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Personal injury Compensation Calculator

Our personal injury compensation calculator helps you better understand how much compensation you could claim for your specific injury.

We have used information from previous client settlements, gained over many years, to provide average payout figures for a comprehensive range of injuries. However, they should be used as a guide only – there are many variables that affect how much a claim is worth and payouts will differ from person to person, depending on their circumstances and the extent of their injury.

To use our compensation calculator, simply select the body part you have injured from the list on the left to find out more about how much you could claim. For a more accurate estimate of the amount of compensation, you could claim for your injury, call 0800 342 3206, or fill in the contact form above.

Head Injury

Very severe brain damage£240,590 - £344,640
Moderate-severe brain damage£186,890- £240,590
Moderate brain damage£36,740 – £186,890
Less severe brain damage£13,070 – £36,740
Minor brain/head injury£1,880 – £10,890
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Hearing Loss

Total Deafness and Loss of Speech£96,540 - £120,040
Total Deafness£77,430 - £93,540
Total Loss of Hearing in One Ear£26,710 - £38,850
Partial Hearing Loss or/and Tinnitus£5,980 - £38,850
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Neck Injury

Severe£38,800 – £126,500
Moderate£6,730 – £32,840
Minor£2,090 – £6,730
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Shoulder Injury

Severe£16,380 - £40,970
Serious£10,890 - £16,380
Moderate£6,730 - £10,890
Minor£2,090 – £6,730
Fracture of clavicle£4,390 – £10,440
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Arm Injury

Loss of both arms£205,420- £255,930
Loss of one arm / full / partial amputation£82,040 - £117,020
Other arm injuries with disabilities£5,630 - £111,690
Elbow£3,010 - £46,780
Wrist injuries£3,010 - £51,070
Simple fractures£5,630 - £16,380
Simple fractures to the forearm£5,630 to £16,380
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Hand Injury

Total or effective loss of both hands£120,040 - £171,920
Serious damage to both hands£47,550 - £72,150
Total or effective loss of one hand£82,040 - £93,540
Other hand injuries / fractures / amputation of fingers or thumb etc.£3,370 – £77,430
Vibration white finger (VWF) and / or hand-arm vibration syndrome (HAVS)£2,560 – £32,780
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Dermatitis

Dermatitis affecting both hands to the point of cracking and soreness with no sign of a full recovery. This level of dermatitis often has a psychological impact. It can also impinge upon employment prospects and affects an individual’s ability to carry out everyday tasks like housework.£11,730 – £16,380
Dermatitis which has affected one hand for a prolonged period of time but has been resolved with treatment or the use of gloves for tasks that pose a risk to the condition.£7,380 – £9,740
Itching and skin irritation as well as rashes on either or both hands, which have resolved within a matter of mont£1,460 – £3,370
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Chest Injury

Lung / heart damage£56,100 – £85,880
Toxic fume / smoke inhalation£4,540 - £10,750
Injuries leading to collapsed lungs with full recovery£1,880 - £4,540
Fractures of ribs / soft tissue injuriesUp to £3,370
Asbestos-related disease£12,860 – £107,410
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Asthma

Disabling asthma with significant sleep problems an inability to participate in most types of physical activity and limited chances of employment£36,740 – £56,100
Chronic asthma with substantial breathing difficulties, the occasional need for an inhaler and an unclear picture of the future£22,440 – £36,700
Bronchitis with wheezing but with a good chance of recovery£16,380 – £22,440
Relatively mild asthma£9,080 – £16,380
Mild asthma which has been treated by a GP and is resolved within a few monthsupto £4,390
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Back Injury

Severe back injury with spinal cord damage£72,620 - £128,320
Serious back injury causing significant permanent effects£59,120 - £70,490
Moderate back injury causing chronic pain and lack of mobility£30,910 - £55,590
Moderate back injury such as ligament or muscle damage£22,130 - £30,910
Minor back injuries with pain lasting between 2-5 years£6,290 - £9,970
Minor back injuries with a short recovery periodUp to £1,950
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Pelvis & Hips Injury

Severe£33,080 - £137,330
Moderate to limited severity£10,670 - £33,080
Lesser injuriesUp to £10,670
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Knee Injury

Severe£22,340 - £82,080
Moderate / Modest£5,160 – £22,340
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Leg Injury

Total loss of both legs£205,420 - £240,950
Below-knee amputation of both legs£171,920 - £230,440
Above-knee amputation of one leg£89,440 - £117,280
Below – knee amputation of one leg£83,590 - £113,450
Severe leg injuries£33,450 - £115,940
Less serious leg injuries£7,780 - £23,680
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Ankle Injury

Very severe£42,710 - £59,480
Severe£26,710 - £42,710
Moderate£11,730 - £22,680
Modest injuriesUp to £11,730
Achilles tendon£6,200 – £32,780
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Foot Injury

Amputation of both feet£144,520 - £171,920
Amputation of one foot£71,640 - £93,540
Very severe£71,640 - £93,540
Severe£35,810 - £59,730
Serious£21,320 - £33,450
Moderate£11,730 - £21,320
ModestUp to £11,730
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Head Injury

