|Amputation of all toes||£20,000||£31,000|
|Amputation of the great toes||£17,500|
|Severe Toe Injuries||£5,250||£10,500|
|Amputation of both feet||£93,000||£110,000|
|Amputation of one foot||£46,000||£60,000|
|Severe Leg Injuries||£15,250||£74,000|
|Less Serious Leg Injuries||£15,250|
The figures above are taken from JSB 9th edition and are guidance amounts of general damages only. Your exact general damages will depend upon the extend of your injuries and time taken to recover. Your special damages will be assess separately and will be added to your compensation where applicable. Our legal team will access you claim and advise you on compensation levels for all your damages (special and general).
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