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When you’re considering a compensation claim, it’s good to get an idea to see how others have claimed in the past. These case studies have been collected from sources including recent settlements and cases handled by Claim 4 Compensation’s panel of lawyers.

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Mr Chambers – 08/07/2015

“I was on my motorbike at the time when a car pulled from a side road and hit me. I was thrown from my bike into a wall next to the road and suffered a broken leg and a broken arm. After 2 weeks in the hospital I was then unable to return to work for a further 5 months.

During my stay in hospital I was put in contact with Claim 4 Compensation. Their team gave me the advice and guidance I needed to start my case as early as possible to make sure my recovery and family were taken care of during my absence from work.

From there my lawyer made sure my case was handled in a straightforward way, keeping me in the loop at all times, making sure all avenues were accounted for and settling the case earlier than I expected.”

Mr Chambers received $250,182 in compensation for his recovery, medical aid and loss of earnings

Following a road accident on 16/05/2016, 43 year old Mrs. Janter was awarded 12,920 for her resulting injuries and loss of earnings

What Happened

Mrs. Janter was stationary at traffic lights when she was hit at speed in the rear of her vehicle, causing damage to her neck, shoulder and lower back.

The claimants shoulder and lower back injuries took over 7 months to fully heal, resulting in extensive time off work and the need for additional help around the home.
The claimants other injury to her neck was diagnosed as whiplash, the pain was continuous for 2 months and fully healed after 5 months resulting in further restriction of activity.

Compensation Awarded

The other drivers reckless driving was deemed the cause of the accident, there was no denial of liability from the defendant.

Mrs. Janter was awarded $12,920 for her injuries, care and loss of earnings

Mr. Brown was awarded $78,090 at the start of 2017 for soft tissue injuries sustained to his neck and shoulder, as well as compensation for loss of earnings.

What Happened

Mr. Brown, 39, was a passenger at the time, his friend, the driver, failed to stop in time and crashed into the back of another vehicle in a queue of traffic.
The claimant, Mr. Brown suffered injuries to his neck and shoulder from the impact of the accident which prevented him from returning to his work as a roofer for over 9 months.
As well as physical injuries, the client also suffered sleepless nights for many months after the accident.

Compensation Awarded

The injury to Mr.Brown’s shoulder and neck affected his ability to work. As a professional roofer he was unable to work for 9 months following the accident.

Mr. Brown was awarded $78,090 for his injuries, sleepless nights and loss of earnings over the 9 months.

In 2015, Mrs Singh (Singh vs Cooper, Supreme Court of ACT, 2015) was awarded $311,600.00 for her injuries after an accident in 2013.

What Happened

On March 25, 2013, Mrs. Singh was returning from work when she was hit from behind and pushed into the opposite lane before colliding head on with an oncoming vehicle.
She received injuries to her back that were later diagnosed as permenant. As well as physical injuries the accident also brought back psychological issues stemming from Post natal depression after her first child in 2012.
After the accident she quickly returned to work but her physical and psychological state worsened causing long periods of time off work.

Compensation Awarded

Mrs. Singh received $50,000 for her physical injuries to her back, and a further $50,000 for the impact the injury had on her mental capacity and the quality of life for the family.
The largest part of Mrs.Singhs compensation was for past and future economic loss due to time off work and ongoing medical treatment.

$85,000 – Compensation for the loss of one-third capacity to work until 67
$11,000 – To compensate the past care provided by friends and family
$50,000 – For future care and 3 hours assistance over the next 26 years due to housework

Superannuation was also awarded for past and future economic loss
In addition, the court made significant allowances for the ongoing treatment Mrs.Singh would need, ensuring her requirement to take medication and referrals to specialist treatment providers would be met without problems.

The final sum awarded was $311,600.00

Mrs Jones and her husband were hit at speed after a drink driver crashed into the side of their vehicle resulting in a joint payout of $139,856

What Happened

Mrs Jones was travelling with her husband on the motorway when the drivers side of the vehicle was hit by a third party. The driver of the other vehicle was later found to be over the legal limit for alcohol

The high speed accident caused severe injuries to the neck, back and shoulders of both Mrs Jones and her husband, with the impact also causing Mrs. Jones to suffer a broken wrist.
Physical injuries were not the only factors in the recovery of both clients, they also suffered many nights of lost sleep due to the recurring mental trauma of the accident.

