Severe £36,000 to £76,000
Moderately severe £12,500 to £36,000
Moderate £3,875 to £12,500
Minor £1,000 to £3,875
Post-traumatic stress disorder – severe £40,000 to £66,000
Post-traumatic stress disorder – moderately severe £15,250 to £40,000
Post-traumatic stress disorder – moderate £5,400 to £15,250
Post-traumatic stress disorder – minor £2,600 to £5,400
Chronic pain syndrome – severe £27,500 to £42,000
Chronic pain syndrome – moderate £7,000 to £21,600
Fibromyalgia £22,350 to £42,000
Chronic fatigue syndrome In the region of £32,750
Reflex sympathetic dystrophy (also called complex regional pain syndrome) – severe £33,400 to £66,000
Reflex sympathetic dystrophy – moderate £16,700 to £25,250
Somatoform disorder In the region of £30,000
INJURIES AFFECTING THE SENSES
Total blindness and deafness In the region of £265,000
Total blindness In the region of £175,000
Loss of sight in one eye with reduced vision in the remaining eye (where there is serious risk of further deterioration in the remaining eye)
£63,000 to £118,000
Loss of sight in one eye with reduced vision in the remaining eye (and/or additional problems such as double vision) £42,000 to £69,500
Total loss of one eye £36,000 to £43,000
Complete loss of sight in one eye £32,250 to £36,000
Serious but incomplete loss of vision in one eye £15,000 to £25,750
Minor but permanent impairment of vision in one eye £8,250 to £13,750
Minor eye injuries £2,600 to £5,750
Transient eye injuries £1,450 to £2,600
Total deafness and loss of speech £72,000 to £92,000
Total deafness £59,500 to £72,000
Total loss of hearing in one ear £20,500 to £30,000
Severe tinnitus / hearing loss £19,500 to £30,000
Moderate tinnitus / hearing loss £9,750 to £19,500
Mild tinnitus with some hearing loss £8,250 to £9,570
Slight or occasional tinnitus with slight hearing loss £4,850 to £8,250
Total loss of taste and smell In the region of £25,750
Total loss of smell and significant loss of taste £21,600 to £25,750
Loss of smell £16,400 to £21,600
Loss of taste £12,600 to £16,400
Make A Compensation Claim
In a world where an accident can occur in any place at any given moment, you can be sure that we have seen many types of accident as well as many types of injury that people have suffered.
In situations where people have suffered an accident that wasn’t their fault, they are completely entitled to make a compensation claim. In the same way that there are many different types of injury sustained through accidents; there are also many different types of compensation claim that can be made.
In most common cases, victims make a compensation claim based on injuries sustained due to negligence on the part of the responsible party of an establishment; or those responsible for situation that the accident occurred in.
The responsible party is another aspect of a claim that is extremely broad. This could be an employer, a restaurant or business owner, a council, a driver or other road user; or even a medical professional. Each type of responsible party requires a succinct type of understanding of the law to allow you to make a successful compensation claim.
When you win your case, the compensation is awarded as a recompense for your pain, suffering and the inability to lead your life in the manner in which you did before you was affected by the accident.
To be awarded the compensation that you deserve a medical assessment based on evidence (in many cases a specialist report of the injuries sustained) is required. The amount of compensation received takes into account how injuries or ongoing illnesses you have sustained as a result of the responsible party’s negligence has affected you now and how it might affect you in the future.
When you make a compensation claim, the awarded compensation is also designed as a measure to help you regain any financial losses you have sustained as a result of an accident. Your compensation is designed as a boost to help get you back in the financial well being that you were accustomed to before and have fell from as a result of the accident.
Your compensation is designed to help you live your life as if the accident never happened. As an evidence measure to aid your claim, it is vital that you keep any receipts or invoices associated with any expenses that you have had to pay as a result of the accident; for example the costs of any prescriptions, treatments or any travelling involved to and from hospitals or medical centres.
The compensation you are awarded when you make a compensation claim is also awarded to help cover any loss of finances since the accident as well any future loss of earnings. In more serious cases whereby permanent bodily harm is inflicted as a result of an accident, your personal injury compensation will extend to cover the cost of any property or vehicle alterations that you may require; as well as any on-going care costs, included those provided to you by family members.
In very rare and extremely unfortunate occurances an accident can involve the fatality of a person or someone close to them. In this situation a Personal Injury Lawyer will make a compensation claim that will cover the cost of any funeral arrangements or expenses associated with the ceremony. The compensation received from a fatality case will also serve as sufficient compensation to help living relatives of the deceased, who were dependant on the victim financially and emotionally, to help cope in a comfortable financial state as well as to provide some emotional support.
If you have experienced an accident involving any of the above then you should make a compensation claim today. By clicking on the Clock image above, you will find a general guide to the different levels of compensation awarded as compensation for various types of personal injuries.
It must be noted that these are just guideline figures; every different compensation claim is governed by dynamics that are dependant on where and when the accident occurred and the party responsible for it. As well as this, also taken account is the individuals injury which the severity, and therefore the compensation awarded will be assessed on the medical evidence obtained.
At Claim Today, we understand that it can be an intimidating process for you to make a compensation claim. That is why we are here to guide you through the process. We will explain everything to you in jargon-free terms, so that you understand exactly where you stand and where your case is going; including the compensation you are likely to receive when you win.
We believe that it is our duty to help you gain the compensation that you deserve as a result of your accident, not for us to make a profit from it, so we operate with complete transparency. We will implement our specialist knowledge in the field that you make your compensation claim and use our knowledge and experience to ensure that you benefit as much as is possible from being the victim of an accident.
So, what are you waiting for? If you have been the victim of an accident that wasn’t your fault then why not make a compensation claim today. All it takes is for us to call you. Just fill in your contact details at in the form at the top right of this page and one of our friendly specialist staff will get back to you quickly and discuss how you can receive the compensation you deserve.
What’s more, because our focus is to help you gain the compensation and get back on the good path after your accident, we operate on a no win, no fee basis. That means that we will take you from the first steps of making your claim and won’t take a penny from you when you are awarded your compensation.
So what are you waiting for? If you have suffered as a result of an accident that wasn’t your fault then don’t delay, make a compensation claim today.