Compensation Amount Guide - Supermarket Accidents
This page gives you the potential your claim may be worth if you decide to claim compensation for an injury sustaned in a shop or supermarket.
Simple fractures with fast and complete recovery: £1,000 to £3,000.
Serious fractures with good recovery: £9,000 to £19,500.
Simple fracture, minor surgery: £2,000 to £7,500.
Minor injuries resulting in some pain and interference with vision: £2,000 to £4,000.
Moderate or minor injury such as simple fractures or tennis elbow where there is no permanent damage or impairment of function of the joint: up to £6,000.
Minor: £1,000 to £6,000.
Minor injuries involving no brain damage up to: £7,000.
Amputation of little finger: £4000 to £5850.
Loss of part of little finger where tip is sensitive: £2000 to £2750.
£1,000 to £15,000
Simple fracture, some immobilisation, full recovery: £3,000 - £8,500.
Simple fracture of tibia or fibula up to: £5,000.
Simple undisplaced with full recovery: £750 to £3,000.
Injury Minor injury such as soft tissue damage causing considerable pain but recovery almost complete within one year: £2,000 to £3,750.
Loss of one front tooth: £1,000 - £5,000.
Loss of two front teeth: £2,000 - £7,500.
Minor injury such as an uncomplicated fracture with full recovery: £1,000 to £3,500.