Personal Injury Claims Scotland – How Much Compensation Are You Entitled to?
A personal injury solicitor will have an easier time providing an accurate or at least a reasonable estimate of the amount of compensation you’re entitled to if you have already recovered fully from the injury or injuries you have suffered. Seeking the opinion of a medical expert can, however, help determine what you are due even if you are still undergoing treatment.
When computing the compensation you can claim, various factors have to be taken into account. These include but are not limited to the nature and severity of your injuries as well as the financial or quantifiable losses (e.g. loss of earnings) and the cost of lost or damaged property due to your injuries. In other words this is just a rough guide.
|Accident Type||Estimated Compensation|
|Head Injuries ( including Brain Damage)||From £700 to £250,000+|
|Shoulder Injuries||From £3,000 to £28,00|
|Nose Injuries||From £700 to £14,000+|
|Jaw Injuries||From £3,000 to £40,000+|
|Neck Injuries ( including whiplash)||From £700 to £80,000+|
|Facial Injuries ( including teeth)||From £1,000 to £21,000+|
|Shoulder Injuries||From £3,000 to £30,000+|
|Back Injuries||From £4,500 to £1000+|
|Arm Injuries||From £3,500 to £175,000+|
|Hands and Finger Injuries||From £1,250 to £117,000+|
|Wrist Injuries||From £2,000 and £35,000+|
|Hip and Pelvis Injuries||From £1,500 to £250,000+|
|Leg Injuries||From £2,175 to £75,500+|
|Ankle Injuries||From £8,000 to £40,000+|
|Foot Injuries||From £8,150 to £116,000+|
|Toe Injuries||From £5,500 to £32,000+|