Claim Calculate how much you could claim Part of BodyHeadUpper BodyArm & HandsLower BodyOtherHead Area AffectedHeadEyesEarsFaceUpper Body Area AffectedNeckBackShoulderPelvis & HipsArm or Hand Area AffectedArmElbowHandWristFingerLower Body Area AffectedLegKneeAnkleAchillesFootToeHead : How SeriousModerate: Head injury not resulting in brain damage, on-going symptoms such as headaches.Serious: Physical symptoms or a significant change to your intellect or personality.Very Serious: Completely blind, or blinded in one eye and/ or severely reduced vision in other. Head Minimum Amount Maximum Amount Moderate: £1,500 £9,500 Serious: £11,500 £210,500 Very Serious: £210,500 £300,500 Ears : How SeriousModerate: Suffering from partial hearing loss to mild or sever tinnitus.Serious: Loss of total hearing in one ear or additional symptoms such as dizziness.Very Serious: Complete deafness. If injured as child, higher compensation can be claimed. Ears Minimum Amount Maximum Amount Moderate: £5,200 £34,500 Serious: £23,500 £34,500 Very Serious: £68,500 £106,500 Eyes : How SeriousModerate: Injury to eye that caused pain, or temporary vision problems.Serious: Loss of eye, lost sight in one eye or suffered some but not total visually impaired.Very Serious: completely blind, or blinded in one eye and/ or severely reduced vision in other. Eyes Minimum Amount Maximum Amount Moderate: £1,600 £6,500 Serious: £6,500 £49,500 Very Serious: £80,000 £203,500 Face : How SeriousModerate: Facial injury twithout broken bones and left very light or no scarring.Serious: Facial fractures such as broken jaw or nose and broken, damaged teeth.Very Serious: Facial disfigurement or scarring Face Minimum Amount Maximum Amount Moderate: £1,200 £2,500 Serious: £1,500 £28,500 Very Serious: £13,500 £74,500 Neck : How SeriousModerate: Soft tissue or whiplash injury but have recovered within two years of incident. Restriction of ability to take part in your usual activities.Serious: Fractures and dislocations that require surgery. Permanent pain, discomfort that limits usual activities.Very Serious: Neck injuries that seriously affect movement of limbs or the ability to move their neck years after accident. Neck Minimum Amount Maximum Amount Moderate: £1,800 £6,000 Serious: £29,000 £42,000 Very Serious: £34,500 £112,500 Back : How SeriousModerate: Injuries leading to less serious strains, disc problems and soft tissue damage.Serious: Back injury causing constant pain or discomfort often due to disturbed ligaments or soft tissue injury.Very Serious: Back injury that would require surgery such as damaged spinal cord leading to serious consequences such as paralysis, loss of bowel or bladder function. Back Minimum Amount Maximum Amount Moderate: £300 £9,400 Serious: £9,000 £29,000 Very Serious: £29,000 £112,200 Shoulder : How SeriousModerate: Suffered pain from a soft tissue injury lasting a few months to two years.Serious: Injury causing ‘frozen shoulder’, or soft tissue damage causing pain and discomfort lasting two years.Very Serious: Neck injuries resulting in significant disability. Shoulder Minimum Amount Maximum Amount Moderate: £300 £9,400 Serious: £9,000 £29,000 Very Serious: £29,000 £112,200 Pelvis & hips : How SeriousModerate: Hip or pelvic injury, but recovered within two years of the incident.Serious: Injury that required a hip operation / replacement.Very Serious: Severe hip or pelvis fractures that have led to bowel damage or have required a spinal fusion. Impotence or complications with child-birth Pelvis & Hips Minimum Amount Maximum Amount Moderate: £3,000 £9,500 Serious: £9,500 £29,500 Very Serious: £29,500 £99,500 Arm : How SeriousModerate: Suffered a degree of disability for a period of time from a broken bone.Serious: Arm injury not resulting in amputation, but has a serious effect on your ability to use your arm(s).Very Serious: Amputation of one or both arms. Arm Minimum Amount Maximum Amount Moderate: £5,000 £29,500 Serious: £29,500 £99,400 Very Serious: £72,500 £227,400 Elbow : How SeriousModerate: Injuries like tennis elbow or deep cuts that don’t lead to permanent damage.Serious: Elbow injury that did not require surgery but has resulted in restricted movement.Very Serious: injury requiring surgery or has resulted in severe disability. Elbow Minimum Amount Maximum Amount Moderate: £2,500 £9,500 Serious: £11,500 £24,200 Very Serious: £29,500 £41,400 Wrist : How SeriousModerate: Wrist injury that required bandaging or a plaster for weeks.Serious: Broken wrist or have sustained soft tissue damage.Very Serious: Wrist injury that has left you either unable to move your wrist or reduced your ability to move your wrist. Wrist Minimum Amount Maximum Amount Moderate: £2,500 £3,500 Serious: £5,500 £18,500 Very Serious: £18,500 £45,400 Finger: How SeriousModerate: Suffered from a broken finger.Serious: Part finger amputation.Very Serious: One or more finger completely amputated. finger Minimum Amount Maximum Amount Moderate: £500 £3,500 Serious: £3,000 £13,500 Very Serious: £6,500 £69,000 Leg: How SeriousModerate: Broken leg or soft-tissue damage.Serious: Not had to endure an amputation but has suffered serious damage to the leg(s).Very Serious: One or both legs amputated. Leg Minimum Amount Maximum Amount Moderate: £1,500 £19,500 Serious: £21,000 £102,500 Very Serious: £74,400 £214,000 Knee: How SeriousModerate: Dislocated knee, torn cartilage, cuts or twists.Serious: Serious damage to the kneecap, ligaments or muscles.Very Serious: Joint injury has resulted in serious disability, constant pain or muscle wastage. Knee Minimum Amount Maximum Amount Moderate: £4,500 £19,500 Serious: £19,500 £32,500 Very Serious: £39,400 £73,000 Ankle: How SeriousModerate: Sprained or broken ankle.Serious: Ankle injury requiring operation or plaster.Very Serious: Severe ankle injury leading to serious deformity or disability. Ankle Minimum Amount Maximum Amount Moderate: £10,300 £20,100 Serious: £23,500 £37,500 Very Serious: £23,400 £52,000 Achilles: How SeriousModerate: Ankle has been left weaker by damage to your Achilles tendon.Serious: Partial tearing to the Achilles tendon.Very Serious: Muscles have been severed or restricted ankle movement. Achilles Minimum Amount Maximum Amount Moderate: £5,300 £16,000 Serious: £18,500 £22,500 Very Serious: £18,400 £29,000 Foot: How Seriousmoderate: Constant pain, a limp or aching, but has not led to serious disability.Serious: Broken heels or feet, or serious damage to just one foot.Very Serious: One or both feet amputated as a result of your injury Foot Minimum Amount Maximum Amount Moderate: £5,300 £10,400 Serious: £18,500 £52,500 Very Serious: £63,400 £153,000 Toe: How SeriousModerate: One or more broken toes.Serious: Severe trauma to the toe(s) and have either had toes other than the ‘big toe’ amputated.Very Serious: Amputation of all of your toes or your ‘big toe’. Toe Minimum Amount Maximum Amount Moderate: £4,200 £7,200 Serious: £7,200 £16,000 Very Serious: £23,500 £42,500 The total amount of compensation is calculated by combining general damages calculated based on guidance from the Judicial Board Guidelines and our experience from over 25,000 Successful Claims. 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