially since the adrenaline will be flowing and it may prevent you from feeling any real pain. If you suspect you have injured your foot, it pays to know….

    What are the most common types of foot injuries?


    How many types of foot injuries could you name? Some are more common than others, and you may have experienced one or two already. For example, tendonitis can occur in the foot, affecting one or more tendons in one or more areas. This can be caused by injury, perhaps while running, or if you turn….

    Can I claim for an accident as a foot guard?


    If you have had an accident as a foot guard, then you may be able to make a claim for compensation. At Accident Advice Helpline, we deal with claims from people who have been injured at work as a result of a non-fault accident, so if you have suffered a work-related accident, then we can….

    Compensation for foot injuries in a car accident


    While many car accidents occur at low speed – perhaps in a car park or at a roundabout for example – others occur while one or more cars are travelling at a much higher speed. When this happens there is a much higher possibility for one or more people to suffer injuries of various kinds…..

    Compensation for foot injuries from a fall


    When someone mentions a fall, what is the first thing that comes to mind? Many accidents could come into this area, such as a fall from a height or a fall through tripping over a pothole. As such you don’t have to fall a great distance to hurt yourself – a simple trip and fall….

    Compensation for foot injuries in a factory


    Factory work can be physically demanding and involve long hours. It might also involve working shifts. While some factories create food products others work to create toys, car parts and virtually anything else you can think of. As such, these venues are very involved and there could be different areas used for different products. Very….

    Compensation for road accident foot injuries


    Foot injuries can range from minor injuries such as cuts, bruises and injuries to tendons or muscles to dislocations and serious open fractures. If you’ve sustained road accident foot injuries, you might be wondering whether you can claim compensation for your injuries – the good news is that provided it’s been less than three years….

    Compensation for breaking a foot in machinery


    Some people can work in a variety of different jobs throughout their lives and never have to come into contact with any kind of machinery. However, other workers will use machinery of one kind or another virtually every day they spend at work. When this is the case it is important to know how to….

    Broken foot injury advice


    At Accident Advice Helpline we offer free, no-obligation broken foot injury advice to anybody who calls us.  We have done our best to outline the most important issues below, but every case is slightly different; if you want to know where you stand, the best thing to do is to pick up the phone.  You….


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