Compensation Guide Calculator
Head Injuries Up to £220,000
Severe head injuries can lead to compensation awards that reflect their grave nature. Brain injuries can have a life changing impact, leading to the need for specialist support and home adaptations.
Superficial injuries to the nose, ear, teeth or jaw can result in damages awarded between £1,000 and £20,000. For minor head traumas which don’t result in brain damage, compensation is in the region of £7,000. Minor brain damage where a good recovery has been made and the prognosis is positive can lead to compensation of £23,000 - £25,000. Moderate brain damage with some lasting results can lead to compensation of between £122,000 and £155,000. For severe brain damage, the award is between £155,000 and £220, 000.
Back Injuries Up to £120,000
Back injuries vary in severity and impact. If you have suffered a back injury in an accident that wasn’t your fault, you’re entitled to compensation for the disadvantage it can cause you. From slipped discs and torn ligaments, to severe bruising and spinal cord injury, our legal experts have a wide range of experience dealing with medical conditions and obtaining the maximum amount of compensation.
- A recent case involved a 60 year old seamstress who tripped over a cable from her sewing machine and sustained a significant back injury. She recovered £70,000 damages.
Whiplash Injuries Up to £90,000
If you’ve suffered whiplash as the driver or passenger of a car in an accident that wasn’t your fault, then you could be entitled to compensation of up to £90,000. Whiplash injuries can cause serious long term problems. Symptoms range from neck pain and stiffness, to headaches, nausea and dizziness, sometimes preventing you from carrying out everyday tasks.
Compensation for a minor whiplash injury can start at £750, whilst damages for a moderate injury typically reach approximately £10,000. Victims suffering from the most severe symptoms of whiplash can be awarded compensation up to £90,000.
Chest Injuries Up to £60,000
Chest injuries are extremely serious and can cause severe pain and loss of mobility, as well as leading to complications such as a punctured liver, collapsed lungs and internal bleeding. If you’ve suffered a chest injury in an accident that wasn’t your fault, you may be entitled to compensation up to £60,000. Our specialist team have many years’ experience dealing with complicated medical issues and can get you the financial award you need to start putting your life back on track.
Compensation for a minor chest injury such as fractured ribs is in the region of £1,000 - £7,000. A moderate injury can attract compensation awards of up to £22,000 and more severe injuries can lead to awards between £22,000 and £60,000.
Arm Injuries Up to £85,000
Despite being quite common, arm injuries can lead to intense pain and loss of function. Many people come to see us after slipping or tripping in a public place such as a shop, on a pavement or after a road or workplace accident. From multiple fractures to soft tissue injuries and extreme bruising, we can get you the compensation you deserve.
Compensation for arm injuries starts at approximately £1,000 - £3,000 for simple fractures which heal quickly with complete recovery. Serious fractures can attract damages of up to £19,000 and injuries where there is significant or permanent disability can lead to awards of up to £29,000. For injuries which lead to loss of the arm, compensation is, on average, £85,000.
Leg Injuries Up to £130,000
Leg injuries can arise in a number of ways, from sprains and strains to bruising of the muscle and broken bones. Damage to muscles and tendons can be extremely painful and lead to permanent damage and impairment. We ensure that you don’t have to worry about any legal costs and give you 100% of the compensation awarded to you.
Compensation for a minor leg injury starts at £1,000 and rises to between £6,000 - £10,000 for a femur fracture with full recovery, or up to £60,000 for a leg injury resulting in a permanent disability. If the leg needs to be amputated, awards from £50,000 - £130,000 are common.