Personal Injury Solicitors Coventry

If you have been injured as a result of a road traffic accident, workplace accident, slip trip or fall, dog bite or defective product then Anu Hart from Coventry Personal Injury Solicitors Kumari Hart can assist you with claiming damages for the injury together with any other losses that you have or will suffer. In the vast majority of cases we act under a No Win No Fee Agreement. We will fund everything, so that you do not have to finance anything.

To find out more about how we can assist you with Personal Injury claims in or around the Coventry area, please contact us on 02477 981545 or 07840 925161, email us or complete the Free Online Enquiry.

When someone suffers an injury and they are not to blame they are usually legally entitled to claim compensation.

The majority of injuries are not too serious, but in some cases, they will often be unable to work and may need extensive rehabilitation. They may also need specialist aids and equipment, for example a prosthetic limb or an adapted car, in order to try and lead as normal life as possible. They can also become dependent on others, for example family and friends to help look after them or sometimes professional carers may be required when it becomes too much for family to manage. The results can be devastating for all concerned. Your compensation may well have to last you for the rest of your life.

We will use our extensive experience to guide you through the whole process. This will usually involve taking statements at the outset, before going on to obtain expert evidence which will document the nature and extent of your injury. Often more than one expert report will be needed.

Once the expert evidence is complete, we will ensure that all of your out of pocket expenses are documented in a Schedule of Loss. We then start negotiating to get you the damages that you are entitled too. If the other side are not willing to properly compensate you, we will commence court proceedings and take the matter to a trial where a judge will decide the proper level of compensation.

More often than not, after court proceedings are commenced settlement offers increase.

We prefer to meet face to face from the outset, as it is important to get to know the client and learn about the impact of an injury on them and their family. It also enables us to identify difficulties that they face around the home so that we can help alleviate those issues as part of the claim process.

What type of Claims do we deal with

  • Accidents At Work
  • Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority Claims (CICA)
  • Defective Products leading to injury
  • Fatal Accident Claims
  • Head injury Claims
  • Motorbike Claims
  • Repetitive Strain Injury Claims
  • Road Traffic Accident Claims
  • Sexual Abuse Claims
  • Slip and Trip Claims
  • Spinal Injury Claims

How Much will I get?

Understandably, this is the most common question we get. It is also very difficult to give a precise answer until all the evidence has been gathered. You may however get an idea of what the appropriate level of damages for pain and suffering might be by reference to the personal injury calculator below.

Personal injury calculator

This calculator will give you an initial estimation of your compensation award, but the overall award will of course depend on past and future losses and a variety of other factors. Please contact us for a free assessment.

How long will it take?

It is impossible to say how long it will take for your claim to conclude. We would not recommend settling your claim until we have a full prognosis. Often, with nasty soft tissue injuries, it can take up to two years before we know whether or not a full recovery will be made. We will never recommend settling a claim until we have a full prognosis, otherwise we cannot value you claim properly and get you the compensation you are entitled too.

How much will it cost me?

  • No win no fee: We can take on your case on a no win no fee basis (Conditional Fee Arrangements). This is the most common method. We believe that this affords peace of mind and certainty. The absolute maximum that we will deduct will be 25% of your damages for pain and suffering and past losses. You will not be asked to fund any disbursements (e.g. medical records, expert reports, court fees).
  • Legal expenses insurance: you may be covered under your home, car or other insurance that will pay for all or some of your costs. We tend to find, however, that these policies restrict the charge out rates we use as a result there may be a charge taken from your damages to cover the shortfall.
  • Private funding: you can fund the cost of the claim yourself. The disadvantage here is that if you lose your claim you will end up paying both ours and your opponent’s legal costs. If however you win, no damages would be deducted from your settlement, but you would still be responsible for any shortfall in our legal charges.
  • Damages Based Agreements (DBA) means legal costs are based on the damages you receive. These are very complicated and rarely used. We can discuss this method of funding with you.

How long have I got to bring a claim?

There is a time limit for making a personal injury claim. Generally, it is three years from the date you were injured or the date you became aware of the injury This is relevant for industrial disease claims where the injury or condition will often not be apparent for several.

For children (up to 18 years of age) the three-year time limit starts from their 18th birthday.

For CICA claims there is a time limit of two years. This is also the case in claims involving defective products or an accident caused on a plane.

It is therefore advisable to contact us as soon as you are aware of an issue.

When can I speak to someone?

We operate outside of the usual 9-5 office hours, so please feel free to call from early morning until late at night when we will be pleased to help. From the outset, we prefer to see clients face to face and at a time that suits you, be it at the weekend or in the evening. Please either call us or fill in the contact form and we will call you at a time of your choosing.

Make a free enquiry

To find out more about how we can assist in Personal Injury claims, please contact us on 02477 981545 or 07840 925161email us or complete the online contact form.

