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£12,000 Compensation For A Broken Toe

broken toe If you have been injured in an accident that wasn’t your fault, suffering a broken toe or any other injury, you may be able to claim compensation for your injuries. Whether you suffered a broken toe, toe fracture, loss of toes, broken foot or any other injury to your body we can help. We are Legal Expert, and we can match you with an expert personal injury solicitor who can help you make a broken toe accident claim.

You could be owed compensation. How do you know if you are entitled to compensation? If you can prove that you were involved in an accident which happened as a result of someone else’s negligence, be it your employer, the owner of a public establishment, or another road user, then you have the right to claim compensation from them. Call Legal Expert now on 0800 073 8804, to speak to a friendly advisor, who can judge whether or not you have a valid case and can advise you on how much compensation you could win.

In this case study, we are going to look at the case of a broken toe settlement, where the claimant was awarded £12,000 in compensation following a toe fracture. The case concerns Mr C (as we will refer to him for privacy reasons), who was 41 at the time of the accident and 45 at the time that his claim was made. His accident occurred as he was riding his motorcycle on a main road at 65mph. He suffered a head-on collision when the defendant emerged from a side road, straight onto his path. Mr C was hit and was thrown from his motorcycle. He collided with the road and the defendant’s vehicle.

What injuries were sustained in this case?

After the accident, Mr C was tended to by the emergency services and taken to the closest hospital. At the hospital, Mr C was found to have injuries to his right foot, right ankle, right shoulder and multiple psychological injuries. His injuries to his right foot, mostly around his big toe, were the most severe.

These injuries included: A ‘smash’ fracture of the right great toe extending into the joint, a fracture of the medical side of the navicular bone, a fracture of the proximal phalanx of the right little toe, a fracture of the 2nd, 3rd and 4th metatarsal heads and a comminuted fracture of the anterior process of the OS calcis. Mr C had to spend a week in hospital as an inpatient. He had to undergo surgery for his right foot, and as a result, he has to spend six weeks on crutches and was unable to wear normal shoes during that time. After his discharge from the hospital, Mr C was also diagnosed as suffering from complex pain syndrome and degenerative changes that could lead to premature arthritis.

The results of these injuries had quite a considerable effect on Mr C’s quality of life. Prior to his accident, he had enjoyed plenty of physical activities including running, cycling and walking outdoors, which he could no longer partake in, after his injuries. Mr C worked as a Service Integrity Supervisor for the Royal Mail, which involved him spending lots of time his feet. Mr C’s employer updated his role so he could spend more time sitting down, and although this was helpful Mr C was concerned that his new disability would single him out for redundancy, as the Royal Mail was making cuts at the time. What’s more, Mr C was now no longer able to drive for long periods of time, as he couldn’t cope with the pressure of putting his foot on the accelerator for an extended period. This also affected his ability to do his job as he was required to drive for work. After this, Mr C had to undergo further treatment, including surgery.

How was the Case Concluded?

The Defendant who caused Mr C to have his collision admitted their fault early on in the case and interim payments were made to cover Mr C’s expenses. As the case progressed, Mr C’s legal team worked with pain experts and psychiatrists to gather evidence in support of Mr C’s claim. The case was due to go to trial in January 2014, however, in November 2013 both parties settled out of court. Mr C was awarded over £12,000 in compensation as his broken toe settlement.

No Win No Fee Broken Bone Compensation Claims

At Legal Expert, we understand that having suffered a broken toe, or similar injury can be a traumatic experience, which can cause you a lot of stress. What’s more, you may have experienced a loss in income from having to take time off work or had to pay for medical expenses. Therefore the financial risk of paying an upfront solicitor’s fee, for a case you are not guaranteed to win, may put you off claiming compensation for your broken toe. Luckily, Legal Expert works with solicitors that offer a Conditional Fee Agreement (CFA), popularly known as a No Win No Fee service. This means you will only pay the solicitors fee if your case is successful.

Call Legal Expert today, to speak to one of our friendly advisors about making a no win, no fee compensation claim.

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Do you have questions about claiming compensation for broken toes and foot injuries? What the average compensation for a broken toe is? How much compensation you will get for a broken foot, or compensation for loss of toes? If you have suffered a broken toe injury, or another injury, in an accident that wasn’t your fault then Legal Expert can help you claim the compensation that you are entitled to. If you can prove that the accident was the result of someone else’s negligence, that the claimant had a duty of care towards you and that the accident caused you a lasting injury or illness then you may be able to make a claim for compensation. Some of the personal injury solicitors we work with, have over 30 years of experience and can handle your case to get you the maximum amount of broken toe compensation that you are entitled to.

Call Legal Expert today on 0800 073 8804 and one of our advisors will be able to let you know whether or not you have a valid case.

Useful links:

How Much Compensation For A Fractured Or Broken Bone?
Help and advice for claimants involved in an accident which left them with a fractured or broken bone. Advice for claiming compensation for fractured bone injuries, or broken bone injuries.

How Much Compensation Can I Claim For A Finger Injury?
Help and advice for claimants involved in an accident which left them with a finger injury. Advice for claiming compensation for finger injuries.

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