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What's Your Body Worth?

What's your body worth? If you've suffered an accident resulting in injury, you may be entitled to financial com- pensation. This diagram shows the maximum amount of money you could claim up to for damage to different parts of your body. Head and Facial Injuries Eye Injuries, Deafness & Taste Brain damage £200,000 £200,000 Total blindness and deafness Fractured nose £9,000 Fractured cheekbone £৪,000 Total blindness £135,000 Fractured jaw £23,000 Total deafness £55,000 Damaged teeth £5,250 Loss of sight in one eye £2,000 Loss of hearing in one ear £3,000 Chest and Back Injuries Traumatic injury to chest, £27,500 lungs and heart causing permanent damage Shoulder, Elbow and Arm Injuries Fractured rib £2000 Loss of both arms £150,000 Collapsed lung £2750 Loss of one arm £70,000 Disc prolapse £6750 Forearms fractures causing £30,000 permanent disability Severe disabling elbow injury £27,500 Asthma £33,000 Pelvis, Hip and Internal Organs Hand and Wrist Injuries £21,500 Total loss of bowel function £75,000 Loss of kidney Loss of both hands £100,000 Serious hand injury £31,500 Loss of spleen £15,250 Loss of index, middle and ring fingers Hernia £3,500 £45,000 £65,000 Severe fractures, dislocation, lack of bladder and bowel control. Loss of index finger £9,000 Loss of thumb £28,000 Male Reproductive System Leg, Knee and Ankle Injuries Total impotence £75,000 Amputation of both legs £140,000 Sterility £70,000 Amputation of one leg £40,000 Multiple or complicated fractures £20,000 Female Reproductive System Severe loss of knee function £47,500 Infertility with severe depression, pain and scarring £85,000 Minor ankle injury £6,750 Failed sterilisation £5,000 Foot and Toe Injuries Amputation of both feet £100,000 Amputation of one foot £55,000 Amputation of all toes £28,250 Amputation of big toe £15,000 Severe toe injuries £9,500 Information provided courtesy of personal injury claim specialists Neil Hudgell Ltd. neil hudgell solicitors seres atet yee What's your body worth? If you've suffered an accident resulting in injury, you may be entitled to financial com- pensation. This diagram shows the maximum amount of money you could claim up to for damage to different parts of your body. Head and Facial Injuries Eye Injuries, Deafness & Taste Brain damage £200,000 £200,000 Total blindness and deafness Fractured nose £9,000 Fractured cheekbone £৪,000 Total blindness £135,000 Fractured jaw £23,000 Total deafness £55,000 Damaged teeth £5,250 Loss of sight in one eye £2,000 Loss of hearing in one ear £3,000 Chest and Back Injuries Traumatic injury to chest, £27,500 lungs and heart causing permanent damage Shoulder, Elbow and Arm Injuries Fractured rib £2000 Loss of both arms £150,000 Collapsed lung £2750 Loss of one arm £70,000 Disc prolapse £6750 Forearms fractures causing £30,000 permanent disability Severe disabling elbow injury £27,500 Asthma £33,000 Pelvis, Hip and Internal Organs Hand and Wrist Injuries £21,500 Total loss of bowel function £75,000 Loss of kidney Loss of both hands £100,000 Serious hand injury £31,500 Loss of spleen £15,250 Loss of index, middle and ring fingers Hernia £3,500 £45,000 £65,000 Severe fractures, dislocation, lack of bladder and bowel control. Loss of index finger £9,000 Loss of thumb £28,000 Male Reproductive System Leg, Knee and Ankle Injuries Total impotence £75,000 Amputation of both legs £140,000 Sterility £70,000 Amputation of one leg £40,000 Multiple or complicated fractures £20,000 Female Reproductive System Severe loss of knee function £47,500 Infertility with severe depression, pain and scarring £85,000 Minor ankle injury £6,750 Failed sterilisation £5,000 Foot and Toe Injuries Amputation of both feet £100,000 Amputation of one foot £55,000 Amputation of all toes £28,250 Amputation of big toe £15,000 Severe toe injuries £9,500 Information provided courtesy of personal injury claim specialists Neil Hudgell Ltd. neil hudgell