There are a large number of factors that go into calculating the amount of compensation a person may receive after a car accident where the injured party was not at fault. We recommend you speak to our specialist car accident claim division to discuss the specifics of your case to get the most accurate figure.
How Are Car Accident Claims Calculated?
The total amount of compensation a person may receive is calculated by combining two figures. First, general damages is calculated based on guidance from the Judicial Board Guidelines. These guidelines relate to your specific injury. The other figure is known as special damages, which is the total of all out of pocket expenses you may incur.
Calculate how much you could claim
Amounts shown are the recommended level of compensation for each type of injury covered by the Judicial Board Guidelines. As each claim is unique, the figures found reflect a close approximation of the level of compensation you may receive.
Making A Claim.
If you’d like to discuss making a claim, speak to one of our specialist road traffic accident claim solicitors today. Have a no-obligation chat with our team today and see if you’re able to claim compensation for your accident at work.