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Pelvic Area

Accidents happen; following an injury to the pelvic area these are the approximate levels of compensation you could expect…

Fracture dislocation of the pelvis involving both ischial and pubic rami and resulting in impotence; or traumatic myositis ossificans with formation of ectopic bone around the hip
£40,650 to £51,500

Significant injury to the pelvis or hip but any permanent disability is not major and any future risk not great.
£17,500 to £25,750

Injuries of Limited Severity
£8,250 to £17,500

Cases where despite significant injury there is little or no residual disability.
£2,600 to £8,250

Minor injuries with complete recovery.
Up to £2,600

Neck

Accidents happen; following an injury to the neck these are the approximate levels of compensation you could expect…

Neck injury associated with incomplete paraplegia or resulting in permanent spastic quadriparesis
In the region of £97,500

Injuries causing severe damage to soft tissues and/or ruptured tendons
In the region of £36,000

Cases involving whiplash or wrenching-type injury
£9,000 to £16,400

Injuries which may have exacerbated or accelerated some pre-existing unrelated condition
£5,150 to £9,000

Minor soft tissue and whiplash injuries and the like where symptoms are moderate and a full recovery takes place within about two years
£2,850 to £5,150

Minor soft tissue and whiplash injuries and the like where symptoms are moderate with a full recovery between a few weeks and a year.
£875 to £2,850

Upper Arm

Accidents happen; following an injury to the upper arms these are the approximate levels of compensation you could expect…

Loss of Both Arms
£158,000 to £197,000

Arm Amputated at the Shoulder
Not less than £90,000

Above-elbow Amputation
£72,000 to £86,000

Injuries which fall short of amputation but which are extremely serious and leave the injured person little better off than if the arm had been lost; for example, a serious brachial plexus injury
£63,000 to £86,000

Serious fractures of one or both forearms where there is significant permanent residual disability whether functional or cosmetic.
£25,750 to £39,300

While there will have been significant disabilities, a substantial degree of recovery will have taken place or will be expected.
£12,600 to £25,750

Torso

Accidents happen; following an injury to the torso these are the approximate levels of compensation you could expect…

Cases of the most severe injury which do not involve paralysis but where there may be very serious consequences not normally found in cases of back injury.

£66,000 to £111,000

Cases which have special features taking them outside any lower bracket applicable to orthopaedic injury to the back

In the region of £53,000

Many frequently encountered injuries to the back such as disturbance of ligaments and muscles giving rise to backache, soft tissue injuries resulting in exacerbation of an existing back condition or prolapsed discs necessitating laminectomy or resulting in repeated relapses. The precise figure depends upon the severity of the originalinjury and/or whether there is some permanent or chronic disability.

£8,000 to £17,750

Strains, sprains, disc prolapses and soft tissue injuries from which a full recovery or recovery to ‘nuisance’ level has been made without surgery within about five years;

£5,150 to £8,250

Strains, sprains, disc prolapses and soft tissue injuries from which a full recovery or recovery to ‘nuisance’ level has been made without surgery within two years;

Up to £5,150

Shoulder Injuries Often associated with neck injuries and involving damage to the brachial plexus

£12,600 to £31,500

Dislocation of the shoulder and damage to the lower part of the brachial plexus causing pain in shoulder and neck, aching in elbow, sensory symptoms in the forearm and hand, and weakness of grip or a fractured humerus leading to restricted shoulder movement.

£8,400 to £12,600

Frozen shoulder with limitation of movement and discomfort with symptoms persisting for about two years

£5,150 to £8,400

Soft tissue injury to shoulder with considerable pain but almost complete recovery

£63,000 to £72,000

Lower Arm

Accidents happen; following an injury to the arms these are the approximate levels of compensation you could expect…

Below-elbow Amputation

£63,000 to £72,000

Simple Fractures of the Forearm

£4,350 to £12,600

Injuries to the Elbow – A Severely Disabling Injury

£25,750 to £36,000

Injuries to the Elbow – Less Severe Injuries

£10,300 to £21,000

Injuries to the Elbow – Moderate or Minor Injury

Up to £8,250

Hands

Accidents happen; following an injury to the hands these are the approximate levels of compensation you could expect…

Wrist Injuries – Injuries resulting in complete loss of function in the wrist, for example, where an arthrodesis has been performed.

£31,300 to £39,300

Injury resulting in significant permanent disability, but where some useful movement remains.

£16,100 to £25,750

Less severe injuries where these still result in some permanent disability as, for example, a degree of persisting pain and stiffness.

£8,250 to £16,100

Very minor undisplaced or minimally displaced fractures and soft tissue injuries necessitating application of plaster or bandage for a matter of weeks and a full or virtual recovery within a matter of months.

£2,300 to £3,125

Total or Effective Loss of Both Hands

£92,000 to £132,000

Serious Damage to Both Hands

£36,000 to £55,500

Total or Effective Loss of One Hand

£63,000 to £72,000

Amputation of Index and Middle and/or Ring Fingers

£40,650 to £59,500

Upper Legs

Accidents happen; following an injury to the upper legs these are the approximate levels of compensation you could expect…

Total Loss of Both Legs

£158,000 to £185,000

Above-knee Amputation of One Leg

£63,000 to £92,000

The Most Serious Injuries short of Amputation

£63,000 to £89,000

Very Serious

£36,000 to £55,500

Lower Legs

Accidents happen; following an injury to the lower legs these are the approximate levels of compensation you could expect…

Below-knee Amputation of Both Legs

£132,000 to £177,500

Below-knee Amputation of One Leg

£60,000 to £86,000

Serious knee injury

£45,750 to £63,000

Leg fracture extending into the knee joint causing pain

£34,250 to £45,750

Injuries involving dislocation

£9,750 to £17,500

Feet

Accidents happen; following an injury to the feet these are the approximate levels of compensation you could expect…

Below-knee Amputation of Both Legs

£132,000 to £177,500

Below-knee Amputation of One Leg

£60,000 to £86,000

Serious knee injury

£45,750 to £63,000

Leg fracture extending into the knee joint causing pain

£34,250 to £45,750

Injuries involving dislocation

£9,750 to £17,500

Head

Accidents happen; following an injury to the head these are the approximate levels of compensation you could expect…

Total Blindness and Deafness

In the region of £265,000

Total Blindness

In the region of £175,000

Total Deafness and Loss of Speech

£72,000 to £92,000

Total Deafness

£59,500 to £72,000

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

Very Severe Brain Damage

185,000 to 265,000

Moderately Severe Brain Injury

£144,000 to £185,000

Moderate Brain Damage

£7,000 to £17,250

Le Fort Fractures of Frontal Facial Bones

£15,500 to £24,100

Multiple Fractures of Facial Bones

£9,750 to £15,750