Compensation Awarded

Both Mrs. Jones and her husband both claimed for their physical and mental Injuries, as well as loss of earnings and received a joint payment of $139,856

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Stories

When you’re considering a compensation claim, it’s good to get an idea to see how others have claimed in the past. These case studies have been collected from sources including recent settlements and cases handled by Claim 4 Compensation’s panel of lawyers. For a more accurate estimate of your case, contact us for free on 1800 602 221 or request a call back at a time that suits you.

“I was on my motorbike at the time when a car pulled from a side road and hit me. I was thrown from my bike into a wall next to the road and suffered a broken leg and a broken arm. After 2 weeks in the hospital I was then unable to return to work for a further 5 months.

During my stay in hospital I was put in contact with Claim 4 Compensation. Their team gave me the advice and guidance I needed to start my case as early as possible to make sure my recovery and family were taken care of during my absence from work.

From there my lawyer made sure my case was handled in a straightforward way, keeping me in the loop at all times, making sure all avenues were accounted for and settling the case earlier than I expected.”

Mr Chambers received $250,182 in compensation for his recovery, medical aid and loss of earnings

Following a road accident on 16/05/2016, 43 year old Mrs. Janter was awarded $12,920 for her resulting injuries and loss of earnings

What Happened

Mrs. Janter was stationary at traffic lights when she was hit at speed in the rear of her vehicle, causing damage to her neck, shoulder and lower back.

The claimants shoulder and lower back injuries took over 7 months to fully heal, resulting in extensive time off work and the need for additional help around the home.
The claimants other injury to her neck was diagnosed as whiplash, the pain was continuous for 2 months and fully healed after 5 months resulting in further restriction of activity.

Compensation Awarded

The other drivers reckless driving was deemed the cause of the accident, there was no denial of liability from the defendant.

Mrs. Janter was awarded $12,920 for her injuries, care and loss of earnings

Mr. Brown was awarded $78,090 at the start of 2017 for soft tissue injuries sustained to his neck and shoulder, as well as compensation for loss of earnings.

What Happened

Mr. Brown, 39, was a passenger at the time, his friend, the driver, failed to stop in time and crashed into the back of another vehicle in a queue of traffic.
The claimant, Mr. Brown suffered injuries to his neck and shoulder from the impact of the accident which prevented him from returning to his work as a roofer for over 9 months.
As well as physical injuries, the client also suffered sleepless nights for many months after the accident.

Compensation Awarded

The injury to Mr.Brown’s shoulder and neck affected his ability to work. As a professional roofer he was unable to work for 9 months following the accident.

Mr. Brown was awarded $78,090 for his injuries, sleepless nights and loss of earnings over the 9 months.

Mrs Jones and her husband were hit at speed after a drink driver crashed into the side of their vehicle resulting in a joint payout of $139,856

What Happened

Mrs Jones was travelling with her husband on the motorway when the drivers side of the vehicle was hit by a third party. The driver of the other vehicle was later found to be over the legal limit for alcohol

The high speed accident caused severe injuries to the neck, back and shoulders of both Mrs Jones and her husband, with the impact also causing Mrs. Jones to suffer a broken wrist.
Physical injuries were not the only factors in the recovery of both clients, they also suffered many nights of lost sleep due to the recurring mental trauma of the accident.

Compensation Awarded

Both Mrs. Jones and her husband both claimed for their physical and mental Injuries, as well as loss of earnings and received a joint payment of $139,856

In 2015, Mrs Singh (Singh vs Cooper, Supreme Court of ACT, 2015) was awarded $311,600.00 for her injuries after an accident in 2013.

What Happened
On March 25, 2013, Mrs. Singh was returning from work when she was hit from behind and pushed into the opposite lane before colliding head on with an oncoming vehicle.
She received injuries to her back that were later diagnosed as permenant. As well as physical injuries the accident also brought back psychological issues stemming from Post natal depression after her first child in 2012.
After the accident she quickly returned to work but her physical and psychological state worsened causing long periods of time off work.

Compensation Awarded
Mrs. Singh received $50,000 for her physical injuries to her back, and a further $50,000 for the impact the injury had on her mental capacity and the quality of life for the family.
The largest part of Mrs.Singhs compensation was for past and future economic loss due to time off work and ongoing medical treatment.
$85,000 – Compensation for the loss of one-third capacity to work until aged 67
$11,000 – To compensate the past care provided by friends and family
$50,000 – For future care and 3 hours assistance over the next 26 years due to housework
Superannuation was also awarded for past and future economic loss
In addition, the court made significant allowances for the ongoing treatment Mrs.Singh would need, ensuring her requirement to take medication and referrals to specialist treatment providers would be met without problems.
The final sum awarded was $311,600.00

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