If you are weighing up how much compensation for brain damage then it is worth noting that the categories detailed below reflect the outcome and impact of the conditions and not necessarily the clinical severity.
Level of injury
|Very severe brain damage||£224,800 to £322,060|
|Moderately severe brain injury||£174,620 to £224,800|
|Moderate brain damage – cases in which there is moderate to severe intellectual deficit, a personality change, an effect on sight, speech and senses with a significant risk of epilepsy and no prospect of employment||£119,650 to £174,620|
|Cases in which there is a moderate to modest intellectual deficit, the ability to work is greatly reduced, if not removed and there is some risk of epilepsy||£72,300 up to £119,650|
|Cases in which concentration and memory are affected, the ability to work is reduced, where there is a small risk of epilepsy||£34,330 to £72,300|
|Less severe brain damage||£12,210 to £34,330|
For more information on how much compensation for brain damage please call our team of personal injury specialists at Jefferies Solicitors on 0800 342 3206.
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