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Use our Compensation Calculator to estimate your claim amount

Whether you’re considering claiming for a road traffic accident, an injury at work, or because you’ve been a victim of any other kind of personal injury, we can help you gauge the amount of compensation you may be entitled to.

By clicking through the interactive Compensation Calculator below you can get an estimate of what type of settlement amount you could be eligible for based on the injuries you sustained.

How do I use the compensation calculator?

In steps one and two, choose the area of your body where you have suffered an injury. In step three, select the type of injury and the level of severity. Based on your choices, you’ll see an estimate outlining how much compensation you could be entitled to. It will only take a few seconds to find out how much you might be eligible to claim.

The estimates given are based solely on your physical injury, and do not take into account what else you may be able to claim, such as loss of earnings or damage to property. To get a better idea of how much you could be awarded, get in touch with us.

 

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Head

Statistics

Around 1 million people in the UK visit A&E with a head injury every year

There are over 120,000 eye-related injuries reported every year

Case Study

Mr Shearer awarded £2,000 after inhaling toxic smoke and fumes whilst working.

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Upper body

Statistics

An estimated 821 cases of non-malignant pleural disease caused by asbestos were reported in 2011.

20% of whiplash symptoms can last for over a year.

Case Study

Mr Moore awarded £12,500 after suffering nerve damage to his shoulder and neck.

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Arm

Statistics

Around 6,000 major limb amputations are completed every year in the UK.

Conviction rates against workplaces for health and safety breaches in 2011/12 had a success rate of 93%.

Case Study

Mrs Miller, awarded £9,200 following a car accident that wasn’t her fault.

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Hand

Statistics

Hand injuries make up 10% of A&E visits.

Of 475 cases of Carpel Tunnel Syndrome reported in 2011, 50 cases were awarded to females.

Case Study

Mr Brown received £5,883 for an accident resulting in a severely lacerated hand.

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Lower Body

Statistics

The most common cause of knee injury in the workplace is from heavy lifting.

Last year, of the 22,433 major injuries reported, 40% were involving slips or trips.

Case Study

Mrs Phillips awarded £9,000 following an injury resulting in a knee replacement.

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Foot

Statistics

70% of foot amputations are caused by loss of blood supply.

A total of 80% of sports injuries involve spraining, including the ankle

Case Study

Mrs Miller, awarded £9,200 following a car accident that wasn’t her fault.

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Please select what area of your head is injured below

Head Hair Eye Ear Nose Cheek Jaw Teeth

Please select what area of your upper body is injured below

Neck Chest Shoulder Back

Please select what area of your arm is injured below

Arm Elbow

Please select what area of your hand is injured below

Hand Wrist

Please select what area of your leg is injured below

Leg knee Hip & Pelvis

Please select what area of your foot is injured below

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There are other types of compensation you could be awarded through your accident such as loss of earnings or damage to property, the estimates given here are simply for your personal injury claim. First4Lawyers solicitors will be able to give you the best idea of the amount you should expect from your individual injury. It is important to keep in mind that every case is different and the advice and estimates given once your case has started are tailored specifically for your case

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*Guidelines for the Assessment of General Damages in Personal injury Cases, 11th Edition (2012) by the Judicial Studies Board

What can I claim compensation for?

If you’ve been in an accident and suffered injury through no fault of your own, you are eligible for compensation for the financial and emotional hardship that you have undergone.

Compensation is assessed based on two main factors:

  • General damages: these cover the pain and suffering your injury has caused to date
  • Special damages: these refer to any future implications your injury will have on your lifestyle, such as the cost of rehabilitation

Special damages will vary based on your individual circumstances. Take a look at the table below to get an idea of how much you could claim for general damages, based on the severity of your injury.

Contact us and we can walk you through the steps of receiving compensation if you have:

Based on your individual situation, you can claim for loss of wages and expenses incurred as a result of the accident, as well as for any future impact the injury may have on your quality of life.

We operate on a No Win No Fee basis, so you can claim the compensation you are entitled to without any financial risk – if you don’t win, you don’t pay.

Case Studies

The following are case studies you can find in the Compensation Calculator outlining claims that our customers have made, and the compensation they received as a result of an accident.

  • Mr Moore, £12,500 – After suffering nerve damage to his shoulder and neck, Mr Moore was awarded £12,500.
  • Mrs Miller, £9,200 – Following a car accident that wasn’t her fault, Mrs Miller was awarded £9,200 towards the physical and emotional injuries she suffered.
  • Mr Shearer, £2,000 – Mr Shearer was awarded £2,000 after inhaling toxic smoke and fumes whilst working, which resulted in severe respiratory issues, leading to detriment to his breathing and overall quality of life.

Why Choose First4lawyers?

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