What type of foot injuries can I claim for?
Foot pain not going away? If you have suffered a foot injury in an accident that wasn’t your fault, you may be entitled to make a claim for personal injury compensation.
Examples of common foot injuries include:
- Fractures to toes, heel or foot
- Ruptured ligaments
- Cuts and lacerations
How much personal injury compensation am I likely to receive?
A claim for personal injury compensation for a foot injury is generally made up of the following types of damages:
- Foot pain, suffering and loss of amenity
- Financial losses
|Amputation of Both Feet||£121,000 to £144,000|
|Amputation of One Foot||£60,000 to £78,300|
|Very Severe||£60,000 to £78,300|
|Severe||£30,000 to £50,000|
|Serious||£17,850 to £28,000|
|Moderate||£9,800 to £17,850|
|Modest||Up to £9,800|
The figures quoted are for injury only. Compensation for other losses like loss of earnings are claimed for separately.