If you’ve been desperately searching for ‘What compensation can I expect for a broken foot?’ then perhaps we can help. We are Accident Advice Helpline, and we help people like you to claim compensation for accidents and injuries that were not your fault.
What accidents can I claim for?
The two most important things to remember are that the accident you claim for must have happened in the last three years and it must have been someone else’s fault.
What compensation can I expect for a broken foot?
If you’ve been asking ‘What compensation can I expect for a broken foot?’ then perhaps we can enlighten you. Though we can’t tell you for sure, our compensation calculator on the right of this page can give you an idea as to how much compensation you can expect for a broken foot or any other injury you may have suffered.
As you might expect, you will probably be able to claim for more compensation if your fracture was more severe, required a lot of time off work, and caused costly medical procedures.
What kind of injury counts as a broken foot?
While some people may think that a broken foot is different to a fractured foot, actually, they’re all the same in medical terms. If you have suffered an injury such as a complete fracture, a hairline fracture or an impacted fracture in your foot, then you may be eligible to claim compensation with our help for this accident.
How can I tell if my foot is broken?
In order to claim compensation for a broken foot, you will need to see a doctor and have your fracture diagnosed professionally. Symptoms of a broken foot include pain, bruising, and swelling around the area. Usually, if your foot is broken, you will find it too painful to walk or put weight on the foot.
I want to claim. What should I do?
If you decide that you do want to claim with our help, then simply get in touch with us. You can call our 24/7 freephone helpline at any time of day and speak to one of our advisers. This helpline is completely confidential and comes with no obligation to proceed, so there’s no reason not to phone us.