Compensation Calculator

Simply scroll down this page and click on the compensation calculator on the part of the body which is injured, and you will get a list of injuries and typical amounts of compensation that can be given for these injuries.

To find out more about making a claim and the potential compensation you could be entitled to, fill in the Claim Now form to the right of this screen.

Alternatively call our local team FREE on 0800 298 9690 for no obligation advice on whether you can make a claim.

*The compensation calculator is only an estimation of compensation amounts and is no way a guarantee of the amount of compensation that you will receive. These figures are taken from the 11th edition of the Judicial College Guidelines.

**Any cases submitted on or after 1st April 2013, where no Conditional Fee Agreement claiming additional liabilities has been entered into, will attract a 10% uplift on the figures stated in this compensation calculator**


  • Hover over to see a list of injuries and typical amounts of compensation that can be given for these injuries.

  • Head Injury

    Minor Head Injury: up to £9100

    Minor Brain Damage: up to £30,750

    Moderate Brain Damage: up to £156,750

    Moderately Severe Brain Injury: up to £201,500

    Very Severe Brain Damage: up to £288,500

     

    Please note these figures are estimates of what is commonly awarded for similar head injuries. These figures are taken from the 11th edition of the Judicial College Guidelines.

    **Any cases submitted on or after 1st April 2013, where no Conditional Fee Agreement claiming additional liabilities has been entered into, will attract a 10% uplift on the figures stated in this compensation calculator**

    Other related injuries:

  • Senses

    Injuries Affecting Sight

    Minor eye injuries such as being struck in the eye or being splashed by liquids: up to £6250
    The total loss of one eye: up to £39,150
    The most devastating injuries such as total blindness and deafness: up to £288,500

    Deafness

    Most cases will fall into the category of Partial Hearing Loss/Tinnitus and the awards here can vary dramatically depending on the severity with maximums of £32,500

    The total loss of hearing in one ear: up to £32,500

    Impairment of Taste and Smell

    Loss of smell: up to £23,500 and loss of taste: up to £17,850. The total loss of both taste and smell: up to £28,000 approx



    Please note these figures are estimates of what is commonly awarded for similar senses injuries. These figures are taken from the 11th edition of the Judicial College Guidelines.

    **Any cases submitted on or after 1st April 2013, where no Conditional Fee Agreement claiming additional liabilities has been entered into, will attract a 10% uplift on the figures stated in this compensation calculator**

  • Hand Injury

    Serious injury resulting in extensive damage rendering both hands useless up to £144,000

    Serious injury to both hands giving rise to permanent cosmetic disability and loss of function up to £60,400

    Total effective loss of one hand, such as amputation of the hand: up to £78,300

    Amputation if index and middle and/or ring fingers: up to £64,800

    Serious hand injuries where function has reduced by about 50%: up to £44,200

    Less serious hand injury such as a severe crush injury resulting in significantly impaired function: up to £20,750

    Moderate hand injury such as crush injury or penetrating wounds: up to £9500

    Minor hand injury such as crush injury, soft tissue injury where full recovery is within a few months: up to £3100

     

    Please note these figures are estimates of what is commonly awarded for similar hand injuries. These figures are taken from the 11th edition of the Judicial College Guidelines.

    **Any cases submitted on or after 1st April 2013, where no Conditional Fee Agreement claiming additional liabilities has been entered into, will attract a 10% uplift on the figures stated in this compensation calculator**

    Other related hand injuries:

  • Neck Injury

    Minor whiplash Injury: up to £3100. This level of award will be appropriate where full recovery takes place between a few weeks and a year.

    Other Minor Whiplash Injury: up to £5600. This level of award will be appropriate where full recovery takes place within about 2 years.

    Moderate whiplash Injury: up to £27,500

    Severe whiplash injury: up to £106,000

     

    Please note these figures are estimates of what is commonly awarded for similar neck injuries. These figures are taken from the 11th edition of the Judicial College Guidelines.

    **Any cases submitted on or after 1st April 2013, where no Conditional Fee Agreement claiming additional liabilities has been entered into, will attract a 10% uplift on the figures stated in this compensation calculator**

  • Chest Injury

    Fractured ribs or soft tissue injuries causing serious pain and disability for a period of weeks up to £

    Injuries leading to collapsed lungs with full recovery: up to £3825

    A single penetrating wound causing some permanent damage to tissue but no significant long term effect on lung function: up to £

    Damage to chest and lungs causing some continuing disability: up to £39,150

    Traumatic injury to chest, lungs and/or heart causing permanent damage, impairment of function, physical disability and reduction of life expectancy: up to £96,800

     

    Please note these figures are estimates of what is commonly awarded for similar chest injuries. These figures are taken from the 11th edition of the Judicial College Guidelines.

