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Foot injury claims

Let us help you to get back on your feet following a foot injury. We are experts when it comes to handling all foot injury compensation claims. Get in touch today!

Foot injury claim information and advice

If you have any questions or need expert advice about accident claims and compensation for your foot injury claim, talk to one of our friendly, legally trained advisors now, on 0800 689 5659.

Do you have a foot injury or ankle injury?

If you suffer an accident through no fault of your own, and this causes a foot injury, the first step for recovery is to see a medical professional, have your injury diagnosed and get pain relief.

It can cost time and money to put things right. Taking periods off work may make it difficult to keep up with mortgage, rent or household bills. You might also need to depend on someone else to help you. Claiming compensation for loss of earnings could enable you and your family to cope.

Foot injury compensation

We make it as simple as possible to get the right advice and help, with just one free phone call. Our support will help you to recover more quickly.

Foot and ankle injuries occur in many different ways.

Ankle injuries can happen when the ankle joint gets twisted out of its normal position. Strains, sprains and fractures can arise from sports injuries, slips, trips and falls, accidents at work, and road accidents. Road users such as cyclists and motorcyclists, who lack the protection of those in vehicles, are especially vulnerable to foot and ankle injuries.

If you break a bone in your foot, you may not be able to put any weight on it, and might suffer bruising and swelling. Other injuries can include broken toes, burns and crush injuries.

Some people recover fully from a foot or ankle injury in a short time, but other injuries have long-lasting effects. You may need crutches, or find yourself limited in daily tasks. Some people cannot work, drive, or walk any great distance. You may even be left with a permanent limp.

Why claim for a foot or ankle injury?

When you have an accident, you need the right help, tailored to your situation.

If the accident wasn’t your fault, you shouldn’t have to pay for the consequences, or chase around trying to find the right specialist help.

With foot and ankle injuries that reduce mobility and cause continuing pain, you may not be able to work. This may put you under pressure financially.

Making a claim for compensation might seem like extra hassle, but compensation can really help to ease the stress, covering medical costs, loss of earnings, housing and travel costs, and continuing care. If you suffer a serious foot injury or damage your ankles, compensation can help you adapt your home, car and way of life.

What’s covered in a claim?

We can help with a wide range of foot and ankle injuries. Our 30-second test™ can help you understand how much compensation you could receive for a successful claim.

As with any personal injury claim, the amount will depend upon your circumstances, and on factors including:

  • Your pain and suffering
  • The severity of your injury
  • The treatment you need after your accident
  • The amount of time (if any) you take off work
  • How your injury makes an impact on your life
  • The outlook for recovering from your injury

For any type of accident that causes a foot or ankle injury, we can help. Just call us on 0800 689 5659.

Can you make a claim for feet and ankle injuries?

You may be able to claim if you can answer ‘yes’ to the following:

  • Did your accident leave you injured?
  • Was your accident somebody else’s fault?
  • Did your accident happen in the last three years?

In the workplace, all employers have a duty of care to ensure people are able to do their jobs safely. In addition, owners of public places such as shops, pubs and restaurants have a responsibility to keep you safe –preventing spillages and trip hazards, for example. If an employer or owner fails to follow regulations and if this leads to your injury, you may be able to make a claim.

The quickest way to find out whether you can claim is to call us on 0800 689 5659. If you’re not sure who was at fault for your accident, we can talk it through with you. Our friendly legal advisors will answer all your questions, and help you get the compensation you’re due.

Find out if you can make a claim

How do you start an ankle of foot injury claim?

Our service is easy to access and free to use.

When you call 0800 689 5659 to speak with one of our advisors, we’ll find out exactly what happened and let you know whether you can make a claim. We won’t pressure you to take action. We’ll put you in touch with experts, and guide you through the process.

Once we’ve checked your eligibility, we do all the work for you, making the claim process simple and hassle-free. We will help you pull together everything you need to support your claim and lead you through each step. There is no complicated paperwork, and it will not cost you anything.

Why choose Accident Advice Helpline?

As one of the UK’s leading compensation claim specialists, we work for thousands of people who have been injured through no fault of their own. We will help you make a successful compensation claim and get you the right support to aid your recovery.

Over the years, we’ve developed the breadth of expertise to help you make a successful claim. With one simple phone call to 0800 689 5659, you can get confidential advice and enlist our support in a range of areas. We work to understand what you need, then offer the best possible assistance. Our friendly advisors are trained to find out your situation, and guide you through the next steps to get you the most compensation with the least fuss.

Our personal injury lawyers work on a no win no fee** basis. Whatever the outcome, our policy means you won’t be out of pocket. We take the burden and do the work for you.

We make it simple for you to get the right advice and claim for compensation.