06 Nov Personal Injury Claim Compensation Guidelines eBook
We are delighted to launch our new Personal Injury Claims Compensation Guidelines for all our clients. Our new eBook will help you calculate your compensation claim and understand what goes into a personal injury claim calculation.
Our eBook has the latest estimation figures released by the Personal Injuries Assessment Board, and is broken down into the major categories of injury for you.
Understanding your Personal Injury
The Ferrys Personal Injuries Accident Solicitors eBook looks at the different factors which will effect your claim as well as the different compensation levels based on the area of injury and level of injury. Most injuries are assessed based on the severity of the injury, which range from minor to severe. Injuries are treated as minor where a full recovery is expected, with no lasting injury; whereas the most severe injuries are expected to cause major disruption to a claimant’s life with serious suffering or long-standing injury.
The major injury areas include head, neck, back & spinal, upper limb, lower limb, and, body and internal organs. These are all further broken down, such as for head injuries, where they can be classed as:
- head/skull injuries
- eye injuries
- injuries affecting hearing
- facial injuries
- damage to teeth
Calculating Your Personal Injury Claim
However, it most be noted that these compensation ranges only reflect claims for pain and suffering that are supported by appropriate medical evidence. All compensation ranges are based on information provided in the Book of Quantum by the Personal Injuries Assessment Board, published in 2016.
The Injuries Board (PIAB) is Ireland’s independent State body which assesses personal injuries compensation. PIAB assesses compensation in respect of personal injuries suffered by people in motor accidents, work place accidents and public liability accidents.
Download your Personal Injury Claims Compensation Guidelines eBook
For a specific look at your claim, please contact one of our personal injuries solicitors today.
You can Download your Compensation Guidelines eBook here, or follow the link below. If you would like to discuss your case in more detail, please contact one of our personal injury solicitors here at 1850 700 750 or email@example.com.