Newham Council paid out the most money in compensation: £188,864.
Kingston had the highest number of injuries: 315, followed by Wandsworth: 256, and Hounslow: 202.
Ealing and Wandsworth spent the most on repairs: £996,175 and £721,375 respectively.
Barnet, Haringey, Hounslow and Wandsworth all had more than a thousand individual complaints about potholes (1,772; 1,766; 1,066; 1,654).
Kensington & Chelsea mended just 111 potholes in 2013; how did your borough do?
London boroughs' total bill for repairing the capital's potholes last year came to £6,339,040. Ealing came top, spending almost £1m.
There were over a thousand recorded pothole injuries last year. Top of the list: Kingston upon Thames with 315 .