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How Much Is My Claim Worth?

Estimated claim worth

Compensation is awarded for your symptoms rather than the type of injury suffered. The more serious your injury symptoms, the more compensation you can be awarded. As the seriousness of every accident and injury is different, we can only provide you with an estimate for your injury claim. This estimate is based on the JSB guidelines and is used by all personal injury solicitors in England.

Until your injuries have been assessed by an independent medical expert, it is difficult for your solicitor to give you an accurate value of how much your injury claim is worth.

You can find out how much compensation you can claim for your injury below.

Frequently asked questions

  1. How much can I claim for an abdominal injury?
  2. How much can I claim for an ankle injury?
  3. How much can I claim for an arm injury?
  4. How much can I claim for a back injury?
  5. How much can I claim for a chest injury?
  6. How much can I claim for suffering chronic pain?
  7. How much can I claim for an ear injury?
  8. How much can I claim for an elbow injury?
  9. How much can I claim for an eye injury?
  10. How much can I claim for a face injury?
  11. How much can I claim for a foot injury?
  12. How much can I claim for a hand injury?
  13. How much can I claim for a head injury?
  14. How much can I claim for a hip injury?
  15. How much can I claim for a knee injury?
  16. How much can I claim for a leg injury?
  17. How much can I claim for suffering mental illness?
  18. How much can I claim for a mouth injury?
  19. How much can I claim for a neck injury?
  20. How much can I claim for a nose injury?
  21. How much can I claim for a reproductive organ injury?
  22. How much can I claim for a shoulder injury?
  23. How much can I claim for skin damage?
  24. How much can I claim for a wrist injury?

1. How much can I claim for an abdominal injury?

You can claim up to £140,000 for suffering an abdominal injury in an accident.

Your liver, stomach, spleen, kidneys, intestines and bladder are part of your abdominal region. For a more precise breakdown of abdominal injury compensation, you can find more information on Abdominal Injury Claim Worth.

2. How much can I claim for an ankle injury?

You can claim up to £53,000 for suffering an ankle injury in an accident.

Ankle injuries you can claim for include sprained ankles, dislocated ankles, broken ankles and more. For a more precise breakdown of ankle injury compensation, you can find more information on Ankle Injury Claim Worth.

3. How much can I claim for an arm injury?

You can claim up to £250,000 for suffering an arm injury in an accident.

You can claim for injury to your hands, wrists, elbows, forearms and upper arms. For a more precise breakdown of arm injury compensation, you can find more information on Arm Injury Claim Worth.

4. How much can I claim for a back injury?

You can claim up to £122,300 for suffering a back injury in an accident.

Back strains, fractures and dislocations are some of the more common back injuries you can claim for. For a more precise breakdown of back injury compensation, you can find more information on Back Injury Claim Worth.

5. How much can I claim for a chest injury?

You can claim up to £114,100 for suffering a chest, lung or heart injury in an accident.

You can claim for rib fractures, heart injuries and lung injuries. You can claim for industrial diseases such as mesothelioma, a lung cancer caused by inhaling asbestos at work. For a more precise breakdown of chest injury compensation, you can find more information on Chest Injury Claim Worth.

6. How much can I claim for suffering chronic pain?

You can claim up to £63,800 for suffering from chronic pain caused by an accident.

Chronic pain includes fibromyalgia, M.E., chronic pain syndrome and more. For a more precise breakdown of chronic pain compensation, you can find more information on Chronic Pain Claim Worth.

7. How much can I claim for an ear injury?

You can claim up to £83,300 for suffering an ear injury in an accident.

You can claim for ear injuries and hearing loss injuries such as industrial deafness. For a more precise breakdown of ear injury compensation, you can find more information on Ear Injury Claim Worth.

8. How much can I claim for an elbow injury?

You can claim up to £41,600 for suffering an elbow injury in an accident.

You can claim compensation for elbow injuries such as tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow, fractured elbow and dislocated elbow. For a more precise breakdown of elbow injury compensation, you can find more information on Elbow Injury Claim Worth.

9. How much can I claim for an eye injury?

You can claim up to £204,200 for suffering an eye injury in an accident.

Injury to the eyes can cause eye pain and temporary or permanent loss of sight. For a more precise breakdown of eye injury compensation, you can find more information on Eye Injury Claim Worth.

10. How much can I claim for a face injury?

You can claim up to £74,000 for suffering a face injury in an accident.

