If you have suffered a pelvic injury or hip injury due to an accident caused by the actions or inaction of a third party, you may be entitled to claim compensation for those injuries with Holmes & Hills personal injury solicitors.
To get free initial advice and to find out whether you may be entitled to make a no win, no fee claim for compensation in relation to your hip injury or pelvic injury, contact us today. You will speak with a specialist personal injury solicitor.
|Injury severity||Effect on person||Estimated Compensation|
|Very severe||Severe fractures of the pelvis, injury to the back, damage to internal organs, recurring pain and lasting disability, possible sexual dysfunction and impotence||£51,500 – £86,000|
|Severe||Fractures of the pelvis affecting surrounding areas such as the hip requiring future surgery, possible impotence and sexual dysfunction||£40,650 – £51,500|
|Less severe||Fracture of the pelvis resulting in damage to hip possibly requiring future surgery||£25,750 – £34,500|
|Moderate||Serious injury to the pelvis or hip but with little permanent loss of function/disability||£17,500 – £25,750|
|Moderate||Injury to pelvis or hip possibly requiring surgery either now or in the future||£8,250 – £17,500|
|Minor||Injuries may be minor or more serious but a full recovery is made within a reasonable length of time||Up to £8,250|
The level of compensation awarded within each bracket will depend on:
At Holmes & Hills, we operate all accepted compensation claims relating to hip injuries or pelvic injuries on a no win, no fee basis.
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