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If you or a loved one have been injured as a Pedestrian following some form of an accident involving another road user due to an accident, the impact on the victim, their health, and well-being can range from minor injuries to very severe.
If you are looking for information on what level of compensation you may be entitled to, whether you've been injured while crossing the road as a Pedestrian or in an accident where a vehicle has mounted the pavement. Then use our helpful Pedestrian Accident Compensation Calculator will be of use.
Out of all road traffic accidents that take place each day in the UK, Pedestrians are the most vulnerable. When involved in a road traffic accident, especially one that involves being hit by a car, a pedestrian will receive the full force of the impact, which often results in severe and often life-changing injury.
Figures released by the 'Department of Transport reveal that in 2018, the number of pedestrians injured in road accidents topped 28,700+, of which 7,420 of these were killed or seriously injured (KSI’s) by road user types.
Almost a third of all pedestrian accidents in the UK comprises children and young people. Children can be unaware of the dangers surrounding them near schools or playgrounds and parks. If they have not learned to cross roads safely and fully appreciate the speed of moving vehicles then, the vulnerability of the child can be tragically exposed
Select an area of injury to learn about the levels of compensation that may be available.
Serious brain damage:
£337,000 - £235,790
Moderate brain damage:
£175,000 - £75,900
Minor head injury:
£75,900 - £12,820
> Hearing Loss Compensation
> Eye Injury Compensation
> Loss of Taste/Smell Compensation
£96,800 - £45,840
£45,840 - £4,900
Less severe travel anxiety
£4,900 - £1,290
Total blindness and deafness
Up to £337,700
Loss of sight in one eye
£45,840 - £41,200
Total loss of hearing in one ear
£38,060 - £26,180
Total loss of taste and smell
Up to £32,780
Severe neck injury
£124,030 - £46,810
Moderate neck injury
£46,810 - £11,500
Minor neck injury
£11,500 - £2,050
*New Fixed Tariff Settlements apply to RTA Soft-tissue Claims as of 1/6/21
Severe shoulder injury:
£41,050 - £16,060
Moderate shoulder injury
£16,060 - £6,600
Minor shoulder injury
£6,600 - £1,500
£10,000 - £4,000
Severe back injury
£134,590 - £58,300
Moderate back injury
£58,300 - £23,210
Minor back injury
£23,210 - £1,000
Total loss of both hands
£168,520 - £117,700
Amputation of index and middle or ring fingers
£75,900 - £51,760
Minor hand injuries
£3,630 - £1000
Severe leg injury
£235,790 - £43,890
Moderate leg injury
£48,390 - £10,530
Less serious leg injury
£10,530 - £3,300
Amputation of both feet
£168,520 - £141,630
Moderate foot injury
£70,210 – £11,050
Minor foot injury
£11,050 - £5,860
Loss of both arms
£250,800 - £201,300
Severe arm injury
£109,450 - £80,410
Severe elbow injury
£26,790 - £13,090
Contact an expert pedestrian injury claim solicitor to confirm your right to compensation.
We’ll just need a little more detail about what happened, so we can verify your claim and let you know your options.
Pedestrian Injury Compensation Claim Settlement values are provided as guidelines only and are taken from the Judicial College Guidelines surrounding general damages for pain and suffering.
More often than not it is difficult to estimate the final settlement of a Pedestrian accident compensation claim, at least at the very start of the claims process. Every case is different, and the final compensation value is largely proportional to the severity and scale of the injuries sustained.
In situations where extremely serious injuries have occurred, it may be prudent to allow time for medical professionals to assess the scale of physical, and, or psychological injury.
Where a serious and potentially life-changing injury is sustained, interim compensation payments can be arranged where liability is clear and without question. With all of this in mind, PSR Solicitors can assure you that we will be there to guide you and support you every step of the way. Our most immediate concern will be to ensure access is made to the very best medical expertise and treatments to help promote the best recovery possible
Compensation awarded will be dependent on the injuries sustained and the level of severity and circumstances involved. PSR Solicitors are specialist personal injury solicitors and have a successful track record in settling a diverse range of pedestrian accident compensation claims.
The guide below provides provisional 'general' damages compensation values as set out in the Judicial College Guidelines (JCG). General damages are meant to compensate for general pain & suffering caused by the injuries sustained by the pedestrian.
Soft tissue injury with no lasting issues beyond 1 year following the accident
up to £3,800
Complete Recovery after a couple of years:
£3,800 - £7,000
Recovery taking longer than two years but with only Moderate effects
effects are moderate:
£7,000 - £12,000
Serious on-going problems with ongoing pain, or recurring pain, and surgery may be needed:
£12,000 - £22,000
Soft tissue injury with a full recovery within 3 months:
up to £2,150
Soft tissue injury with full recovery up to a year following the accident:
Full recovery between one and two years:
Where recovery takes more than two years but the on-going effects are moderate:
£6,900 - £11,000
Serious on-going problems with ongoing pain, or recurring pain. Surgery may be needed with the possibility of prolapsed discs:
£11,000 - £24,500
Fractures of ribs causing pain for a few weeks only:
up to £3,500
Collapsed lungs with a full recovery:
£2,000 - £4,700
Simple fracture of the forearm:
£5,800 - £17,000
More serious injury with significant disability and without full recovery:
£17,000 - £34,000
Hairline fracture or non-complex break of bones in the lower leg with complete recovery:
up to £10,500
Simple fracture or break of the femur:
£8,000 - £12,500
More serious fracture or serious soft tissue injury, without full recovery:
£16,000 - £24,500
Very serious brain damage
£245,000 - £350,000
£190,000 - £245,000
£37,000 - £190,000
Mild head injury (minimal brain damage)
£1,900 - £11,000
£9,000 - £130,000
There are many different types of pedestrian accidents that occur on the UK’s roads, and every claim situation is almost unique in its own way. Examples of these are incidents where pedestrians are attempting to cross any type of road or a motorway. There can be accidents due to parking area imperfections and potholes, walkway obstructions, blind spots, or poor road maintenance.
Not all pedestrian accidents, consequently, are caused due to the driver. It could be that you need to pursue a claim against the council if the roads in the area you had your accident were poorly maintained.
There ever-increasing numbers of drivers on the roads with no insurance, with research from the Motor Insurers' Bureau (MIB) showing that over 1.7 million drivers are uninsured, which is an alarming statistic.
The MIB is a group that was established in 1946 as a central fund to assure that members of the public who have been injured by an uninsured or untraceable driver are still eligible to claim compensation for their injuries.
At PSR Solicitors we operate a ”No Win No Fee” promise., meaning no upfront charges apply when you choose to proceed with PSR, and in the unlikely event a claim was ever found to be unsuccessful, you will not have to pay costs for any legal work already undertaken.
This essentially allows you to pursue a claim without worrying about any impending financial loss whatsoever. Our specialist solicitors are ready to speak with you to discuss any enquiries with you in strict confidence. Call the Pedestrian Accident Solicitors at PSR today
You can contact a member of PSR Solicitors directly to start a claim or for free advice on whether you have grounds to make a claim.
PSR is a leading team of Personal Injury Solicitors in Wales and Serious Injury Lawyers in Cheshire. Talk to us today if you have been injured and feel you are entitled to Compensation.
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