Try our fast, accurate and easy to use compensation calculator to find how much compensation you could claim.
To assist you in estimating how much compensation you are likely to receive we have created this handy, interactive compensation calculator.
You can estimate the amount of compensation you could receive for the personal injury you have suffered, whilst working out any losses of earning and any other unexpected expenses you have experienced as a result of this.
To get started with our compensation calculator, select the area(s) of the body in which you have been injured. From here, you will be asked to select more specific injuries and the level of severity. Using this information, the calculator will provide you with an estimate of the scale of compensation that you could receive.
In order to tailor the estimate towards your specific claim, you also have the option to add in any loss of earnings and other expenses you have incurred as a result of the accident you have suffered from.
If you have any questions about making a personal injury claim or the amount of compensation that you are likely to receive, we are here to assist you. Call us on 0800 195 95 90 and talk to one of our specialist team, who will be able to answer any questions you may have.
Taken from 'Guidelines for the Assessment of General Damages in Personal Injury Cases', Thirteenth Edition (2015) by Judicial College. Each settlement will be valued according to the individual merits of each case. Please note that even the most severe cases brought before 1st April 2013 may settle for approximately 10% less than indicated in the calculator due to changes in legislation. This claims calculator is intended as a guide only. Your own Solicitor will be able to advise you of the settlement you could be entitled to and will be able to offer more tailored guidance through the settlement stages of your claim. Smith Jones do not currently accept claims that we believe will settle for under £1000 therefore in some injury types, the minimum figure has been replaced with £1000 where the guidelines may have quoted a lesser amount.