£63,100 – £86,100 These are the kinds of injuries where amputation is not required but serious disability is caused to the point that the sufferer isn’t much better off than if their arm had been amputated.
£25,850 – £39,400 These are injuries that result in substantial and permanent disablement. This level of compensation is awarded in cases where there is substantial cosmetic damage and/or ongoing impairment to function.
£4,450 – £25,850 There is a range of injuries within this broad bracket that go from simple fractures that are expected to fully recover, up to cases where several bones in one or both the person’s arms have serious fractures Cases on the higher end of this bracket are cases where total recovery does not occur.
£25,850 – £36,100 Injuries resulting in serious disability are included in this bracket.
£10,400 – £21,100 These are less serious injuries that cause loss of functioning but don’t require surgery or result in permanent disability.
Up to £8,350 Minor injuries – simple fractures, tendon and joint injuries. This kind of award is normally made whenever there is no permanent reduction in an elbow’s function.
£31,400 – £39,400 Injuries that result in all wrist function being lost.
£16,200 – £25,850 Injuries where there is some residual movement left, but where permanent disability is the result.
£8,350 – £16,200 These are less severe injuries that still result in ongoing pain or permanent disability.
£2,300 – £4,850 Injuries like fractures that might cause some immediate suffering and pain and might require to be in plaster for some time, but where it is possible to have a complete recovery.