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If you've been injured in an accident that was not your fault, you could be legally entitled to compensation.
With the right lawyer fighting your case, you could not only receive remuneration for your injury, but you could also claim back your loss of earnings, medical fees, travel expenses and damages to your personal property.
Our tool is designed to give you an idea of how much you could claim. The figures are guidelines for how much compensation you could receive for a minor injury and a severe injury. To find out how to start your personal injury claim, simply fill in our short form to make your FREE enquiry today.
The Injury Claim Calculator refers to the Judicial College Guidelines for the Assessment of General Damages in Personal Injury Cases 16th edition, published April 2022 by Oxford University Press. The general and special damages you receive will ultimately be calculated according to the circumstances of your case. General damages compensation awards vary according to the severity of injury and how quickly you recover.
The Compensation Claim Report calculation includes the 10% uplift in general damages in line with the Jackson reforms recommendation for claims funded by a Conditional Fee Agreement (CFA). Cases initiated before 1st April 2013 may receive 10% less in general damages than indicated in the calculator.
Every attempt has been made to make all information contained in the report as accurate as possible. However the calculator tool is intended as a guide only.
A solicitor will need to collate more information about your situation to be able to give you a more detailed idea of a potential settlement amount as well as how likely you will be to win and how long it could take to receive compensation based entirely on your own personal circumstances.