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There are 26 bones and 33 joints in the human foot, making it particularly vulnerable to injury. Fractures of the foot are not only painful, they drastically compromise your mobility. If your foot was broken as a result of someone else’s negligence, you have a right to take legal action to ensure you are fully compensated for your medical expenses.

While most lawsuits over broken foot injuries stem from car accidents or workplace injuries, don’t assume a broken foot caused by a misstep is entirely your own fault. Often, there are liable parties you may not have even considered. Personal injury attorney Steve Caya, will look into the circumstances surrounding your accident to identify all those who may be partly responsible for your injury.

Major and minor foot injury compensation

There’s no single value assigned to foot injury settlements – the final amount depends on the precise nature of your foot injuries, medical bills and projected medical costs, lost wages, and more than anything: the quality of your attorney.

Have you injured one or both feet in an accident caused by someone else’s negligence? Find out if you can sue for your foot injury, and what your claim could be worth.

Foot injury lawsuit settlement example: $500,000 settlement for foot injuries caused by a car accident

Steve Caya is an award-winning personal injury attorney with decades of experience. He’s won fair compensation in the form of lawsuit settlements for accident victims across Wisconsin. Don’t take chances with your financial future – reach out for help today.

Contact our Janesville law office today for a free foot injury consult, anywhere in Wisconsin.
Steps To Get The Best Settlement From Broken Foot Injuries

How To Get The Best Settlement From Broken Foot Injuries

  • 1.
    Record & preserve evidence of your broken foot

    Evidence is the most important aspect of determining liability. The other party’s insurance and legal team will do whatever they can to prove your fault.

  • 2.
    Seek medical attention

    Get medical treatment, even if you're not sure of the extent of your broken foot.

  • 3.
    Hire a personal injury lawyer

    The other party’s insurance team is going to fight to pay as little as they can. Hiring an experienced personal injury attorney like Steve Caya will help ensure no stone is left unturned to get you the settlement you deserve.

  • 4.
    Document your expenses

    Having a complete list of your financial losses due to your injury is the best way to help your attorney determine the settlement you deserve.

  • 5.
    Do not talk to their insurance company

    After your claim is filed, the other party’s insurance will begin an investigation to determine liability. It is in their best interest to put any percentage of fault they can on the victim. They will use everything they can from your conversations to do so. Leave any contact with them to your experienced attorney.

  • 6.
    Negotiate a settlement

    Though difficult in some cases, it is important to remain patient and allow your lawyer to negotiate the best possible settlement. Insurance companies will do what they can to get you to quickly accept their first offer, even more so if you are experiencing financial hardships and need that money quickly. Steve Caya and his experienced team will fight for every dollar you deserve.

Broken Foot Injury Accident Personal Injury Lawyer Wisconsin

Broken foot causes

Symptoms of a foot fracture:

  • Severe pain that worsens with activity
  • Swelling and bruising of foot
  • Inability to put weight on foot
  • Deformity of foot

Motorcycle foot injuries

Motorcycle accidents frequently cause injury to the lower extremities, especially the feet. The most common motorcycle foot injury is a broken metatarsal (foot bone). The toes and calcaneus (heel bone) can also be fractured or crushed, especially in crashes where the motorcycle winds up on top of your foot.

Though rarely fatal, a broken foot from a motorcycle accident often happens along with other, possibly more serious injuries. Any type of foot injury from a motorcycle crash requires prompt medical care in order to avoid long-term or permanent disability.

A particularly traumatic foot injury occurring in motorcycle accidents is a degloved or skinned foot, often happening to riders wearing flip flops or other inappropriate footwear. Motorcycle boots greatly reduce the odds of your feet suffering scrapes, lacerations and worse in the event of a crash.

No matter the type of motorcycle foot injury, if the accident was the result of another person’s negligence you may be entitled to significant compensation.

Experienced broken foot injury lawyer for Southeast Wisconsin

With over 30 years of experience as a personal injury attorney, and recognition from both the legal industry and satisfied clients, attorney Steve Caya is your best choice for ensuring full compensation for your broken bones injury. Based in Janesville, Attorney Caya and his associates represent clients throughout southeast Wisconsin.