Facial injuries include fractures to the skull, cheekbone, jaw and more. For a more precise breakdown of face injury compensation, you can find more information on Face Injury Claim Worth.

11. How much can I claim for a foot injury?

You can claim up to £153,200 for suffering a foot injury in an accident.

Foot injuries include damage to your heel and toes. For a more precise breakdown of foot injury compensation, you can find more information on Foot Injury Claim Worth.

12. How much can I claim for a hand injury?

You can claim up to £153,200 for suffering a hand injury in an accident.

You can claim for hand injuries, thumb injuries and finger injuries including vibration white finger. For a more precise breakdown of hand injury compensation, you can find more information on Hand Injury Claim Worth.

13. How much can I claim for a head injury?

You can claim up to £307,000 for suffering a head or brain injury in an accident.

Head injuries include concussions, skull fractures, epilepsy and brain damage. For a more precise breakdown of head injury compensation, you can find more information on Head Injury Claim Worth.

14. How much can I claim for a hip injury?

You can claim up to £99,500 for suffering a hip injury in an accident.

Soft tissue injury, fractures and dislocations are common hip injuries. For a more precise breakdown of hip injury compensation, you can find more information on Hip Injury Claim Worth.

15. How much can I claim for a knee injury?

You can claim up to £73,100 for suffering a knee injury in an accident.

Twisting your knee, dislocating your knee and knee fractures are the most common knee injuries. For a more precise breakdown of knee injury compensation, you can find more information on Knee Injury Claim Worth.

16. How much can I claim for a leg injury?

You can claim up to £214,300 for suffering a leg injury in an accident.

You can claim for injury to your thighs, knees, lower legs, ankles, foot and more. For a more precise breakdown of leg injury compensation, you can find more information on Leg Injury Claim Worth.

17. How much can I claim for suffering mental illness?

You can claim up to £88,000 for suffering from mental illness caused by an accident.

Psychiatric injuries and psychological damage are other terms used for mental illness. Examples include PTSD, anxiety, depression and more. For a more precise breakdown of mental illness compensation, you can find more information on Mental Illness Claim Worth.

18. How much can I claim for a mouth injury?

You can claim up to £29,000 for suffering a mouth injury in an accident.

Fall accidents, work accidents and dental negligence can cause damage to your mouth and teeth. For a more precise breakdown of mouth injury compensation, you can find more information on Mouth Injury Claim Worth.

19. How much can I claim for a neck injury?

You can claim up to £307,000 for suffering a neck injury in an accident.

The most common neck injury claim is for whiplash, but you can also claim for neck dislocations, fractures, brachial plexus injury and more. For a more precise breakdown of neck injury compensation, you can find more information on Neck Injury Claim Worth.

20. How much can I claim for a nose injury?

You can claim up to £17,500 for suffering a nose injury in an accident.

Suffering a broken nose is the most common nose injury claim we deal with. For a more precise breakdown of nose injury compensation, you can find more information on Nose Injury Claim Worth.

21. How much can I claim for a reproductive organ injury?

You can claim up to £128,700 for suffering a reproductive organ injury in an accident.

Reproductive organ injury can cause infertility, sterility and impotence. For a more precise breakdown of reproductive organ injury compensation, you can find more information on Reproductive Organ Injury Claim Worth.

22. How much can I claim for a shoulder injury?

You can claim up to £36,500 for suffering a shoulder injury in an accident.

Apart from the usual shoulder injuries like dislocations and fractures, you can also claim for work-related injuries such as rotator cuff injury and frozen shoulder. For a more precise breakdown of shoulder injury compensation, you can find more information on Shoulder Injury Claim Worth.

23. How much can I claim for skin injury?

You can claim up to £79,700 for suffering damage to your skin in an accident.

Skin injuries include dermatitis and scarring from lacerations and burns. For a more precise breakdown of skin injury compensation, you can find more information on Skin Injury Claim Worth.

24. How much can I claim for a wrist injury?

You can claim up to £45,500 for suffering a wrist injury in an accident.

Wrist injuries include sprains, dislocations, fractures and more. For a more precise breakdown of wrist injury compensation, you can find more information on Wrist Injury Claim Worth.


This is a disclaimer to say we do not accept liability for any inaccurate or out-of-date information contained on this website at any given time. Whilst we do make every effort to keep the information accurate and up-to-date, you should only treat this information as a guideline. For more information relevant to your claim, you should speak directly to your solicitor.

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