Ankle Injuries

Very Severe
Modest Injuries
£43,900 to £61,110
£27,450 to £43,900
£12,050 to £23,310
Up to £12,050


Arm Injuries


Loss of Both Arms
Loss of One Arm
£211,150 to £263,060
£84,310 to £120,270


Other Arm Injuries

Severe Injuries
Injuries Resulting in Permanent
& Substantial Disablement
Less Severe Injury
Simple Fractures of Forearm
£84,310 to £114,810
£34,340 to
£16,830 to £34,340
£5,810 to £16,830


Back Injuries

£34,000 to £141,150
£10,970 to £34,000
£1500 to £10,970


Brain & head injuries

Very Severe Brain Damage
Moderate Severe Brain Damage
Moderate Brain Damage
Less Severe Brain Damage
Minor Brain or Head Injury
£247,280 to £354,260
£192,090 to £247,280
£37,760 to £192,090
£13,430 to £37,760
£1,940 to £11,200


Elbow Injuries

Severely Disabling Injury
Less Severe Injuries
Moderate or Minor Injury
£34,340 to £48,080
£13,720 to £28,060
Up to £11,040


Facial Injuries

Skeletal Injuries

Le Fort Fractures of
Frontal Facial Bones
Multiple Fractures of
Facial Bones
Fractures of Nose or
Nasal Complex
Fractures of Cheekbones
Fractures of Jaws
Damage to Teeth
£20,880 to
£13,080 to
£1,500 to
£2.040 to £13,840
£5660 to £26,730
£960 to £10,010


Facial Disfigurement

Very Severe Scarring
Less Severe Scarring
Significant Scarring
Less Significant Scarring
Trivial Scarring
£26,120 to £85,340
£15,750 to £42,460
£7,990 to £26,380
£3,460 to £12,050
£1,500 to £3,090


Feet Injuries

Amputation of Both Feet
Amputation of One Foot
Very Severe
£148,540 to £176,660
£73,620 to £96,150
£73,620 to £96,150
£36,800 to £61,410
£21,910 to £34,370
£12,050 to £21,910
Up to £12,050


Knee Injuries

£22,960 to £84,360
Up to £22,960


Hand Injuries

Total or Effective Loss
of Both Hands
Serious Damage to Both Hands
Total or Effective Loss
of One Hand
Amputation of Index & Middle
&/or Ring Fingers
Serious Hand Injuries
Less Serious Hand Injury
Moderate Hand Injury
Minor Hand Injuries
Severe Fractures to Fingers
Total Loss of Index Finger
Partial Loss of Index Finger
Fracture of Index Finger
Total Loss of Middle Finger
Serious Injury to Ring
or Middle Fingers
Loss of Terminal Phalanx of
Ring or Middle Fingers
Amputation of Little Finger
Loss of Part of Little Finger
Amputation of Ring &
Little Fingers
Amputation of Terminal Phalanges
of Index & Middle Fingers
Minor Finger Injuries
Loss of Thumb
Very Serious Injury to Thumb
Serious Injury to Thumb
Moderate Injuries to Thumb
Severe Dislocation of Thumb
Minor Injuries to Thumb
Trivial Thumb Injuries
£123,310 to
£49,010 to £74,150
£84,310 to
£54,280 to
£25,430 to £54,280
£12,670 to £25,430
£5,110 to £11,640
£800 to £3,810
Up to £32,210
In the region of £16,420
£10,670 to £16,420
£7,990 to £10,730
In the region of £13,710
£13,080 to
£3,460 to
£7,580 to £10,730
£3,460 to £5,130
In the region of
In the region of
Up to £4,160
£31,140 to £48,080
£17,190 to £30,700
£11,040 to £14,690
£8,470 to £11,040
£3,460 to £5,950
Up to £3,460
Up to £1,930


Leg Injuries

Loss of Both Legs
Below-knee Amputation
of Both Legs
Above-knee Amputation
of One Leg
Below-knee Amputation
of One Leg
Severe Leg Injuries
Less Serious Leg Injuries
£211,150 to £247,280
£176,660 to
£91,910 to
£85,910 to
£24,340 to £119,210
£1500 to £24,340


Neck Injuries

£39,870 to £130,060
£6,920 to £33,750
£1500 to £6,290



(also known as Quadriplegia)
£284,610 to
£192,090 to £249,270


Psychiatric & Psychological Damage

Psychiatric Damage Generally

Moderately Severe
Less Severe
£48,080 to £101,470
£16,720 to £48,080
£5,130 to £16,720
£1,350 to £5,130


Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Moderately Severe
Less Severe
£52,490 to £88,270
£20,290 to £52,490
£7,170 to £20,290
£3,460 to £7,170


Shoulder Injuries

Fracture of Clavicle
£16,830 to £42,110
£11,200 to £16,830
£6,920 to £11,200
£1500 to £6,920
£4,520 to £10,730



Total Blindness
Loss of Sight in One Eye with
Reduced Vision in Remaining Eye
Total Loss of One Eye
Minor but permanent impairment
of vision in one or both eyes
Minor Eye Injuries
Transient Eye Injuries
In the region of £235,630
£56,070 to
£48,080 to £57,590
£7,990 to
£3,460 to £7,650
£1,930 to £3,460

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Why Choose Us

  • We react quickly in disputes and aim to send a letter to the opposition within 24 hours of taking initial instructions.
  • We provide a personal service and you will have access to your solicitor’s mobile number, thus offering greater flexibility in the way that we deliver our services.
  • We offer very competitively priced services.