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Typical compensation claim awards

The amount of compensation that you are likely to be awarded following a successful personal injury claim varies greatly and depends on the nature and extent of your injury. The figures shown here will give you an approximate idea of the amount of compensation that may typically be awarded. For a more accurate figure please call us on 0800 197 32 32 and speak to one of our personal injury solicitors.

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Psychiatric injury
Ability to cope with life and or work or affecting relationships with family and friends to £60,000

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Full recovery within 3 years £4,000 Largely recovered, some minor symptoms £10,000 Moderately severe, disability for the future £27,000 Severe symptoms, permanent £45,000

Eye injury
Minor injuries, some pain, minor interference £4,000

Impairment of vision £10,000

Tooth injury
Loss/serious damage to back teeth £850 per tooth

Loss/damage to several front teeth £5,000

Hearing injury
Occasional tinnitus, slight
hearing loss £6,000

Tinnitus, moderate hearing
loss £15,000

Tinnitus, severe hearing loss £23,000

Shoulder Injuries
Minor soft tissue, good recovery £3,500

Moderate, frozen shoulder £6,000

Dislocation, neck and shoulder pain £9,000

Neck injury
Serious limitation of movement, £10,500

Spinal cord injury
Serious limitation of movement, £10,500

Back Injuries
Strains, sprains, good recovery £6,500

Severe back injuries £14,000

Elbow injury
Severe elbow injury 21,500 to 30,000

Injuries causing impairment of function 8,750 to 17,500

Simple fractures, tennis elbow up to 7,500

Arm injury
Loss of one arm, amputation through forearm 52,500

Less severe injury through significant disabilities 10,000 to 21,500

Simple fractures of the forearm 7,500

Hand injury
Severe hand injury involving amputation of fingers, full recovery 16,000 to 34,000

Crush injuries and penetrating wounds 2,500

Wrist injury
Loss of one arm, amputation through forearm 52,500

Less severe injury through significant disabilities 10,000 to 21,500

Simple fractures of the forearm 7,500

Hip/pelvis injury
Extensive fracture of the pelvis 43,750

A fracture resulting a hip replacement. Awarded up to 28,000

Significant injury to the pelvis or the hip 14,750 to 21,500

Minor injuries with complete recovery up to 2,150

Leg Injury
Simple fracture, good recovery
up to £3,000

Severe fracture up to £7,000

Cuts, soft tissue injuries, good recovery up to £3,000

Continued pain, discomfort
up to £6,500

Knee Injury
Limitation of movement, instability or deformity 38,000 to 52,500

Dislocation, torn cartilage and causing weakness or other mild disability 8,000 to 14,750

Twisting, bruising to the knee up to 7,500

Ankle Injuries
Strains, sprains, good recovery £3,000

Fractures, ligament damage, moderate disability £14,000

Severe injuries, permanent £25,000