One of the most common types of leg injuries includes broken bones. A lot of victims break their one or both legs in a workplace accident. No matter whether you have broken your leg or injured it in some other way, you may be entitled to get a leg injury claim. If you have injured or broken your leg in an accident, get in touch with us to get your broken leg at work compensation in England and Scotland.
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Whether you are confused about your eligibility or looking for the average settlement for a broken leg in the UK, you’re in the right place. We are here with all the questions about leg injury claims. Let’s have a look at some of the most frequently asked questions about leg injury at work claims.
The term “leg” refers to both upper and lower legs. A lower leg is a part between your leg and ankle. While the upper leg refers to the area between the hip and knee. But if your hip is injured, you can get a hip injury claim.
Read more about Ankle injury claims.
As mentioned earlier, you can get a leg injury claim. It is the compensation money that is given to the victim of a workplace accident. This settlement amount covers almost every expense you have to bear because of your leg injury at work.
Like other types of injury at work claims, to claim your compensation, you have to prove that the accident was caused due to the negligence of someone else. For instance, if your employer is negligent about your safety at work and you break your leg in an accident. In this case, you are entitled to get compensation for a broken leg at work.
There are different types of leg injury claims for workplace accidents. Let’s have a look at some of the most common types of work-related leg injuries.
There can be several other types of leg injuries such as compression, comminuted and oblique fractures etc.
There are a lot of possible causes of a broken leg at work. Sometimes, long term work nature can also be a cause of fracture in a leg. Here are the most common causes of leg injuries at work.
No matter what has broken or injured your leg at work, you can get a broken leg injury claim if it was not your negligence.
As previously mentioned, a leg injury at work claim covers all the expenses you had to bear because of your injury. Let’s have a look at what type of expenses you can cover in a broken leg personal injury compensation.
Maximising these expenses will help you get more than the average broken leg compensation payout.
Taking any wrong step after a leg injury at work may put your claim at stake. That’s why you should know what to do in this situation. Here is what to do after a leg injury at work in the UK.
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The compensation money you get depends on how severe the injury was. For instance, severe leg injury compensation will be more than that of a minor one. Let’s have a look at the average leg injury payout you can get in the UK.
|Types of Leg Injury||Leg Injury Compensation Amount|
|Most serious leg injuries. For example, gross shortening of the leg||£82,110 to £115,940|
|Leg Injuries causing permanent mobility problems||£46,780 to £77,040|
|Soft tissue leg injuries such as lacerations, bruising and cuts, etc||Up to £2,090|
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Some accidents can be severe that can lead to multiple fractures or a broken leg. They attract more compensation than a normal injury. But victims still ask “how much compensation will I get for a broken leg at work”. Here is the average compensation for a broken leg you can get in the UK.
|Type of Broken/Fractured Leg||Broken Leg Compensation Payouts|
|Serious compound leg fractures||£33,450 and £46,780|
|Multiple leg fractures or severe crushing injuries||£23,680 to £33,450|
|Broken leg leaving the injured person with impaired mobility||£15,320 to £23,680|
|Femur fracture||£7,780 to £12,010|
|Tibia and fibula fractures||£10,100|
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Leg amputation is a severe condition and affects a person for the entire life. Here is how much compensation you can get for leg amputations at work in the UK.
|Type of Leg Amputation||Legs Amputation Payout UK|
|Compensation for the loss of both legs||£205,420 to £240,590|
|Below the knee amputation of both legs||£171,920 to £230,440|
|Above the knee amputation of a single leg||£89,440 to £117,280|
|Below the knee amputation of a single leg||£83,590 to £113,450|
If you still have any questions in mind, feel free to get in touch with us.
We help you get leg injury compensation on a No Win No Fee principle. Under a Conditional Fee Agreement (CFA), we do not charge you anything neither before nor during the case. You will only pay our nominal predetermined fee once you get the compensation money in your bank account.
To get workers’ compensation for a leg injury at work in the UK, just get in touch with our experts. You can schedule your appointment with us by contacting us via Whatsapp, email, Filling the form, talking to our Live chatting team or calling us directly. After that, discuss your case and then we will start making your claim.
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