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There are many different kinds of ways in which the reproductive organs of a male can be damaged. Some may be because of an accident and some may be due to an illness, disease or a surgical mistake.

Others may also mean victims end up with scarring or psychological damage. In all cases, these factors are taken into consideration when weighing up how much compensation may be achieved for loss of male reproductive organs.

  • If the whole of the male reproductive organs have been lost then compensation amounts will be in excess of £110,000
  • For young men who have become impotent and sterile coupled with a loss of sexual function the amount of compensation that can be expected is £106,000. The exact figure will depend on the age of the person and what emotional and psychological effect the injury has had on them
  • If it is likely that impotence is permanent then compensation brackets of £30,750 to £56,000 are likely to be applied to a compensation case
  • If you have experienced sterility of the most serious kind then you can expect up to £100,500
  • At the lower end of the compensation scale of sterility, settlement fees are around £13,400
  • If you are young man with no children and have become sterile and impotent then compensation is likely to be from £40,000 rising to £51,000
  • If the above conditions exist but the person affected is a man who is likely to have had more children then the settlements will be around £17,00 to £22,350
  • Further compensation figures of £4,750 will be awarded for less serious cases

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