solicitors seres atet yee What's your body worth? If you've suffered an accident resulting in injury, you may be entitled to financial com- pensation. This diagram shows the maximum amount of money you could claim up to for damage to different parts of your body. Head and Facial Injuries Eye Injuries, Deafness & Taste Brain damage £200,000 £200,000 Total blindness and deafness Fractured nose £9,000 Fractured cheekbone £৪,000 Total blindness £135,000 Fractured jaw £23,000 Total deafness £55,000 Damaged teeth £5,250 Loss of sight in one eye £2,000 Loss of hearing in one ear £3,000 Chest and Back Injuries Traumatic injury to chest, £27,500 lungs and heart causing permanent damage Shoulder, Elbow and Arm Injuries Fractured rib £2000 Loss of both arms £150,000 Collapsed lung £2750 Loss of one arm £70,000 Disc prolapse £6750 Forearms fractures causing £30,000 permanent disability Severe disabling elbow injury £27,500 Asthma £33,000 Pelvis, Hip and Internal Organs Hand and Wrist Injuries £21,500 Total loss of bowel function £75,000 Loss of kidney Loss of both hands £100,000 Serious hand injury £31,500 Loss of spleen £15,250 Loss of index, middle and ring fingers Hernia £3,500 £45,000 £65,000 Severe fractures, dislocation, lack of bladder and bowel control. Loss of index finger £9,000 Loss of thumb £28,000 Male Reproductive System Leg, Knee and Ankle Injuries Total impotence £75,000 Amputation of both legs £140,000 Sterility £70,000 Amputation of one leg £40,000 Multiple or complicated fractures £20,000 Female Reproductive System Severe loss of knee function £47,500 Infertility with severe depression, pain and scarring £85,000 Minor ankle injury £6,750 Failed sterilisation £5,000 Foot and Toe Injuries Amputation of both feet £100,000 Amputation of one foot £55,000 Amputation of all toes £28,250 Amputation of big toe £15,000 Severe toe injuries £9,500 Information provided courtesy of personal injury claim specialists Neil Hudgell Ltd. neil hudgell solicitors seres atet yee What's your body worth? If you've suffered an accident resulting in injury, you may be entitled to financial com- pensation. This diagram shows the maximum amount of money you could claim up to for damage to different parts of your body. Head and Facial Injuries Eye Injuries, Deafness & Taste Brain damage £200,000 £200,000 Total blindness and deafness Fractured nose £9,000 Fractured cheekbone £৪,000 Total blindness £135,000 Fractured jaw £23,000 Total deafness £55,000 Damaged teeth £5,250 Loss of sight in one eye £2,000 Loss of hearing in one ear £3,000 Chest and Back Injuries Traumatic injury to chest, £27,500 lungs and heart causing permanent damage Shoulder, Elbow and Arm Injuries Fractured rib £2000 Loss of both arms £150,000 Collapsed lung £2750 Loss of one arm £70,000 Disc prolapse £6750 Forearms fractures causing £30,000 permanent disability Severe disabling elbow injury £27,500 Asthma £33,000 Pelvis, Hip and Internal Organs Hand and Wrist Injuries £21,500 Total loss of bowel function £75,000 Loss of kidney Loss of both hands £100,000 Serious hand injury £31,500 Loss of spleen £15,250 Loss of index, middle and ring fingers Hernia £3,500 £45,000 £65,000 Severe fractures, dislocation, lack of bladder and bowel control. Loss of index finger £9,000 Loss of thumb £28,000 Male Reproductive System Leg, Knee and Ankle Injuries Total impotence £75,000 Amputation of both legs £140,000 Sterility £70,000 Amputation of one leg £40,000 Multiple or complicated fractures £20,000 Female Reproductive System Severe loss of knee function £47,500 Infertility with severe depression, pain and scarring £85,000 Minor ankle injury £6,750 Failed sterilisation £5,000 Foot and Toe Injuries Amputation of both feet £100,000 Amputation of one foot £55,000 Amputation of all toes £28,250 Amputation of big toe £15,000 Severe toe injuries £9,500 Information provided courtesy of personal injury claim specialists Neil Hudgell Ltd. neil hudgell solicitors seres atet yee What's your body worth? If