Broken Nose Compensation Calculator

Have you broken your nose in an accident? Did the accident in which you were injured happen as the result of a breach of duty of care? If so, you may be wondering about claiming broken nose compensation. Our compensation payout calculator could help you value your claim. 

Using A Fractured And Broken Nose Compensation Calculator

Before reading this guide, you might have questions such as “will a broken nose heal on its own?”, “should I go to the hospital?” and “how common are these kinds of injuries?”. While we cannot offer medical advice in this guide, we will look at some of the facts related to this kind of injury. 

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Broken nose compensation claims guide

We will also give you some guidance around the process of claiming. For example, we will look at the different kinds of damages that can be included in a claim for compensation. We will also look at what a No Win No Fee agreement is and how one could help you fund legal representation for your compensation claim.

Our advisors offer free legal advice and can help assess if you’re eligible to make a claim. You can call them using 0800 408 7826. Alternatively, to find out more about how to use our personal injury calculator, please read on. 

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  1. A Guide To Using A Broken Nose Compensation Calculator
  2. What Is A Broken Nose?
  3. How Could You Be Compensated After Fracturing Your Face?
  4. How Do People Break Their Nose?
  5. Motor Vehicle Accident Statistics
  6. Claiming Care And Other Medical Costs
  7. Check How To Use A Broken Nose Compensation Calculator
  8. How Much Are Fracture Nose Claims Worth?
  9. Broken Nose Compensation Calculator
  10. Broken Nose Compensation Claim No Win No Fee Agreements
  11. Get Free Helpful Advice
  12. Ask If Our Team Can Help Calculate Your Settlement
  13. Other Guides
  14. Broken Bone Claim Frequently Asked Questions

A Guide To Using A Broken Nose Compensation Calculator

A broken nose injury can be difficult to deal with and recover from. This is because injuries to your nose can cause breathing problems that might require surgery to fix. Furthermore, facial injuries can have a lasting negative impact on your mental health if you feel they are disfiguring. 

This is where our personal injury calculator can help. It can calculate your potential broken nose compensation settlement in just a few minutes. All we need to know is what kind of injury you are looking to claim for, how it occurred, and any loss of earnings you would like to be included in your claim. These factors can affect the amount of compensation you could receive. 

If you’d like more information about the claims process, contact our advisors today for free legal advice. You can get in touch using the phone number at the top of this page. 

What Is A Broken Nose?

You may have questions such as, “How can I tell if my nose is broken?”. A fractured nose might cause symptoms like: 

  • Severe pain
  • Swelling and bleeding
  • Bruising and tenderness
  • Difficulty breathing through your nose
  • Deformity around the injured area 

If your accident has caused clear fluid to trickle from your nose, you’re experiencing severe headaches and double vision, or if you have numbers or tingling in your arms, you should go to the hospital straight away. These symptoms could indicate a severe head or brain injury.

Regarding a treatment plan for more complicated injuries, your nose may need to be reset. This can only be done after the swelling has gone down. Usually, a broken nose will have recovered within 3 weeks. However, in some circumstances, this could take longer.

You should always get an accurate assessment of your injury by a medical professional if you’ve experienced an injury. Not only will this ensure that you get the treatment you need for your injuries, but it could also provide evidence to support your claim down the line. 

How Could You Be Compensated After Fracturing Your Face?

When making a personal injury claim, there are two potential heads of claim that could be included in a compensation award. General damages relate to the physical and psychological pain and suffering caused, as well as the general decline in your quality of life. Special damages, meanwhile, relate to the financial losses caused by the injury. This includes potentially claiming for things like: 

  • Loss of earnings or future earnings if your injuries have stopped you from returning to work at all
  • Travel costs
  • Recreational events that you can no longer commit to

Each of these kinds of damages requires different evidence to support them. We will look at this in closer detail further on in this guide.

For free legal advice regarding your nose injury and to find out if you’re eligible to claim, please call our advisors using the phone number at the top of this page. 

How Do People Break Their Nose?

In order to be eligible to claim compensation for a nose injury, you need to show that the injury was the result of negligence. This means that someone owed you a duty of care, but this was breached, and you were injured as a result. 

In this section, we will look at some of the scenarios in which you’re owed a duty of care that can be breached. Don’t worry if you don’t see your injury mentioned below; this list isn’t exhaustive, and you can get in touch with a member of our team to assess your eligibility to claim. 

Motor Vehicle Accidents

When on the road, you owe others a duty of care, and they owe you a duty of care in turn. The things that road users are expected to do to keep the roads safe are outlined in the Highway Code.

