Compensation Calculator

When a personal injury victim is considering making a claim, asking how much compensation they may receive is often one of their first questions. After all, making a claim can be a lengthy and stressful process and it’s natural to want to have an idea of what you can expect to get out of it when all is said and done.

With that said, each case is different. Without knowing the precise details of your claim, there is no way of accurately estimating the exact amount of compensation you will be awarded. Two seemingly similar claims can actually receive drastically different settlements. The particular details of your case and the evidence you can provide can significantly affect the compensation you are awarded.

While there is no telling exactly how much compensation you’ll be awarded, the Compensation Calculator can give you a rough idea of what you can expect to receive.

Keep in mind that that these figures are estimates of what is commonly awarded for similar injuries. Additional compensation may be paid for related past and future expenses and the loss of potential earnings, for instance.

Other factors that will also be considered when determining your compensation include: the severity of your injury, the effect that your injuries have had on your overall physical and mental health, your physical and mental pain and suffering, and the length of time you’re injuries are expected endure.

While the Compensation Calculator is a great resource for providing an idea of what you can expect, a personal injury solicitor is your best bet for getting a more realistic estimate of how much compensation you are likely to receive.

If you’re serious about learning the amount of compensation you can be awarded for your injuries, we can help you find the right injury lawyer for your claim. Give us a call today and we’ll get started right away.

Guideline Compensation Amounts

Below are the official guideline compensation amounts for various types of personal injuries. These figures do not include compensation for loss of earnings, medical expenses, etc – these are calculated separately and added to the figures listed below.

Head Injuries

Neck Injuries

Chest Injuries

Back Injuries

Shoulder Injuries

Pelvis/Hip Injuries

Arm Injuries

Leg Injuries