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How Much Compensation Will I Receive For My Injury?

If you have been injured due to another party being at fault, the chances are you are eligible to claim personal injury compensation. The amount of money you receive as the result of a successful accident claim will vary on the type and severity of your injuries. No matter how small however, if another party is shown to be at fault, you should be able to win a personal injury claim.

Compensation Calculator

If you want to get an idea of how much you could be entitled to, take a look at our compensation calculator. It will give you a guide on how much personal accident compensation you can claim. The calculator can be found on the left hand side menu.

Personal Injury lawyers

Our personal injury lawyers are experts in the field of accident compensation claims. They will assess your case and if they feel there is good chances of success take your case on a no win no fee basis.

No win no fee

No win no fee means that should the personal accident claim be lost, there is no cost to you. If the case is successful, due to new legislation, we now retrieve our costs from your compensation, up to a maximum of 25%. As a result of these new laws compensation levels have been increased across the board to make up for some of this new payment structure.


There are all types of accidents and they can happen anywhere, from the supermarket, to driving, to having an accident at work. If you have suffered injury, you should not feel guilty about claiming for accident compensation if it was the result of another's negligence. Complete the form or contact us by phone, and one of our accident injury solicitors will assess your case.

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