Motor vehicle accident compensation calculator
How much compensation can I get for my injury?
One of the most common questions we get asked by victims of no-fault accidents looking to make a claim for compensation is. How much compensation can I get? Our compensation claim calculator is a good starting point to get an approximate value of your claim.
Are compensation calculators accurate?
When you use any compensation calculator the amount of compensation it says you could receive is just a guideline. There are many other things that need to be taken into consideration regarding your final settlement. These include things like legal fees and medicals.
So in short, no, compensation calculators are not 100% accurate.
So how can I find out how much compensation will I receive?
The best way to find out is to speak to one of our experts. They can let you know, with no obligation how much your compensation claim could be worth. To speak to one of our specialist personal injury lawyers about your accident and injuries call 1800 865 825. All calls are free, and you will never be pressured into claiming with us.
Read more about specific compensation claims.
Unlucky has helped countless Aussies claim for a wide range of road accidents and personal injuries. You can find more information about what type of claims we can help you with below. Don’t worry if your accident or injuries aren’t listed on this website; we can probably still help.
What types of injuries does our calculator work for?
If we have missed your injury our, don’t worry, contact us.
What type of accident does our compensation calculator work for?
Compensation for the Inability to Work
You may be eligible for compensation if your injuries impact your ability to work. Payments are your wages restricted to a maximum of three times the full-time average weekly earnings in WA. Interim payments can be arranged in some instances to avoid unnecessary hardship.
Pain and Suffering
Compensation for pain and suffering (and other general damages) arising from the crash, including compensation for loss of amenities of life, loss of enjoyment of life, curtailment of life expectation, and bodily or mental harm.
Your injuries need to meet a certain threshold to be eligible for these payments. For example, as at 1 July 2019, claims for general damages have to exceed $22,000 and the maximum amount payable is $425,000.