There are a number of ways you could be injured as the result of a road traffic accident caused by someone else’s negligence. For example:

  • A driver travelling behind you does not leave a safe stopping distance between your car and their own. When you stop to avoid a hazard in the road, they crash into the back of your car. The force of the impact means your face collides with the steering wheel. This could leave you wanting to use a broken nose compensation calculator
  • A car accident occurs because a driver is on their phone and pulls out of a side road without checking that the main road is clear. The resulting crash causes a broken nose as well as a broken collarbone and fractured wrist
  • You’re cycling in a cycle lane, and a drunk driver loses control of their vehicle and collides with your vehicle head-on. You’re thrown from your bike and break your nose, as well as your pelvis and a tooth.

If you’re a driver or passenger over the age of 18 and your injuries are worth less than £5,000, you will need to make your claim through an online portal according to the Whiplash Injury Regulations 2021. Speak to our team before doing so, however, as you may be underestimating how much your injuries are worth.

Trips And Falls 

You could also receive broken nose compensation if you have suffered an injury in a public place. This is because controllers of public spaces (referred to as “occupiers” in the relevant legislation) have a duty of care towards those who use the space for the intended purpose. This is set out in the Occupiers’ Liability Act 1957.

If you injure yourself because the occupier of the space didn’t do all they could to ensure your safety, you may be able to make a compensation claim. Examples of this could include: 

  • While shopping, a shelving unit that is not secured to the wall falls forward. Your nose is broken, and you suffer an ankle fracture when it falls on top of you. 
  • You’re in the gym. As you are using one of the weight machines, the wire snaps, and the weight swings forwards and hits you in the face. You experience a broken nose and a fractured skull as a result. 
  • There may be no warning signs regarding a wet floor, resulting in you slipping and injuring yourself. As a result, you may look up broken nose compensation payouts. 

Being Struck By A Moving Object

You may also be looking to claim broken nose at work compensation after an accident at work. Employers have a duty of care to every member of staff. They have a responsibility to take all reasonably practicable steps to ensure their safety. This is outlined in The Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974.

If you injure yourself in a workplace as a result of employer negligence, you may be able to claim for broken nose at work compensation. Examples of injuries that could entitle you to claim include:

  • Faulty machinery could result in debris or a large object hitting you after falling off a conveyor belt. This could cause a broken nose and other injuries, such as a hairline fracture to the cheekbone.
  • A malfunctioning drill could fall onto you when it’s dropped, causing a work injury
  • One of your colleagues has not been trained on how to use a forklift truck but is instructed to do so anyway. They lose control of the vehicle and collide with you. You fall to the ground, breaking your nose and forearm as a result. 

Physical Assaults

You may be seeking criminal injury compensation from being the victim of a crime, such as an assault. To claim this type of compensation, you can claim through the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority (CICA). However, you can still use our panel of No Win No Fee solicitors to help you make a claim.

The Criminal Injuries Compensation Scheme 2012 outlines their tariff of injuries. This could show you how much compensation you could be owed. Examples of incidents where you may be able to claim through CICA include: 

  • You experience domestic abuse and suffer a fractured nose and scar injury
  • The shop you are working in is robbed, and the perpetrators hit you in the face with a blunt object. This breaks your nose.

There are a number of different requirements for claiming things like broken nose compensation through the CICA. For example, you must have reported the incident to the police in order to claim. Get in touch with our team today to find out more about how these kinds of claims differ.

Motor Vehicle Accident Statistics

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The Department for Transport collects statistics for road traffic accidents in Britain. Casualties relate to both fatalities and people who suffered injuries from a road traffic accident. As you can see, the total number of casualties reported for every category is lower in 2020 than it was in 2019. For example, there were only 64,112 casualties reported in cars in 2020, as opposed to 89,331 in 2019. 

These statistics show how common accidents resulting in casualties on the road are. If you’ve been injured in a car accident and want to pursue broken nose compensation, speak to our team today for more information.

Claiming Care And Other Medical Costs

As part of seeking broken nose compensation, you may be able to claim for financial losses caused by the injury. After being injured, you may have had to spend money on medical costs, which you could claim back as part of your compensation.

You will need evidence to prove the value of the losses you’re looking to claim. Things you could claim for include:

  • Private therapy that you require because of the psychological impact of the injury. 
  • Prescription costs

Check How To Use A Broken Nose Compensation Calculator 

Our broken nose compensation calculator can provide you with an accurate estimate of how much compensation you could be owed after your accident. You just need to input a few pieces of information about the accident to receive a valuation of your claim. 

The Judicial College analyses previous payouts from personal injury claims, including broken nose compensation. In doing this, they have built general damages compensation brackets for a range of different injuries and their relevant severity. We use these compensation brackets, so you can be assured that our calculator is as accurate as possible when providing you with an estimated claim value. 

How Much Are Fracture Nose Claims Worth?

The amount of compensation that you receive in general damages will be worked out with the help of a report from an independent medical assessment. This will usually be arranged for you as part of your claim.

