Northern Ireland Criminal Injuries Compensation Calculator

Find out how much criminal injuries compensation you could be entitled to

This calculator has been designed to provide prospective applicants with an rough guide to the likely criminal injuries compensation that they may be entitled to under the Northern Ireland Criminal Injuries Compensation Scheme (2009). These calculations are an approximate guide to the amount you might expect to receive - the final assessment of your award is made by the Compensation Services and may well differ. It is strongly recommended that you seek formal legal advice on your claim.

Please note for multiple physical injuries we only include the first nine but more may included in the compensation calculation. Please contact us for more information.

To use the calculator please choose an injury type and then click and follow the instructions.

Watch our video guide if you need help filling in the compensation calculator.

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