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How much is the average Personal Injury payout? 

At MG Legal, our personal injury solicitors are asked this question, on a daily basis. ‘How much is my personal injury claim worth?’, ‘What’s my claim worth?’, or ‘How much is the average personal injury settlement?’. 
Sometimes, our personal injury solicitors can answer the ‘how much’ question, immediately. For example, if Mr Smith has been injured in a road traffic accident, and 12 months after his traffic accident, he decides to pursue a personal injury claim, and he says, ‘my neck and back were sore for 10 months, but I am feeling alright now’, then, our personal injury solicitors would have the knowledge to give an estimate of the compensation that Mr Smith would receive for the injury itself. How? Well, Mr Smith has told us the areas of his injury, and how long his injuries lasted. Using this information, and the Judicial Studies Board Guidelines for personal injury compensation, our local personal injury solicitors would be capable of giving Mr Smith a rather accurate figure for the sum he would receive in personal injury compensation, if he were to pursue his No Win No Fee basis with our personal injury solicitors.  
If you are wondering how much you could be entitled to based on the nature and severity of your injury, then read on to see estimations for the amounts rewarded for different injuries.  

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How much is my head injury worth? 

Head and brain injuries can lead to some of the highest amounts of financial compensation in personal injury law, due to the seriousness of the injuries and the impact that they can have on people's lives.  
Estimated compensation:  
Very Severe Brain Damage- where there is little or no ability to perform even basic functions such as opening the eyes and understanding speech 
£264,650 to £379,100 
Moderately Severe Brain Damage- where there is severe disability requiring continuous professional care 
£205,580 to £264,650 
Moderate Brain Damage – where there is some degree of dependence on care. Higher awards will be for cases where sight, speech and senses are affected severely, lower awards will be for cases where there is some ability to work and the need for care is small 
£36,740 to £205,580 
Less Severe Brain Damage – where there is an ability to return to some normal social activities but some issues remain, such as memory function, poor concentration and mood inhibition 
£14,380 to £40,410 
Minor Brain or Head Injury – where brain damage is minimal or non-existent, symptoms may include headaches and the lowest end of the bracket will reflect injuries lasting only a few weeks 
£2,070 to £11,980 
Epilepsy – where an injury leads to epilepsy and Grand Mal seizures are a regular occurrence 
£95,710 to £140,870 
Epilepsy – where an injury leads to Petit Mal seizures and the degree to which medication successfully controls seizures 
£51,460 to £123,340 
Other epileptic conditions- where attacks are limited in frequency and of short duration 
£9,990 to £24,680 

How much is my neck injury worth? 

Our specialist personal injury solicitors have settled hundreds of neck injuries in their thirty years of practise. Many of these injuries are serious, and they often occur in conjunction with back injuries as a result of road traffic accidents.  
Estimated compensation: 
Sever neck injury- with incomplete paraplegia or resulting in permanent spastic quadriparesis  
In the region of £139,210 
Severe neck injury- usually involving serious fractures or damage to discs in the cervical spine 
£61,710 to £122,860 
Sever neck injury- causing fractures or dislocations or severe damage to soft tissue 
£42,680 to £52,540 
Moderate neck injury- standard fractures or dislocations as well as chronic conditions  
£23,460 to £36,120 
Moderate neck injury- soft tissue or wrenching-type injuries 
£12,900 to £23,460 
Moderate neck injury- injuries which have accelerated or exacerbated a pre-existing condition 
£7,410 to £12,900 
Minor neck injuries- where full recovery takes place within one to two years  
£4,080 to £7,410 
Minor neck injuries- where a full recovery takes place between three months and one year 
£2,300 to £4,080 
Minor neck injuries- where a full recovery is made within three months 
Up to £2,300 
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