Fractured Heel Compensation Claims Information
If you’ve suffered any kind of foot injury, such as a fractured heel, you may be entitled to claim compensation. These injuries can be extremely painful and, in many cases, can lead to long-term mobility problems and chronic pain. If you’ve suffered a broken heel that wasn’t your fault, get in touch with Tylers Solicitors today! At Tylers, our no-win, no-fee legal team can help you to make fractured heel compensation claims against the company or person responsible for your injuries.
Tylers Solicitors is one of the UK’s leading providers of no-win, no-fee legal services for all kinds of bodily injuries. If you’ve suffered any kind of fractured heel injury that wasn’t your fault, we are here for you. To start your broken heel compensation claim, get in touch with our legal specialists today!
What are the Most Common Causes of Fractured Heels?
Fractured heels can be caused by a wide range of incidents and accidents. Some of the most common causes of broken heels include slips, trips and falls, accidents at work or road traffic accidents. They are also common in retail environments, where you could be hit by trolleys and shopping carts, wheelchairs and mobility scooters. Whatever the cause of your heel fracture, so long as it wasn’t your fault, you may be entitled to claim compensation.
Are There Different Kinds of Heel Fractures I Could Claim For?
There are several different types of heel fractures, but the most common kind of broken heel is a calcaneal fracture. These fractures are usually caused by a traumatic event, such as falling from height, a crushing injury or a heavy impact. You could also suffer a cuboid or talus fracture, which would also be considered as a broken heel.
Could I Claim for a Fractured Heel I Suffered at Work?
If you’ve broken your heel at work, you may be able to claim compensation. So long as your heel fracture wasn’t your fault, it is rare you won’t be able to claim. For example, if you’ve been injured by faulty machinery, co-worker negligence or even due to a lack of health and safety equipment or training, we are here for you. If you’ve suffered a fractured heel at work, our legal specialists can help you to get the compensation you need to move on with your life.
Why Should I Choose Tylers Solicitors for Fractured Heel Compensation Claims?
Tylers Solicitors is an experienced provider of no-win, no-fee legal services for all manner of bodily injuries. Over the years, we’ve delivered a complete range of no-win, no-fee legal services for people from all walks of life. Our legal specialists always work to help our clients get the maximum amount of compensation for their injuries to help them move on with their lives. If you need a professional legal team on your side, don’t hesitate to get in touch with Tylers Solicitors today.
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Fractured Heel Compensation Claims Amounts
As with any kind of bodily injury, the amount of compensation you could claim depends on the severity of your injuries. The more serious your fractured heel, the more compensation you could be able to claim. If you’re left with any long-term injuries, such as loss of mobility or chronic pain as a result of a broken heel, we are here for you.
Here at Tylers Solicitors, we will do everything we can to help you get the fractured heel compensation you need to move on with your life. Curious about how much compensation you could be entitled to claim? Get in touch with our specialist team today! If you prefer, you can also use our fractured heel compensation calculator below!
Modest Heel Fractures Compensation Amounts
Modest heel fractures are usually simple or clean breaks, from which you’re likely to make a complete recovery. While the bone heals, you may have several weeks or months of difficulty walking, but you will eventually recover. These kinds of heel fracture rarely require surgical treatment.
Up to £12,050
Moderate Fractured Heel Compensation Amounts
Displaced heel or calcaneal fractures which risk long-term or permanent deformity of the heel. This deformity may have a minor impact on your mobility, or you may be left with low levels of chronic pain. As part of a moderate heel fracture, you may also be at risk of osteoarthritis or require corrective surgery in the future.
£10,960 to £21,910
Serious Heel Fracture Compensation Amounts
Serious heel fracture is normally associated with intense pain and long-term chronic pain. They usually involve some degree of deformity to the affected heel. These fractures may also permanently impact your gait or risk future arthritis. You may also require fusion or corrective surgery in the future. To make a serious heel fracture compensation claim, call Tylers today.
£19,920 to £34,370
Severe Fractured Heel Compensation Amounts
A severe fractured heel injury usually involves damage to both heels, often with a substantial restriction of movement. You may also have significant pain in one or both feet. One or both of your heels may suffer a severe deformity which can have a noticeable impact on your gait, movability and more. It is likely that you’ll be require surgery in the future to limit the pain or impact of these injuries on your daily life.
£33,460 to £61,410
Frequently Asked Questions
Is Tylers a No-Win, No-Fee Solicitors for Fractured Heel Compensation Claims?
Tylers Solicitors provides no-win, no-fee legal services to clients across the UK. If you’ve suffered a fractured heel that wasn’t your fault, our no-win, no-fee solicitors are here for you. Our experienced team can provide a complete range of broken heel compensation claims to suit your needs. Thanks to our no-win, no-fee services, you’ll be able to start your fractured heel compensation claim as early as possible. All our team’s legal costs are recovered as part of the final settlement, meaning you don’t need to worry about paying us if you don’t get the compensation you need.
How Long Do I Have to Start My Fractured Heel Compensation Claim in the UK?
From the date of your accident or injury, you have up to three years to begin your compensation claim. So long as your fractured heel compensation claim begins within this three-year period, you should still be entitled to claim. If you aren’t sure whether you’re eligible to claim or not, we are here for you. To start your compensation claim today, don’t hesitate to get in touch with Tylers Solicitors’ experienced team today!
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