Claims for abdominal injuries
If you’ve been involved in an accident or injured due to someone else’s negligence, you may be able entitled to make a claim for compensation. The figures below provide a rough guide to what you may get for your injury. Compensation for your expenses and financial losses (such as loss of earnings) can be recovered in addition to these figures.
For free guidance on what your claim as a whole could be worth call our helpline on 0808 139 1590 or send us an email.
Ranging from very severe cases involving lengthy hospital treatment and a significant ongoing impact on daily life, through to cramps and diarrhoea lasting days or weeks
£800 – £46,040
Uncomplicated indirect inguinal hernia.
£2,980 – £6,330
Continuing pain and/or limitations after repair.
£6,140 – £21,190
Almost complete recovery but with some long term loss of function.
£20,530 – £27,450
Complete loss of function and control.
Up to £161,520
Loss of one kidney with no damage to the other.
£26,980 – £39,360
Serious and permanent damage to the kidneys or loss of both.
£148,540 – £184,460