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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 : Toe injury claim

    Suffering a foot injury to the big toe joint


    Our big toes are responsible for helping us to balance when walking, and a foot injury to the big toe joint can be as painful as it is serious. Often, injuries to the joint result in needing to take time off work to recover, and you may need to wear a cast or special walking….

    Treating a toe injury


    Treating a toe injury by going to see your GP or your local hospital is very important if you are hoping to register a claim for personal injury compensation. This is actually the same advice no matter what sort of injury it is that you’ve suffered. It’s the only proof that injury claim solicitors can usually….

    How you could develop a toe injury


    There are several ways how you could develop a toe injury. It can be happen as the result of a repetitive action, (often associated with your job or a sport); it can happen when you stub your toe, or it can happen when you drop something heavy on your foot. If your toe is broken or….

    Toe injury claim


    A toe injury is something that many people don’t even think about, but if you find yourself dealing with this kind of ailment, you’ll quickly realise that it can have a real impact on your life. You may be having difficulty walking and going about your everyday business, and the pressure can quickly mount up….

    Broken toe at work


    If you suffer a broken toe at work, you may be eligible for compensation A broken toe can occur at any time and is a common injury, especially at work where heavy objects are being moved and objects can be accidentally hit with your toe. Generally, a broken toe can take anywhere from four to six….

    Fractured toe injury claim


    ContentsHow could you injure your toe?What’s the treatment for a broken toe?How much compensation can you get for a fractured toe?Can I get back to normal after my accident?Making a fractured toe injury claim with Accident Advice HelplineBroken toes are a surprisingly common injury, and because we rely on our toes to stand and walk,….

    Dislocated big toe


    What is a dislocated big toe? A dislocated big toe is very different to other toe injuries such as a broken toe or sprained toe. In some cases, a big toe can be reset in place very quickly and may return to normal in a very short space of time. Prompt treatment of some big….

    Claiming for a toe injury


    Making a compensation claim after an accident Although people regularly suffer accidents and injuries, they don’t always go on to make a personal injury compensation claim. Even if you’ve been hurt through no fault of your own, you may assume that you won’t be eligible to make a claim or that it will be too….


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