Leg Injury Compensation Calculator
Learn how much compensation you could be entitled to for your leg injury using our compensation calculator.
What kinds of leg injuries can I claim for?
If you have suffered a leg injury through no fault of your own, you may be able to make a claim.
Common leg injuries include:
- Fractures to tibia and/or fibula
- Fracture of femur
How much compensation am I entitled to?
The amount of compensation you may receive will reflect the severity of your injury. This will be established by an assessment by a medical expert.
Our compensation calculator will give you an estimate of how much personal injury compensation you may receive for your injury alone. You may also be able to recover other expenses you’ve paid for as a result of the accident, although this part of the claim will be calculated separately.
Level of leg injury
|Total loss of both legs||£191,950 – £224,800|
|Below-knee amputation of both legs||£160,600 – £215,310|
|Above-knee amputation of one leg||£83,550 – £109,570|
|Below – knee amputation of one leg||£78,100 – £106,010|
|Severe leg injuries||£76,730 – £108,370|
|Serious leg injury||£31,250 – £67,410|
|Moderate leg injury||£22,130 – £31,250|
|Less serious leg injuries||£1,000 – £21,835|
Types of accident and injury compensation claims
We work with clients on a variety of leg injury claims including those involving: