Personal Injury Claims
DAMAGE TO HAIR Min Max
Damage to hair £2,150 £6,000
HEAD INJURIES Min Max
Brain Damage
Very Severe Brain Damage £155,000 £220,000
Moderately Severe Brain Damage £120,000 £155,000
Moderate Brain Damage £23,500 £120,000
Minor Brain Damage £8,500 £23,500
Minor Head Damage £1,250 £7,000
HEAD INJURIES Min Max
Deafness
Total Deafness and Loss of Speech £60,000 £77,000
Total Deafness £50,000 £60,000
Total Loss of Hearing in one Ear £17,500 £25,000
Partial Hearing Loss/Tinnitus
Severe £16,000 £25,000
Moderate £8,000 £16,000
Mild with some hearing loss £6,750 £8,000
Slight of occasional tinnitus with slight hearing loss £4,000 £6,750
HEAD INJURIES Min Max
Injuries Affecting the Senses
Injuries Affecting Sight
Total blindness and deafness £220,000
Total blindness £147,500
Loss of sight in one eye with reduced vision in the remaining eye £35,000 £98,000
Total loss of one eye £27,000 £30,000
Serious but incomplete loss of vision in one eye £13,000 £21,000
FACIAL INJURIES Min Max
Skeletal Injuries
Le Fort Fractures of Frontal Facial Bones £13,500 £20,000
Total loss of smell and significant loss of taste £18,000 £21,500
Loss of smell £13,500 £18,000
Loss of taste £10,500 £13,500
HEAD INJURIES Min Max
Impairment of Taste and Smell
Total loss of taste and smell £21,500
Multiple Fractures of Facial Bones £8,000 £13,250
Fractures of Nose or Nasal Complex £1,000 £12,750
Fractures of Cheekbones £1,350 £8,750
Fractures of Jaws £3,500 £25,000
Damage to Teeth £600 £6,250
Facial Disfigurement
Females - Scarring £1,000 £53,000
Males - Scarring £1,000 £36,000
NECK INJURIES Min Max
(whiplash)
Severe £12,500 £82,000
Moderate £4,250 £13,750
Minor £750 £4,250
SHOULDER INJURIES Min Max
Severe £10,500 £26,500
Serious £6,750 £10,500
Moderate £4,250 £7,000
Minor £4,500
Fractures of Clavicle £2,750 6,500
HAND INJURIES Min Max
From loss of both hands to amputation of finger(s) £34,000 £110,000
Serious hand £8,000 £34,000
Moderate £3,500 £7,250
Minor £500 £2,500
Injuries to finger(s) £13,500
Vibration White Finger and/or Hand-Arm Vibration Syndrome
Serious £9,250 £21,000
Moderate £4,750 £9,250
Minor £1,500 £4,750
Work Related Upper Limb Disorders £1,250 £12,500
AMPUTATION OF ARMS Min Max
Both Arms £132,500 £165,000
One Arm £52,500 £75,000
Other Arm Injuries £3,500 £71,500
Injuries to the Elbow £30,000
Wrist Injuries £33,000
CHEST INJURIES Min Max
Fractured ribs £2,200 £7,000
Severe £34,000 £54,000
Moderate £52,000 £94,000
Minor £61,000 £92,000
Wrist Injuries £33,000
BACK INJURIES Min Max
Severe £21,500 £93,000
Moderate £6,750 £21,500
Minor £7,500
SCARRING OF OTHER PARTS Min Max
OF THE BODY £1,300 £7,500
INJURIES TO THE PELVIS AND HIPS Min Max
Severe £21,500 £71,500
Moderate £14,750 £21,500
Injuries of Limited Severity £6,750 £14,750
Lesser Injuries £7,000
KNEE INJURIES Min Max
Severe £14,750 £52,500
Moderate £14,750
ANKLE INJURIES Min Max
Severe £17,500 £38,000
Moderate £14,750
TOE INJURIES Min Max
Amputation of all toes £20,000 £31,000
Amputation of the great toes £17,500
Severe Toe Injuries £5,250 £10,500
Moderate £5,250
FOOT INJURIES Min Max
Amputation of both feet £93,000 £110,000
Amputation of one foot £46,000 £60,000
Severe Injuries £13,750 £60,000
Moderate £7,500 £13,750
Modest £7,500
LEG INJURIES Min Max
Amputations £50,000 £155,000
Severe Leg Injuries £15,250 £74,000
Less Serious Leg Injuries £15,250

The figures above are taken from JSB 9th edition and are guidance amounts of general damages only. Your exact general damages will depend upon the extend of your injuries and time taken to recover. Your special damages will be assess separately and will be added to your compensation where applicable. Our legal team will access you claim and advise you on compensation levels for all your damages (special and general).

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