An injury to the foot can arise in a number of ways. A common example is where an item falls on to a person’s foot – if that happens in an accident at work it is often a question of whether the correct footwear was provided by the employer. In some cases an injury to the bone of the foot will not cause long term problems. However, we know from our clients that, while it does last, the pain can be severe and limiting.
A foot or toe injury can also arise from a trip, particularly where the foot has caught on something and twisted at the time of the fall.
Pedestrians injured in a car accident often suffer injuries to the foot.
We have dealt with claims in which the initial injuries involved severe fractures to the ankle but the long term pain is suffered in the foot.
Use our personal injury claim calculator to work out how much compensation is likely for foot injuries.
If you are interested in making a compensation claim for a foot injury, please get in touch with us today for a confidential discussion.
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