Very severe brain damage£240,590 – £344,640
Moderate-severe brain damage£186,890 – £240,590
Moderate brain damage£36,740 – £186,890
Minor brain damage£13,070 – £36,740
Minor brain/head injury£1,880 – £10,890
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Loss of hearing

Total Deafness and Loss of Speech£96,540 - £120,040
Total Deafness£77,430 - £93,540
Total Loss of Hearing in One Ear£26,710 - £38,850
Partial Hearing Loss or/and Tinnitus£5,980 - £38,850
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Neck Injury

Severe£38,800 – £126,500
Moderate£6,730 – £32,840
Minor£2,090 – £6,730
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Shoulder Injury

Severe£16,380 – £40,970
Serious£10,890 – £16,380
Moderate£6,730 – £10,890
Minor£2,090 – £6,730
Fracture of clavicle£4,390 – £10,440
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Arm Injury

Loss of both arms£205,420 – £255,930
Loss of one arm / full / partial amputation£82,040 – £117,020
Other arm injuries with disabilities£5,630 – £111,690
Elbow£3,010 – £46,780
Wrist injuries£3,010 – £51,070
Simple fractures£5,630 - £16,380
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Hand Injury

Total or effective loss of both hands£120,040 – £171,920
Serious damage to both hands£47,550 – £72,150
Total or effective loss of one hand£82,040 – £93,540
Other hand injuries / fractures / amputation of fingers or thumb etc.£3,370- £77,430
Vibration white finger (VWF) and / or hand-arm vibration syndrome (HAVS)£2,560 – £32,780
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Dermatitis

Dermatitis affecting both hands to the point of cracking and soreness with no sign of a full recovery. This level of dermatitis often has a psychological impact. It can also impinge upon employment prospects and affects an individual’s ability to carry out everyday tasks like housework.£11,730 - £16,380
Dermatitis which has affected one hand for a prolonged period of time but has been resolved with treatment or the use of gloves for tasks that pose a risk to the condition.£7,380 - £9,740
Itching and skin irritation as well as rashes on either or both hands, which have resolved within a matter of months.£1,460 - £3,370
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Chest Injury

Lung / heart damage£56,100 – £85,880
Toxic fume / smoke inhalation£4,540 – £10,750
Injuries leading to collapsed lungs with full recovery£1,880 – £4,540
Fractures of ribs / soft tissue injuriesUp to £3,370
Asbestos-related disease£12,860 – £107,410
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Asthma

Disabling asthma with significant sleep problems an inability to participate in most types of physical activity and limited chances of employment£36,740 – £56,100
Chronic asthma with substantial breathing difficulties, the occasional need for an inhaler and an unclear picture of the future£22,440 – £36,700
Bronchitis with wheezing but with a good chance of recovery£16,380 – £22,440
Relatively mild asthma£9,080 – £16,380
Mild asthma which has been treated by a GP and is resolved within a few monthsupto £4,390
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Back Injury

Severe back injury with spinal cord damage£72,620 - £128,320
Serious back injury causing significant permanent effects£59,120 - £70,490
Moderate back injury causing chronic pain and lack of mobility£30,910 - £55,590
Moderate back injury such as ligament or muscle damage£6,290 - £9,970
Minor back injuries with pain lasting between 2-5 years£6,290 - £9,970
Minor back injuries with a short recovery periodUp to £1,950
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Pelvis & Hips Injury

Severe£33,080 – £137,330
Moderate to limited severity£10,670 – £33,080
Lesser injuriesUp to £10,670
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Knee Injury

Severe£22,340 – £82,080
Moderate / modest£5,160 – £22,340
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Leg Injury

Total loss of both legs£205,420 – £240,950
Below-knee amputation of both legs£171,920 – £230,440
Above-knee amputation of one leg£89,440 – £117,280
Below – knee amputation of one leg£83,590 – £113,450
Severe leg injuries£33,450 – £115,940
Less serious leg injuries£7,780 – £23,680
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Ankle Injury

Very severe£42,710 – £59,480
Severe£26,710 – £42,710
Moderate£11,730 – £22,680
Modest injuriesUp to £11,730
Achilles tendon£6,200 – £32,780
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Foot Injury

Amputation of both feet£144,520 – £171,920
Amputation of one foot£71,640 – £93,540
Very severe£71,640 – £93,540
Severe£35,810 – £59,730
Serious£21,320 - £33,450
Moderate£11,730 - £21,320
ModestUp to £11,730
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Please Note: Figures shown are approximate, based on experience and previous settlement amounts attributes to an individual’s pain and suffering. Final settlement awards may be worth more or less than the stated amount, depending on injury and individual personal circumstances.

If your injury is not listed you could still make a claim.

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If you have a question about whether or not you are able to make a claim for something that has been affected as a result of your accident, whether you think it would be something that falls into the category of general damages or special damages, please get in touch with us on 0800 342 3206