FREE Compensation Calculator to Help You Value Your Accident Claims
Find out how much your accident claim is worth today by using our free compensation calculator. Scroll down this page to use it.
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Personal Injury Solicitors Compensation Calculator
Our expert no win no fee solicitors made this free compensation calculator to help you decide whether to make a claim.
Please note that the figures quoted below relate only to personal injury claims.
The compensation calculator has been prepared using the latest guidelines in light of the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act (2012).
These apply a 10% uplift to personal injury compensation awards in cases where a no win no fee agreement was entered into after 1 April 2013 and no success fee is paid by the Defendant. The uplift may not apply in your case.
You may be entitled to claim for additional losses as well. Often these can be worth more than the claim for personal injuries, so will be looked at closely by your solicitor. See our things to claim section for more details.
How to Use the Accident Claims Compensation Calculator
Simply read the headings and descriptions below to identify the parts of the body where you have suffered an injury to see what your claim might be worth.
Remember that the extent and nature of your personal injury claim is unique to you, so the figures shown in our free compensation calculator are guidelines only and should not be relied upon to value your claim. Only your personal injury solicitor at Donoghue Solicitors can properly advise you what your claim is worth.
You should also note that your accident compensation award may be substantially increased by things such as lost earnings, vehicle repairs and hire cars (if appropriate), private medical treatment, out-of-pocket expenses etc.
We have not included details of these in the figures quoted below because they are unique to each individual claim.
Read some accident claim case reports to find out how we help clients get the maximum compensation for their personal injuries and other things.
How Will My No Win No Fee Personal Injury Solicitors Calculate How Much My Accident Claim Is Worth?
Our no win no fee solicitors are renowned experts, with many years experience in dealing with personal injury claims.
They use their experience, court guidelines, previous cases and other information to assess your claim. It is not an exact science because there are no fixed compensation amounts in most personal injury claims. But with medical and other evidence your lawyer will make sure that you recover the maximum compensation for your accident claims.
Why Should I instruct Donoghue Solicitors to Help Me Claim Accident Compensation?
Donoghue Solicitors Limited is a specialist law firm dealing exclusively with compensation claims.
Kevin Donoghue, our Solicitor Director, is a member of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers with nearly two decades’ experience in helping clients win their compensation claims. He leads a team of skilled, compassionate professionals.
All this means that we have experts who have proven they have what it takes to help you win your accident claim.
These experts are dedicated to working hard for you. We are authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (no.573581) and abide by the solicitors rules, ensuring that we act in your best interests at all times.
You can trust us to make sure that your accident claim is dealt with as smoothly as possible, and that you will recover the maximum compensation. Where appropriate, we act on a no win no fee basis.
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Injuries Resulting in Death
(a) Full Awareness £11,770 to £22,350
(b) Followed by Unconsciousness £9,870 to £10,010
(c) Immediate Unconsciousness/Death after Six Weeks £3,530 to £4,120
(d) Immediate Unconsciousness/Death within One Week £1,290 to £2,620
(e) Mental Anguish £4,380
Injuries Involving Paralysis
(a) Tetraplegia (a.k.a. Quadriplegia) £304,630 to £379,100
(b) Paraplegia £205,580 to £266,740
