Hip & Groin Injury

Home / Hip & Groin Injury

Claims for hip & groin 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.

Hip Injuries

Lesser hip injury

Minor soft tissue injuries with complete recovery.

Up to £3,460

Moderate hip injury

Significant injury but any permanent disability is not significant, nor are there any major future risks.

£12,210 – £34,340

Severe hip injury

Fracture of the pelvis causing degenerative changes and leading to likelihood of hip replacement surgery.

£34,340 – £46,040

Very severe hip injury

Extensive fractures of the pelvis involving for example a ruptured bladder and significant residual disability.

£68,740 – £114,810

Reproductive System: Male

Loss of reproductive organs

In excess of £134,900

Total Impotence

Including loss of sexual function and sterility – award varies with age of the injured person and their reaction.

In the region of £130,060

Sterility

Dependant on age of the person and the manner in which the sterility was caused – most serious cases.

£123,310

Cases involving much older males.

£16,450

Reproductive System: Female

Infertility

Caused by injury or disease with severe depression, pain and scarring.

£100,760 – £148,540

No medical complications and claimant already has children.

£15,750 – £32,210

Failed sterilisation

Leading to unwanted pregnancy but no serious psychological injury.

In the region of £8,940

Level of awards in this area will depend on factors such as:
– Whether the claimant already has children
– Scarring
– Psychological effects
– Whether a foetus was aborted

Our Client Testimonials

Compensation Calculator