Leg Injury Compensation

If you have suffered a leg injury in an accident that wasn’t your fault, you may be entitled to claim leg injury compensation.

Claim leg injury compensation

The first step in making any leg injury or broken leg compensation claim is to get in touch with the personal injury solicitors at Blackwater Law.

Blackwater Law is recognised as one of the leading firms of personal injury lawyers in the industry by the Legal 500, an independent directory of the UK’s top law firms. The Legal 500 team individually review the performance of every law firm within their directory, focusing on the quality of the legal services provided and the skills and expertise of the members of the team (including partners and associates).

Your Blackwater Law personal injury solicitor will guide you through each stage of the legal process and will keep you up-to-date on the progress of your leg injury compensation claim throughout. In acting for you in making your claim, we will endeavour to build the strongest possible legal case on your behalf in order to secure the maximum amount of leg injury compensation.

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Leg injury compensation amounts

Leg injuries can range in their complexity and therefore, the amount of compensation a person could be entitled to. A mild leg injury like a fracture for example could be valued at up to £27,760. A severe leg injury that leaves the person with substantial, permanent injuries to the leg could be entitled to claim between £54,830 – £135,920.

Leg injuries that lead to amputation will often lead to the highest amount of compensation.

Use our arm injury compensation calculator below to estimate the amount of compensation you may receive for your arm injury. Once you have calculated your potential compensation, call us and speak to one of our personal injury solicitors about commencing your claim.

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What Type of Leg Injury Can I Claim Compensation For?

The term “broken leg” can encompass a wide range of possible leg injuries that vary in their severity and the amount of pain and distress they can cause the victim. A clean break or fracture of the femur bone in your upper leg tends to heal quickly with no ongoing medical complications, while a serious leg injury involving multiple fractures may lead to possible long-term disability, discomfort and pain.

Stress Fractures

Stress fractures are tiny cracks in the bone caused over a period of time by repeated forces being applied to the bone, and although relatively minor compared to full breaks can still cause prolonged discomfort, and difficulties at work and can lead to complications. Stress fractures are a common workplace injury and are also a common sporting injury caused by excessive training.

Displaced Fractures

A displaced fracture is a broken bone where the bone is not aligned as it should be at the point of the fracture. Such a fracture will have to be manipulated by a medical expert in order to bring it back in line before a cast can be applied to the leg.

Compound Fractures

At the other end of the scale, leg injury compensation can also be claimed for “comminuted” and “compound” fractures in any or all of the leg bones. This is where the bones have been shattered into separate pieces and/or may be protruding through the skin. These leg injuries are typically much more serious and generally lead to much larger leg injury compensation claims. In the most severe cases, such as those caused by car accidents, motorcycle accidents or serious criminal acts, some victims may have to have their entire leg amputated.

Other Types of Fractures

There are many other types of fracture that you could be entitled to receive compensation for, including compression fractures (normally affecting the spine), avulsion fractures (the result of a muscle working so hard that it pulls on your bone, causing it to break) and impacted fractures (when a fractured bone forces into another bone, causing it to break). Other types of fractures include greenstick fractures and buckle fractures – both of which are unique to children.

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Call today and speak with a member of our team. Find out if you can claim compensation.

CALL 0800 083 5500

Why Choose Blackwater Law?

When handling leg injury compensation claims, Blackwater Law has established a reputation for always aiming to achieve the maximum leg injury compensation payout possible for all clients.

Our expert personal injury solicitors understand that a leg injury can have a significant impact on your ability to go about your daily life and carry out normal activities, often affecting your ability to work and perhaps even care for your children. Compensation will not completely make up for the pain and suffering that the injury has caused, but by ensuring that you receive the maximum amount of leg injury compensation that you are entitled to, we can help you to move on with your life and recover from your accident.

Blackwater Law is recognised as being one of the leading firms of personal injury lawyers in the country, so you can be sure you will receive the best legal advice possible. We have extensive knowledge and experience in handling a wide variety of leg injury compensation claims, including muscle strains, ligament damage and broken bones. We also handle compensation claims for injuries to other parts of the body, such as head injuries, back injuries and knee injuries.

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Blackwater Law made me feel comfortable

Catherine, as featured in above video.

Blackwater Law personal injury solicitors settled an £80,000 compensation claim for Mr Howe who was injured in a construction site accident.

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