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Personal Injury CalculatorWhen you have been in a vehicular, work-related, malpractice, or other accident, the costs can be enormous. Between medical bills and time lost at work, you can be looking at tens of thousands of dollars in expenses on top of your own personal suffering. With strong personal injury representation, you can get the compensation you deserve to get your life back on track.

Your Personal Injury Calculator is a step-by-step guide to estimating the amount of money you can expect from your personal injury case. Whether the case goes to trial or gets settled out of court, this Personal Injury Calculator can determine a damage award that covers everything up to and including:

  • Medical Expenses
  • Lost Earnings
  • Estimated Future Medical Expenses
  • Property Damage
  • Future Lost Income
  • Multiplier for General Damages

Fill the form below to learn more about how you can estimate your personal injury damages and get paid for your injuries.

Medical Expenses

Compile all medical bills and add them up here.

Property Damage

If you have been in a car accident, you can get an estimate of the damages from a mechanic and compare that to the value of the car. Injured outside of a car accident - this amount is usually zero in most personal injury cases.

Lost Earnings

If you have missed time from work due to injuries, you are eligible for compensation of lost income.

Future Lost Income

To determine your future lost income, you will need a medical report indicating an expected recovery time. In some cases, recovery time may be indefinite. Use this number calculate your future lost income the same as above.

Estimated Future Medical Expenses

Given a projected recovery time and anticipated future treatment and care, your doctor should be able to provideyou with an estimate for your future medical expenses.

Multiplier for General Damages

General damages include emotional distress, pain and suffering, and other intangible factors that are caused by your injuries. Depending on the extent of your suffering, this multiplier can range from 1.5 to 5 times your material damages.

Your Total Award

Add the number from the first five sections together and multiply them by your general damages multiplier. This is a good starting number when filing your damages claim. However, a good attorney with personal injury experience will be able to help you come up with a much more realistic number, and can work with your doctors and employers to get the information you need.

Don’t wait to call your lawyer and get paid for your accident!


This is not legal advice and we're not your lawyer. The calculation here is for instructional purposes only. Consult an attorney for a financial and legal analysis of your case.

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