Compensation Calculator

Our free compensation claims guide will help you about calculator that what you can get for your injuries.

Everyone wants to know how much compensation they are likely to receive for their accident or injury. This information helps you to decide whether the compensation available is worth the stress and emotional investment in making a compensation claim and going through the legal system. Most people will turn to a compensation claims calculator to help them with this.

The difficulty with compensation claims calculator

The difficulty with the compensation claims calculator is that they are only able to give you one part of the picture. Compensation amounts for a personal injury compensation claim can be complicated. It is important to get the advice of experienced personal injury solicitors. They will help you to claim for the full range of injuries and expenses that you are entitled to. We have included some guidelines and estimates here. If you have any queries following your accident or injury, call us on 0121 565 4317. You can also claim online to arrange your free, no-obligation consultation.

Our dedicated team of personal injury specialists will be able to guide you through the aspects of your compensation. These are included in any compensation calculator. But we will also advise you as to any additional amounts that you might be able to claim. It would be as a result of the modifications that you make following your accident or injury. These additional sums can often be far in excess of the compensation amounts suggested by online compensation calculators.

What Does Online Compensation Claims Calculator Miss?

Online compensation claims calculator is almost always based on the guidelines published by the Judicial College, which is a regulating body for the legal profession. These guidelines offer broad ranges of appropriate compensation payment amounts for almost all conceivable injuries. You can see a selection of these below. The ranges are deliberately wide. They reflect the fact that there will be a wide range of individual differences in the experience of injury. Our team gives you advice as to where in the range your injury places.

Parts of compensation:

The compensation amounts accounted for by the Judicial College only account for one part of your compensation payment, however. The other part of your compensation claim comes from the costs and losses you might have suffered as a result of your accident and injury. These might include having to make changes to your home (or even having to move to a new, more accessible, home), employing a carer to look after you, and any other costs associated with your care and rehabilitation. If you are unable to work as a result of your accident and injury, or if you have to change careers, you may also be able to claim for loss of earnings and loss of potential future earnings. The purpose of this type of compensation is to help you to get your life back to where it would have been if you hadn’t experienced your accident and injury.

The second part of your compensation:

This second part of your compensation can often prove to be much larger than that based on the pain and suffering of the injury itself. It is important that you include the increased costs in all aspects of your life that have come about as a result of your accident or injury. Experienced personal injury solicitors are able to listen to you as you explain how your life has been impacted by your accident or injury. We make the most appropriate claim to help you make all of the adjustments you need to help you heal quickly and adjust to any permanent or life-altering conditions.

A selection of the most common compensation amounts suggested by the Judicial College guidelines include:

Injury Compensation from to
Less severe brain damage £12,210 £34,330
Moderate brain damage £34,330 £174,620
Moderately severe brain injury £174,620 £224,800
Very severe brain damage £224,800 £322,060
Simple nose fracture £1,360 £2,010
Serious jaw fracture £14,320 £24,300
Loss of smell £19,920 £26,230
Loss of taste £15,300 £19,920
Complete loss of sight in one eye £39,270 £43,710
Total blindness £214,210 £214,250
Back injury causing chronic permanent symptoms £30,910 £55,590
Back injury recovering in 2-5 years £6,290 £9,970
Serious back injury causing significant permanent impact £59,120 £70,490
Severe back injury with spinal cord damage £72,620 £128,320
Severe neck injury £36,240 £118,240
Whiplash recovering within 3 months £300 £1,950
Whiplash recovering between 3 months and 1 year £1,950 £3,470
Whiplash recovering between 1 and 2 years £3,470 £6,290
Moderate shoulder injury £6,290 £10,180
Severe shoulder injury £15,300 £38,280
Loss of one arm above the elbow £87,410 £104,370
Fracture of one finger Up to £3,790
Loss of both hands, or loss of use of both hands £112,100 £160,600
Severe thumb dislocation £3,150 £5,410
A very serious thumb injury £15,620 £27,910
Elbow injury causing some long term problems £12,480 £25,510
A severe, disabling elbow injury £31,220 £43,710
Fractured forearms (between the elbow and the wrist) £5,280 £15,300
Wrist fractures and other injury recovering in up to one year £2,810 £3,790
Wrist injury causing permanent pain and stiffness £10,040 £19,530
Hip or pelvis fractures causing long term problems £49,350 £62,490
Minor Achilles tendon injury £5,800 £10,040
Severed Achilles tendon successfully repaired by surgery £19,920 £23,980
Knee injury-causing mild long term problems £11,820 £20,880
Knee injury causing serious long term problems £20,880 £34,660
The fractured femur (thigh bone) £7,270 £11,220
Loss of both legs below the knee £160,600 £215,310
Paraplegia £174,620 £226,610
Serious short-term food poisoning £7,600 £15,300

