Compensation Calculator / Shoulder Injury

Calculate your shoulder injury compensation

If you have had an accident that wasn’t your fault and suffered a shoulder injury then you may be entitled to make a personal injury compensation claim.

The lawyers at First Personal Injury are ready to help you. Call us on 0800 808 9740 for a no-obligation conversation about your injury or make an enquiry online.

Alternatively, use our compensation calculator below to find out how much you might be entitled to.

What are the most common shoulder injuries?

Shoulder injury claims can occur following any type of accident but most commonly occur as a result of:

  • Sports-related accidents
  • Work-related accidents
  • Slip, trip and fall accidents

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Shoulder injury

Potential compensation

  • Severe

    £16,380 – £40,970

  • Serious

    £10,890 – £16,380

  • Moderate

    £6,730 – £10,890

  • Minor

    £2,090 – £6,730

  • Fracture of Clavicle

    £4,390 – £10,440

How much compensation can I expect to receive?

The amount of compensation you may be entitled to receive will vary depending upon the type and severity of the injury. The amount of compensation will be decided by a number of factors, such as the outcome of your medical examination by a medical expert.

Our compensation calculator provides a guide to how much 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.

The figures we have supplied are based on the latest version of the Judicial College general damages compensation guidelines. Please note, the figures above are for injury only. Compensation for other losses such as loss of earnings are claimed separately.

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First Personal Injury has built up a reputation across the United Kingdom for its approach to accident and personal injury claims. Working with members of the public who have had personal injuries, we continually exceed our clients’ expectations.