What is the average injury claim settlement amount for personal injury claims in Queensland?

The average injury claim settlement amount that you may be entitled to receive for a personal injury claim in Queensland can vary widely depending on a number of factors, including the severity of your injuries, the impact of the injuries on your life, and the circumstances of the accident.

As experienced personal injury lawyers, we see a wide range of judgements.

There is no set amount for personal injury settlements in Queensland, as each case is unique. However, there are some general guidelines that can give you an idea of what to expect.

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Some General Guidelines

From the latest collated data, according to the Queensland Government’s Motor Accident Insurance Commission, the average compensation payout for motor vehicle accident claims in Queensland in 2019 was $58,984.

This includes compensation for medical expenses, lost income, and pain and suffering.

For other types of personal injury claims, such as slip and fall accidents or workplace injuries, the average settlement amount can vary widely depending on the circumstances of the case. In general, the more severe your injuries and the greater the impact on your life, the higher the compensation payout is likely to be.

It’s important to note that the amount of compensation that you may be entitled to receive will depend on the specific details of your case.


To ensure that you receive the compensation that you deserve, it’s important to seek the advice of qualified personal injury lawyers such as the team at Morgan Clifford, led by Dr Steven Gething.  They can discuss with you not only the average injury claim settlement amount but the more specific details of your claim.

We can help you understand your legal rights and options, and can provide you with expert guidance throughout the claims process. Get in contact today on 07 3317 8380 or use the contact form below.


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