Organ Injury Claim Payout
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Organ Injury Claim Payout
You Could
Claim More
Compensation
Than You Think!
  • Specialist Team
  • We Can Calculate Just How Much
  • No Win No Fee Promise
  • No Financial Risk for You
  • Maximum Compensation Payouts
  • Successfully Settled Over 25,000 claims*
Please fill in your Details if you’d like to Discuss a Claim.

Organ Injury Claim Payouts Amounts | No Win No Fee Solicitors

Kidney Injury Compensation

£111,100 – £138,100 Loss of, or serious damage to both kidneys.

Up to £42,100 Compensation that is awarded when there is ‘significant risk’ that natural function of the kidney will be lost or urinary tract infections will occur in the future.

£20,350 – £30,100 This level of compensation is awarded when one kidney is lost but the other does not suffer any damage.

Bowel Injury Compensation

Up to £98,600 This level of awarded will be given when natural function is totally lost and there is colostomy dependence. Age is also considered.

£29,350 – £45,850 This level of compensation will be awarded in severe abdominal injury cases where a temporary colostomy is necessary and functioning of the bowels is impaired. There also might be restrictions on the levels or types of diet and employment as well.

£8,350 – £16,100 This is an appropriate compensation level where some permanent damage occurs but regular function recovers eventually.

Bladder Injury Compensation

Up to £92,100 This is considered to be appropriate compensation when there is total loss of control and function of the bladder.

£42,100 – £52,600 This compensation level is awarded when bladder control is seriously impaired and there are is also incontinence and pain associated with it.

£15,500 – £20,600 In these situations there is some long-term inference with the bladder’s natural function but a near complete recovery is expected.

Hernia Injury Compensation

Among manual professions hernias are sometimes common injuries. Click here to get more advice if you were injured at work.

£9,850 – £15,950 This level of compensation is considered to be appropriate when pain is continuous and/or participation and enjoyment is limited in work sport, or physical activity.

£4,700 – £6,100 This is an appropriate aware for direct inguinal hernias where there is some risk of them reoccurring.

£2,100 – £4,950 This level of compensation is for uncomplicated inguinal hernias where there is no permanent damage or associated injuries.

If you or a loved one has suffered from any of the injuries discussed above, and someone else was at fault, contact us today.

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