What is the average accident compensation payout in Queensland? Calculating how much compensation you may receive for your accident strongly depends upon your personal circumstances.
Key factors below will count greatly towards answering that question, such as:
- your age
- the accident details
- your employment circumstances
- your lawyer’s knowledge and experience
As a rule of thumb, compensation is paid relative to the impact an accident has had on you and your life.
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Queensland Average Motor Accident Compensation Claim Payouts
The ‘average’ payout refers to the mean average, which is worked out by adding all of the payout amounts together, then dividing the amount by the number of settlements.
Each claim, like all of us, is unique. As an example, let’s look at the 7,623 motor accident claims in Queensland that were finalised in the 2017 financial year:
- The average compensation payment for minor injuries was $65,957
- The average compensation payment for moderate injuries was $151,771
- The average compensation payment for serious injuries was $352,396
- The average compensation payment for severe injuries was $747,188
- The average compensation payment for critical injuries was $1,952,602
In relation to the duration of claims, in the 2015 financial year, the average claim duration was around 18 months.
Every claim is different, because injuries affect everyone in different ways. Let us help assess your personal situation and potential claim.
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