How do I calculate my personal injury claim?
Our compensation calculator and payout guide above can calculate the compensation you may be due. If you need help at any time, you are welcome to call us at no cost for help. You are also under no obligation. Some more frequently asked questions are below.
It can be complex, as pain and suffering is very tailored to each person. So, we’ve made the calculation as easy as possible using the steps in the compensation calculator which will give you a payout guide. What you enter for medical bills and more can help make up for some of the pain and suffering you may have faced.
The compensation payout received is relative to the impact an injury has on you. There is no one chart or payment that fits all injuries. However, we’ve pulled together some examples on an average payout on our How much compensation will I get for my injuries? page. As a quick example, the average compensation payment for some serious injuries was $352,396 during 2017.
You may also find our personal injury compensation case studies useful
How much you can get just for pain and suffering is actually quite complex if you think about it. It varies widely from person to person, injury to injury and pain levels.
The amount is based on numerous factors, your age, job, injury, and if the claim falls under the motor vehicle, workplace or public place accident legislation, the amount you can sue for pain and suffering will be capped.
Once we know a little more about your injury we can assess your claim and be closer to telling you a value.
Call us free on 1800 958 498 and we’ll be happy to help or feel free to try the calculator above for a rough guide to your personal circumstances.