Injury causing lungs to collapse

£1,750 £4,240
Bronchitis and wheezing £15,300 £20,950
Asbestosis and pleural thickening with low respiratory disability £12,020 £30,630
Asbestosis and pleural thickening with significant respiratory disability £30,630 £84,380
A single noticeable scar, or several superficial scars not to the face £1,890 £6,240
Several noticeable scars or one disfiguring scar, not to the face £6,240 £18,120

How do I begin to make a claim based on the compensation amounts I’ve been given by a compensation claims calculator?

Making a no win no fee personal injury compensation claim is very straightforward. The first thing to do is to select your solicitor. Our team of expert personal injury solicitors are available on 0121 565 4317 or you can claim online to arrange a free, no-obligation consultation. During this discussion, we will listen to your story to ensure that we understand the important details of your case. These include:

The circumstances of your accident.

  • We need to know what happened and why. This is important as a key part of our case is showing that someone had a responsibility to avoid or mitigate (make less severe) your accident and that they were careless or negligent about this responsibility. We will need to know who you think was to blame and why.

The exact nature of your injuries.

  • We need to know exactly what injuries you have sustained and how severe these are. In many cases, you may have injuries that you were not aware of were related to your accident. For example, many people who suffer arm injuries do not realize that their reduced grip strength is a symptom. Our highly experienced team has dealt with many personal injury compensation cases. They know exactly what to ask to ensure that we understand everything that you’re going through. This will be similar to the information requested by any online compensation calculator.

The ways in which your accident and injuries have impacted your life.

  • We need to know any additional expenses you might have incurred. These can either relating to your rehabilitation or to helping you to adapt to your injuries. These could include having to buy an automatic car if your arm injuries leave you struggling to drive a manual. Also loss of earnings if your injuries mean that you have been unable to work. When calculating your compensation payment, we will consider these additional costs and difficulties

What we do next?

Once we have all of this information, we will be able to give you the best possible advice. In almost all cases, we offer our services on a no win no fee basis. Once you have signed a no win no fee agreement with us, we act on your behalf. We thoroughly begin your compensation claim. We will write to the person responsible for your accident. It is to inform them that you are making a personal injury compensation claim. We will ask them to accept liability (this is the legal term for accepting that they were at fault). We will gather evidence to support your claim that they were liable for your accident if necessary to put together the most compelling case.

Negotiations:

Once both parties agree, we will negotiate the appropriate level of compensation you deserve. Judicial College set the official guidelines, which gives advice as to how to calculate compensation for particular injuries. We will also calculate how much compensation you are due for any expenses you might have incurred. These include loss of earnings or having to make modifications to your home to facilitate your recovery. Although we will be conducting the negotiations on your behalf. You are always in control. You will decide whether to accept or reject an offer of compensation.

Contact now:

Make a personal injury compensation claim and ask an accurate calculation of how much compensation you deserve. Call us on 0121 565 4317 or claim online to arrange your free, no-obligation consultation.

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