you've suffered an accident resulting in injury, you may be entitled to financial com- pensation. This diagram shows the maximum amount of money you could claim up to for damage to different parts of your body. Head and Facial Injuries Eye Injuries, Deafness & Taste Brain damage £200,000 £200,000 Total blindness and deafness Fractured nose £9,000 Fractured cheekbone £৪,000 Total blindness £135,000 Fractured jaw £23,000 Total deafness £55,000 Damaged teeth £5,250 Loss of sight in one eye £2,000 Loss of hearing in one ear £3,000 Chest and Back Injuries Traumatic injury to chest, £27,500 lungs and heart causing permanent damage Shoulder, Elbow and Arm Injuries Fractured rib £2000 Loss of both arms £150,000 Collapsed lung £2750 Loss of one arm £70,000 Disc prolapse £6750 Forearms fractures causing £30,000 permanent disability Severe disabling elbow injury £27,500 Asthma £33,000 Pelvis, Hip and Internal Organs Hand and Wrist Injuries £21,500 Total loss of bowel function £75,000 Loss of kidney Loss of both hands £100,000 Serious hand injury £31,500 Loss of spleen £15,250 Loss of index, middle and ring fingers Hernia £3,500 £45,000 £65,000 Severe fractures, dislocation, lack of bladder and bowel control. Loss of index finger £9,000 Loss of thumb £28,000 Male Reproductive System Leg, Knee and Ankle Injuries Total impotence £75,000 Amputation of both legs £140,000 Sterility £70,000 Amputation of one leg £40,000 Multiple or complicated fractures £20,000 Female Reproductive System Severe loss of knee function £47,500 Infertility with severe depression, pain and scarring £85,000 Minor ankle injury £6,750 Failed sterilisation £5,000 Foot and Toe Injuries Amputation of both feet £100,000 Amputation of one foot £55,000 Amputation of all toes £28,250 Amputation of big toe £15,000 Severe toe injuries £9,500 Information provided courtesy of personal injury claim specialists Neil Hudgell Ltd. neil hudgell solicitors seres atet yee What's your body worth? If you've suffered an accident resulting in injury, you may be entitled to financial com- pensation. This diagram shows the maximum amount of money you could claim up to for damage to different parts of your body. Head and Facial Injuries Eye Injuries, Deafness & Taste Brain damage £200,000 £200,000 Total blindness and deafness Fractured nose £9,000 Fractured cheekbone £৪,000 Total blindness £135,000 Fractured jaw £23,000 Total deafness £55,000 Damaged teeth £5,250 Loss of sight in one eye £2,000 Loss of hearing in one ear £3,000 Chest and Back Injuries Traumatic injury to chest, £27,500 lungs and heart causing permanent damage Shoulder, Elbow and Arm Injuries Fractured rib £2000 Loss of both arms £150,000 Collapsed lung £2750 Loss of one arm £70,000 Disc prolapse £6750 Forearms fractures causing £30,000 permanent disability Severe disabling elbow injury £27,500 Asthma £33,000 Pelvis, Hip and Internal Organs Hand and Wrist Injuries £21,500 Total loss of bowel function £75,000 Loss of kidney Loss of both hands £100,000 Serious hand injury £31,500 Loss of spleen £15,250 Loss of index, middle and ring fingers Hernia £3,500 £45,000 £65,000 Severe fractures, dislocation, lack of bladder and bowel control. Loss of index finger £9,000 Loss of thumb £28,000 Male Reproductive System Leg, Knee and Ankle Injuries Total impotence £75,000 Amputation of both legs £140,000 Sterility £70,000 Amputation of one leg £40,000 Multiple or complicated fractures £20,000 Female Reproductive System Severe loss of knee function £47,500 Infertility with severe depression, pain and scarring £85,000 Minor ankle injury £6,750 Failed sterilisation £5,000 Foot and Toe Injuries Amputation of both feet £100,000 Amputation of one foot £55,000 Amputation of all toes £28,250 Amputation of big toe £15,000 Severe toe injuries £9,500 Information provided courtesy of personal injury claim specialists Neil Hudgell Ltd. neil hudgell solicitors seres atet yee

What's Your Body Worth?

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