Find out the amount of compensation you could receive with our foot injury compensation calculator.
What type of foot injuries can I claim for?
If you have suffered a foot injury through no fault of your own, you may be entitled to make a personal injury claim.
Examples of common foot injuries include:
- Fractures to the toes, heel or foot
- Ruptured ligaments
- Cuts and lacerations
How much compensation am I likely to receive for my foot injury?
A foot injury compensation claim is generally made up of the following types of damages:
- Pain, suffering and loss of amenity
- Financial losses
The figures provided are for your injury alone. Additionally, you may be able to claim for any financial expenses you’ve incurred as a result of the accident.
|Amputation of both feet||£133,100 – £158,400|
|Amputation of one foot||£66,000 – £86,130|
|Very severe||£66,000 – £86,130|
|Severe||£33,000 – £55,000|
|Serious||£19,635 – £30,800|
|Moderate||£10,780 – £19,635|
|Modest||Up to £10,780|
Make a claim now by calling 0800 342 3206 orStart your claim