Personal injury compensation amounts

Personal injury compensation awards vary greatly as no two accidents or injuries are the same. Although there is a wide variation in the level of compensation paid for each injury, we can give you an approximate idea of the amounts that are typically awarded.

These figures are for general damages only i.e. for the pain and suffering you have experienced. Compensation for other financial losses, such as future losses and interest, may be paid in addition. See claiming compensation for more information.

To see amounts rollover the figure below.

 
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Contact us with details of your accident and we will advise if you have a valid claim for compensation
 
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Our legal team will put a case together to support your compensation claim and arrange for you to see an independent medical expert
 
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We will ensure you receive the best possible treatment,and support to help you recover from your injuries
 
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We will obtain the best possible compensation, if necessary, fighting your case in Court
 
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You will receive your compensation cheque without any deductions (if we can't recover our fees from theother party's insurance company, you will be protected from paying
these costs)
 
 
 
 
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