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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

    Claiming for a toe injury

    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 much hassle.

    However, this could result in you missing out on the compensation you’re owed so it may be worth seeking legal help before you give up on the idea of taking legal action.

    Claiming for a toe injury

    When people suffer relatively minor injuries, they don’t always take legal action afterwards. However, this can be a mistake and it may take weeks or months for you to realise just how much the injury is affecting you.

    A toe injury, for example, may not seem too serious at first but it may result in additional complications. If you’re having trouble walking, for example, you may need to rest or use crutches to get around.

    In some cases, toe injuries can actually have a big impact on your balance. You may find that you’re having trouble walking or that you often feel dizzy and this could significantly disrupt your normal routine.

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    If you have a family, you could find that you’re unable to care for them alone and you may require additional help until your injury has healed. Of course, you shouldn’t have to suffer the burden of these additional expenses alone.

    If you were injured because of someone or something else, claiming for a toe injury could be advantageous. By taking legal action, you could obtain compensation for your injuries, as well as claiming back the cost of the expenses you’ve incurred.

    Taking legal action with Accident Advice Helpline

    If you’ve been injured and you’re keen to find out more about claiming compensation, let our personal injury team help you. We’re always happy to assist new claimants and we even provide some  free no-obligation advice.

    This will give you the chance to find out more about making a claim without having to pay any upfront fees. If you do decide to start claiming for a toe injury, we’ll even be able to assist you on a no-win, no-fee basis so there’s no need to worry about how to fund your compensation claim.

    To find out more today, call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 if you’re calling from a mobile and we’ll do everything we can to help you with claiming for a toe injury.

    Date Published: 15th November 2011

    Author: David Brown

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