Leg Injury Compensation

If you have suffered an injury to one or both of your legs due to an accident, you may be entitled to make a no win, no fee claim for leg injury compensation with Holmes & Hills personal injury solicitors.

Free initial advice on leg injury claims

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Call us today for free initial advice and to discuss your potential leg injury compensation claim with a specialist solicitor. You will quickly find out if you may be able to make a claim for compensation in relation to your injuries.

Amputations

Injury severity Estimated Compensation
Total loss of both legs £158,000 – £185,000
Amputation of both legs below the knee £132,000 – £177,000
Amputation of one leg above the knee £63,000 – £92,000
Amputation of one leg below the knee £60,000 – £86,000

The level of compensation awarded within each bracket will depend on:

  • Whether a prosthetic limb can be used
  • The extent of permanent or recurring pains in the leg
  • The extent of any associated injuries
  • The effect of the leg injury on the individual’s quality of life

Other injuries

Leg injury severity Effect on person Estimated Compensation
Very serious The leg is injured to a level just short of amputation, function of the leg is lost and mobility is significantly affected, extensive treatment is required £60,000 – £89,000
Very serious Substantial injuries with permanent effects, impaired mobility, possible disfigurement £36,000 – £55,000
Serious Injury to joints or ligaments requiring treatment over a long period of time, possibility of associated associated injuries (such as to the hip), impaired mobility £25,750 – £36,000
Moderate Severe fractures with possible soft tissue damage and disfigurement. Possible impaired mobility £18,250 – £25,750
Minor Fractures with incomplete recovery £11,800 – £18,250
Minor Minor fracture with complete recovery Up to £9,200

The level of compensation awarded within each bracket will depend on:

  • The extent of permanent or recurring pains
  • How the injury was sustained and the level of trauma involved
  • The level of treatment required
  • Whether future treatment/surgery is expected to be required
  • The extent of any cosmetic disfigurement
  • The level to which mobility and stability are impaired as a result of the injury
  • The extent of any associated injuries
  • The effect of the injury on the individual’s quality of life

No win, no fee leg injury compensation

Holmes & Hills operate all accepted cases relating to leg injury claims on a no win, no fee basis.

Knee injury compensation claims

If your injuries centre around one or both of your knees, you may wish to view our separate Knee Injury Compensation page providing broad ranges of compensation available for claimants that have suffered knee injuries.


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