In this assessment, a medical expert will speak with you about your injuries. They will also determine that they were caused by the accident you were involved in. Their findings will be collected in a report, which will be used alongside the guidelines from the Judicial College to help value your claim.

You could also receive special damages compensation. To receive this, however, you would need to provide evidence showing the losses you’ve suffered due to the nose injury. Evidence you would need includes: 

  • Receipts
  • Invoices
  • Bank statements

Broken Nose Compensation Calculator 

Below is a series of injuries and the general damages compensation brackets that relate to each. These figures have been provided by The Judicial College. 

Area of InjuryAmount of CompensationDescription
Nose£9,990 to £21,700Injuries in this bracket include multiple fractures requiring a number of operations that result in lasting consequences, such as difficulty breathing.
Nose£3,710 to £4,790Displaced fracture where surgery is required for a complete recovery.
Nose£2,370 to £2,960Displaced fracture where only manipulation is required.
Nose£1,600 to £2,370Simple undisplaced fracture resulting in a full recovery.
Cheekbones£9,570 to £14,810Complex fractures requiring surgery resulting in lasting issues, such as paraesthesia in the cheekbones or lips.
Cheekbones£4,080 to £6,060Injuries in this bracket include simple cheekbone fractures requiring reconstructive surgery.
Jaw£28,610 to £42,730Multiple serious fractures requiring long-term treatment and permanent symptoms, such as severe pain.
Jaw£16,860 to £28,610Serious fracture resulting in permanent consequences, such as difficulty opening mouth or eating.
Facial bones£13,970 to £22,470Multiple fractures of facial bones resulting in permanent facial deformity.
Damage to Teeth£8,200 to £10,710Serious damage or loss to several front teeth.

We completely understand if you would like an estimate that is more tailored to your specific circumstances. If so, you can give our advisors a call for free legal advice. You could be through to someone in minutes by calling them using the phone number at the top of this page.

Broken Nose Compensation Claim No Win No Fee Agreements

Our panel of solicitors work on a No Win No Fee basis. What this means is: 

  • Your personal injury solicitor will not request legal fees at any point during the claims process.
  • Your personal injury solicitor will also not request legal fees from you if your claim is unsuccessful.   
  • Instead, they will take a portion of your compensation in the form of a “success fee” if they win your claim. The amount they can take is legally capped.  

These kinds of agreements mean that claimants can access legal representation. What’s more, they can do this without paying large upfront or ongoing feed with no guarantee that they will receive compensation. If you feel that this kind of agreement could benefit you, speak to a member of our team today. 

Get Free Helpful Advice

Our compensation payout calculator can help you get an accurate estimate of the compensation you could be owed. However, if you prefer, our advisors offer free legal advice and can inform you if you’re eligible to make a claim.

The No Win No Fee solicitors from our panel have years of personal injury law experience and will only take your case if they think it has a good chance of success.

To get in touch, you can: 

  • Call us now using 0800 408 7826
  • Write to us using the Live Chat window on the right-hand side of your screen. 
  • Contact us via our website

Ask If Our Team Can Help Calculate Your Settlement

You may not want to use our personal injury calculator and prefer instead to speak to someone directly. Alternatively, you may be having difficulty using our online calculator and need some guidance to do so. If this is the case, all you need to do is contact us, and we can help. 

Our advisors can assess the eligibility of you claiming broken nose compensation. Their knowledge and experience mean that they’ll be able to assess your potential claim quickly and accurately. Get in touch today for free legal advice. 

Other Guides

For more useful information, please see below. 

For more information on nose injuries, visit this page on the NHS website. 

Do you want to read more statistics on work-related injuries? If so, visit the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) website. 

The HSE also provides advice on preventing slips, trips and falls, which you can find here. 

Other Personal Injury Claims Guides You Can Read


Broken Bone Claim Frequently Asked Questions

For answers to frequently asked questions regarding a broken nose compensation claim, see below. 

What happens if a broken nose goes untreated?

If untreated, a nasal fracture could lead to cosmetic issues, such as a crooked nose. It could also lead to potential breathing issues due to a nasal collapse or obstruction. 

Can I claim compensation for a broken nose?

If your broken nose happened because someone else breached their duty of care towards you, you might be able to claim. You could also claim through the CICA if you were injured in a violent criminal attack. 

How much is a broken nose worth?

It depends on the extent of the injury. Both physical and psychological effects of the injury are taken into account when a personal injury claim is assessed. So, if your claim is successful, the compensation you receive depends on how badly you’ve been affected by the injury. 

Is a broken nose a serious injury?

It can be as it can lead to breathing problems if it isn’t treated correctly. Depending on the extent of the fracture, it can also lead to further cosmetic damage. 

Thank you for reading our guide on claiming broken nose compensation. We hope that you’ve found it helpful.

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