(c) Shorter durations £46,300
(A) Brain Damage
(a) Very Severe Brain Damage £264,650 to £379,100
(b) Moderately Severe Brain Damage £205,580 to £264,650
(c) Moderate Brain Damage £40,410 to £205,580
(d) Less Severe Brain Damage £14,380 to £40,410
(e) Minor Brain or Head Injury £2,070 to £11,980
(a) Established Grand Mal £95,710 to £140,870
(b) Established Petit Mal £51,460 to £123,340
(c) Other Epileptic Conditions £9,990 to £24,680
Psychiatric Damage Generally
(a) Severe £51,460 to £108,620
(b) Moderately Severe £17,900 to £51,460
(c) Moderate £5,500 to £17,900
(d) Less Severe £1,440 to £5,500
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
(a) Severe £56,180 to £94,470
(b) Moderately Severe £21,730 to £56,180
(c) Moderate £7,680 to £21,730
(d) Less Severe £3,710 to £7,680
(a) Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
(i) Severe £49,270 to £78,840
(ii) Moderate £26,300 to £49,270
(b) Other Pain Disorders
(i) Severe £39,530 to £59,110
(ii) Moderate £19,770 to £36,120
Injuries affecting the Senses
(A) Injuries Affecting Sight
(a) Total Blindness and Deafness In the region of £379,100
(b) Total Blindness In the region of £252,180
(c) Loss of Sight in One Eye with Reduced Vision in the Remaining Eye
(i) Serious risk of further deterioration £90,100 to £168,730
(ii) Reduced vision and/ or additional problems £60,010 to £99,440
(d) Total Loss of One Eye £51,460 to £61,690
(e) Complete Loss of Sight in One Eye £46,240 to £51,460
(h) Minor Eye Injuries £3,710 to £8,200
(i) Transient Eye Injuries £2,070 to £3,710
(a) Total Deafness and Loss of Speech £102,890 to £132,040
(b) Total Deafness £85,170 to £102,890
(c) Total Loss of Hearing in One Ear £29,380 to £42,730
(d) Partial Hearing Loss/Tinnitus (up to) £6,580 to £42,730
(C) Impairment of Taste and Smell
(a) Total Loss of Taste and Smell- In the region of £36,770
(b) Total Loss of Smell and Significant Loss of Taste £30,870 to £36,770
(c) Loss of Smell £23,460 to £30,870
(d) Loss of Taste £18,020 to £23,460
Injuries to Internal Organs
(A) Chest Injuries (up to) £3,710 to £140,870
(B) Lung Disease £2,070 to £127,530
(C) Asbestos-related Disease £14,140 to £118,150
(D) Asthma (up to) £4,830 to £61,710
(E) Reproductive System: Male In the region of £6,190 to in excess of £144,420
(F) Reproductive System: Female £3,180 to £158,970
(G) Digestive System
(a) Damage Resulting from Traumatic Injury £6,190 to £58,100
(b) Illness/Damage Resulting from Non-traumatic Injury, e.g. Food Poisoning £860 to £49,270
(H) Kidney £28,880 to £197,480
(I) Bowels £11,820 to up to £172,860
(J) Bladder £21,970 to up to £172,860
(K) Spleen £4,080 to £24,680
(L) Hernia £3,180 to £24,680
(A) Neck Injuries (up to) £2,300 to in the region of £139,210
(B) Back Injuries (up to) £2,300 to £151,070
(C) Shoulder Injuries (up to) £2,300 to £45,070
(D) Injuries to the Pelvis and Hips (up to) £3,710 to £122,860
(E) Amputation of Arms
(a) Loss of Both Arms £225,960 to £291,520
(b) Loss of One Arm £90,250 to not less than £128,710
(F) Other Arm Injuries £6,190 to £122,860
(G) Injuries to the Elbow (up to) £11,820 to £51,460
(H) Wrist Injuries £3,310 to £56,180
(I) Hand Injuries £3,710 to £189,110
(J) Vibration White Finger (VWF) and /or Hand-Arm Vibration Syndrome (HAVS) £2,810 to £36,060
(K) Work-related Upper Limb Disorders £2,070 to £21,700
(L) Leg Injuries Up to £11,110 to £264,650
(M) Knee Injuries Up to £12,900 to £90,290
(N) Ankle Injuries Up to £12,900 to £65,420
(O) Achilles Tendon £6,820 to in the region of £36,060
(P) Foot Injuries Up to £12,900 to £189,110
(Q) Toe Injuries Up to £9,010 to £52,620
(A) Skeletal Injuries £1,020 to £34,480
(B) Facial Disfigurement £1,600 to £91,350
Scarring to Other Parts of the Body
Scarring to Other Parts of the Body £2,220 to likely to exceed £98,380
Damage to Hair
£A few hundred pounds to £2,300
N.B. For accidents occurring on or after 31 May 2021, compensation for many people suffering whiplash injuries is calculated using a tariff. Read this blog post to find out more: How the Whiplash Reforms Could Affect You.
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