CTP Calculator - Law Partners

CTP Calculator

Use this calculator to find out how much compensation you may be able to claim.
It takes just 90 seconds to get your estimate.

About this calculator

This calculator applies to motor vehicle accident injury compensation claims, where the accident happened in NSW after December 1, 2017. To get an accurate assessment of your compensation entitlements, you’ll need to speak to a specialist CTP lawyer who will take time to get to know you and the details of your injuries. But if you’re just looking for an estimate, or if you want to see the impact different injuries have on compensation, this calculator is a great way to find out.

How does the calculator work?

The calculator will take you through 7 steps and ask for basic information about your injuries, earnings, time off work and medical expenses. Then based on that information it will give you an estimate of your compensation entitlements.

How long will it take?

The assessment takes about 90 seconds.

How accurate is it?

The calculator estimate is based on the information you provide and current NSW legislation. The actual amount you’ll receive if you lodge a claim will depend on your personal situation, the insurer’s assessment and your lawyer. So think of this calculator as a way to get an initial estimate, not a final amount.

What if I'm not sure about an answer?

If you’re not sure about an answer, just use your best guess. You can always come back later when you have more information to get a more accurate estimate.

What do I do after my assessment?

If you think you’d like to proceed with your claim, or if you just have more questions, you can call us for free advice on 13 15 15 and speak to a lawyer. Or if you’d just like more detailed information about your potential claim, you can provide your email address and a full report will be sent to you.

What if I was at fault?

If you were at fault in the accident, you’ll only be entitled to statutory benefits for up to six months after the accident. You won’t be entitled to any lump sum benefits.

Our estimate of your total compensation entitlement is

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Based on the information you’ve provided, your injuries are likely to be classified as "minor" for the purpose of calculating your compensation entitlements. So you’re likely to receive payments for loss of wages and medical expenses. You may also be eligible for additional expenses you’ve incurred.

Based on the information you’ve provided, your injuries are likely to be classified as "non-minor" for the purpose of calculating your compensation entitlements. So you’re likely to receive payments for loss of wages and medical expenses, as well as a lump sum for economic loss. You may also be eligible for additional expenses you’ve incurred.

* This amount is based on a not-at-fault driver. If you were the at-fault driver, then your entitlement will be reduced to statutory benefits for the first six months only, and you won’t be entitled to any lump sum benefits.

Based on the information you’ve provided, your injuries are likely to be classified as "non-minor" for the purpose of calculating your compensation entitlements. So you're likely to receive payments for loss of wages and medical expenses, as well as a lump sums for economic loss and pain and suffering. You may also be eligible for additional expenses you've incurred.

* This amount is based on a not-at-fault driver. If you were the at-fault driver, then your entitlement will be reduced to statutory benefits for the first six months only, and you won’t be entitled to any lump sum benefits.

If you'd like to find out more about how your compensation entitlements have been calculated, enter your email address below and we'll send you a detailed report. It's a free service.

Review and Calculate

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  1. Take time to ensure that you've include all your injuries. Include anywhere that you have pain, bruising or scarring, as well as your more serious injuries.

  2. We're sorry to hear about your injuries. Please select the closest descriptions from the list below - you can make multiple selections if you need to.

    Head Injury type:


    Face Injury type:


    Neck / Back Injury type:


    Chest / Ribs / Breast Injury type:


    Shoulder Injury type:


    Arm Injury type:


    Hand Injury type:


    Pelvic / Hip Injury type:


    Leg Injury type:


    Ankle Injury type:


    Foot Injury type:


    Upper and Lower Digestive Tract Injury type:


    Urinary / Reproductive System Injury type:


    Cardiovascular / Respiratory System Injury type:


  3. If you had conditions before the accident that got worse after the accident, select them from this list.

  4. These symptoms can include stress, anxiety or depression as a result of the accident.

    We're sorry to hear that you're feeling like this.
    Using the sliding scales, please indicate the impact these issues are having on the quality of your life.

    Your ability to look after yourself (self care and personal hygiene)

    None
    Minor
    Moderate
    Severe

    Your social and recreational activities

    None
    Minor
    Moderate
    Severe

    Your ability to travel

    None
    Minor
    Moderate
    Severe

    Your ability to maintain relationships with friends and family

    None
    Minor
    Moderate
    Severe

    Your ability to concentrate

    None
    Minor
    Moderate
    Severe

    Your ability to work

    None
    Minor
    Moderate
    Severe
  5. A major part of your compensation will be determined by the impact your injuries will have on your ability to earn an income.

    How many weeks have you been off work due to the accident?

    How many more weeks do you expect to be off work, including any time off for surgery?

    When you do return to work, how many days do you expect to work?

    How much did you earn prior to the accident?

  6. Your estimate should include surgery, treatment costs, prescription medication and travel to and from appointments, as well as any expenses you've had for home care.

    What are your total estimated medical and care expenses due to the accident?

  7. We need to know your age and the accident date to estimate your full entitlements for past and future lost earnings.

    What's your date of birth?

    What was the date of the accident?