Compensation Calculator / Hand Injury
Calculate your hand injury compensation
What are the most common types of hand injury?
If you have injured your hand in an accident as a result of someone else’s negligence, you may be entitled to receive personal injury compensation. Some of the most common hand injuries are included in our hand injury compensation calculator below:
- Broken or fractured bones
- Muscle or ligament damage
- Nerve damage
How much compensation am I likely to receive for my hand injury?
The level of compensation your claim is likely to be worth will be dependent upon medical assessment by a medical expert to decide the severity of the injury.
Our hand injury compensation calculator will provide you with a guide to how much personal injury compensation you may receive for your injury alone. In addition to claiming for injury, you may also be able to claim for financial loss sustained as a result of the accident.
Total or Effective Loss of Both Hands
£120,040 – £171,920
Serious Damage to Both Hands
£47,550 – £72, 150
Total or Effective Loss of One Hand
£82,040 – £93,540
Other Hand Injuries / Fractures / Amputation of fingers or thumb etc.
Vibration White Finger (VWF) and/or Hand-Arm Vibration Syndrome (HAVS)
£2,560 – £32,780
The figures are for hand injury only. Compensation for other losses like loss of earnings is claimed separately. The figures we have supplied are based on the latest version of the Judicial College general damages compensation guidelines.
NB: Figures are for guidance only. The first step in finding out more accurately how much you could claim is to speak with one of our personal injury specialists. You can contact our team either via one of the website forms or by calling us so that we can speak to you in confidence, and without obligation.
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