    **Any cases submitted on or after 1st April 2013, where no Conditional Fee Agreement claiming additional liabilities has been entered into, will attract a 10% uplift on the figures stated in this compensation calculator**

    Other chest related injuries include:

     

  • Back Injury

    Minor Back Injury: Up to £8900

    Moderate back injury: up to £27,700

    Severe back injury: up to £115,000

     

    Please note these figures are estimates of what is commonly awarded for similar back injuries. These figures are taken from the 11th edition of the Judicial College Guidelines.

    **Any cases submitted on or after 1st April 2013, where no Conditional Fee Agreement claiming additional liabilities has been entered into, will attract a 10% uplift on the figures stated in this compensation calculator**

  • Shoulder Injury

    Straightforward non fracture with full recovery within a year: up to £3100

    Modest shoulder injury with full recovery within 2 years: up to £5600

    Dislocation of shoulder: up to £13,700

    Frozen shoulder: up to £9100

     

    Please note these figures are estimates of what is commonly awarded for similar shoulder injuries. These figures are taken from the 11th edition of the Judicial College Guidelines.

    **Any cases submitted on or after 1st April 2013, where no Conditional Fee Agreement claiming additional liabilities has been entered into, will attract a 10% uplift on the figures stated in this compensation calculator**

  • Leg Injury

    Simple fracture and soft tissue injuries: up to £6500

    Less serious leg injuries where there are fractures and where a complete recovery has been made but where you will be left with a metal implant in the leg or impaired mobility: up to £19,850

    Very serious injuries leading to permanent problems with mobility and where, for example there are multiple fractures that have taken a number of years to heal and have led to serious deformity: up to £60,400.

    Above the knee amputation of one of the legs: up to £98,300.

    The most serious of injuries will involve the amputation above the knee of both of the legs and the award for this type of injury will be in the bracket of up to £201,500.

     

    Please note these figures are estimates of what is commonly awarded for similar leg injuries. These figures are taken from the 11th edition of the Judicial College Guidelines.

    **Any cases submitted on or after 1st April 2013, where no Conditional Fee Agreement claiming additional liabilities has been entered into, will attract a 10% uplift on the figures stated in this compensation calculator**

    Other types of leg injury include:

  • Arm Injury

    Simple fractures to forearm: up to £13,700

    Less severe arm injury with a substantial disability: up to £28,000

    Injuries resulting in permanent and substantial disablement: up to £42,750

    Severe arm injury falling just short of amputation such as brachial plexus injury: up to £93,500

    Please note these figures are estimates of what is commonly awarded for similar arm injuries. These figures are taken from the 11th edition of the Judicial College Guidelines.

    **Any cases submitted on or after 1st April 2013, where no Conditional Fee Agreement claiming additional liabilities has been entered into, will attract a 10% uplift on the figures stated in this compensation calculator**

    Other arm injuries include:

  • Foot Injury

    Straightforward injury to the foot such as a fracture or a laceration and where a full recovery has been made: up to £6800.

    Modest injuries involving ruptured ligaments, puncture wounds and the like with continuing symptoms such as pain or aching: up to £9800.

    Moderate injuries such as those involving a displaced metatarsal fracture resulting in permanent deformity and with continuing symptoms: up to £17,850.

    The amputation of a foot or very serious injuries to the foot where there is severe and permanent pain: up to £144,000.

    Please note these figures are estimates of what is commonly awarded for similar foot injuries. These figures are taken from the 11th edition of the Judicial College Guidelines.

    **Any cases submitted on or after 1st April 2013, where no Conditional Fee Agreement claiming additional liabilities has been entered into, will attract a 10% uplift on the figures stated in this compensation calculator**

  • Hip Injury

    Minor injuries: up to £9000

    Moderate injuries to the hip: up to £28,000

    Serious injuries to the hip: up to £37,500

    Severe injuries to the hip: up to £93,500

    If a hip replacement has been carried out or where it may need to be carried out in the foreseeable future: up to £19,000

    Please note these figures are estimates of what is commonly awarded for similar hip injuries. These figures are taken from the 11th edition of the Judicial College Guidelines.

    **Any cases submitted on or after 1st April 2013, where no Conditional Fee Agreement claiming additional liabilities has been entered into, will attract a 10% uplift on the figures stated in this compensation calculator**

    Other related hip injuries include:

  • Internal Organ Injury

    Internal organs that may be injured include:






Your Lance Mason specialist solicitor will evaulate your claim and give a more accurate guide based on your personal circumstances

Hattons Solicitors personal injury compensation calculator provides estimated amounts of compensation that could be given, according to the part of the body that is injured.*

Any injury should be treated carefully to enable a full recovery. Recovery of an injury can take a long time and keep you out of work and unable to enjoy life to the same extent for a while or permanently.

Compensation can also be awarded for loss of earnings, both past and future if your injury is serious enough to prevent the injured party working for a while or ever again and for associated losses such as medication, and treatments like physiotherapy or psychological help. These other components add to the figures quoted in our compensation calculator like building blocks adding together to place the injured person back in the position that they would have been in had they not been injured through someone else's fault.

Any award is dependent upon a variety of factors including consideration of the Judicial Studies Board Guidelines, Case Law and the individual facts of each case.

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