Pedestrian Accident Compensation
Pedestrian Accident Compensation Calculator. How much compensation could you receive?
Pedestrian Accident Compensation amounts can vary greatly. You will want to know how much you could be entitled to. Our helpful Pedestrian Accident Compensation Calculator will provide a useful guide as to the range of settlement values for a number of common injuries.
Once your immediate medical needs have been met, thoughts will understandably move on to rebalancing the injustices you have suffered.
We will ensure you receive the maximum possible settlement amount for your circumstances, along with a complete care package to meet your needs.
We can ensure specialist medical care and expertise is made available, providing the best chance of making the fullest recovery. Our established network of medical healthcare professionals, from leading consultants and physiotherapists to counsellors and rehabilitation specialists, to help with the road to recovery, even following the most serious Pedestrian Accidents.
Whilst only a guide, our Pedestrian Accident Compensation Calculator can offer a useful insight into the potential ‘general damages’ element of your accident compensation, which is awarded for your pain and suffering.
Pedestrian Accident Compensation Settlement Values.
These figures are an indication of the recommended settlement amounts of the injury alone without taking into consideration any other losses or damages caused by the incident which may increase the value of a pedestrian injury claim.
The true value of any compensation claim can only be made when full details of your Pedestrian Accident Compensation Claim are known.
Compensation for Neck Injuries (Soft Tissue) following a Pedestrian Accident
Serious ongoing problems with ongoing pain, or recurring pain, and surgery may be needed:
£12,000 - £22,000
Recovery taking longer than two years but with only moderate effects:
£7,000 - £12,000
Complete recovery after a couple of years:
£3,800 - £7,000
Soft tissue injury with no lasting issues beyond 1 year following the accident:
Up to £3,800
Compensation for Back Injuries (Soft Tissue) following a Pedestrian Accident
Serious ongoing problems with ongoing pain, or recurring pain. Surgery may be needed with the possibility of prolapsed discs:
£11,000 - £24,500
Where recovery takes more than two years, but the ongoing effects are moderate:
£6,900 - £11,000
Full recovery between one and two years:
£3,800 - £7,000
Soft tissue injury with full recovery up to a year following the accident:
Up to £3,800
Soft tissue injury with a full recovery within 3 months:
Up to £2,150
Compensation for Chest Injuries sustained in a Pedestrian Accident
Collapsed lungs with a full recovery:
£2,000 - £4,700
Fractures of ribs causing pain for a few weeks only:
Up to £3,500
Compensation for Arm Injuries following Injury to a Pedestrian
More serious injury with significant disability and without full recovery:
£17,000 - £34,000
Simple fracture of the forearm:
£5,800 - £17,000
Compensation for Leg Injuries following Injury to a Pedestrian
More serious fracture or serious soft tissue injury, without full recovery:
£16,000 - £24,500
Simple fracture or break of the femur:
£8,000 - £12,500
Hairline fracture or non-complex break of bones in the lower leg with complete recovery:
Up to £10,500
Compensation for Brain Injury following Serious Injury to a Pedestrian
Brain Damage - Very Serious:
£245,000 - £350,000
Brain Damage - Moderately Severe:
£190,000 - £245,000
Brain damage - Moderate:
£37,000 - £190,000
Mild head injury / Brain Damage - Minimal:
£1,900 - £11,000
£9,000 - £130,000
The figures displayed in our personal injury claim calculator tables and on subsequent pages throughout this website are provided as guidelines only for ‘general damages’ issued by the JCG (Judicial College Guidelines). Monetary figures should be understood as provisional guidelines only. (*New Regulations apply to Compensation Claim values for all car accidents after 01/06/21).
New Claims Team Leader