male reproductive system injury claim

Male Reproductive System Injury Claim Payout Calculator

Discover a male reproductive system injury claim is; see why compensation payouts for males and females is calculated on a different basis; the relevance of age, parenting of previous children, psychological effect – with average compensation payout amounts for sterility, impotence, an orchidectomy / testicle removal and loss of a man’s complete reproductive system.

Find a link to our female infertility compensation article calculating compensation amounts for injury to the female reproductive system.

Payouts Table For Male Reproductive System Injury In 2023

Our payout table describes compensation payout amounts for the pain and suffering you will experience for different types of male reproductive system injuries.

Male Reproductive System InjuryClaim Payout Amount
Sterility£6,600 – £148,500
Impotence£20,000 – £148,500
Testicle removal£20,000 – £154,000

Be aware – you may experience financial losses and expenses as a direct result of your injury. Keep records of any losses with receipts to support and your solicitor should be able to claim these sums in addition to the payout for pain and suffering.

What is a reproductive system injury claim?

If you are involved in accident, have an industrial disease or suffer from clinical negligence the function of your reproductive system might be lost or damaged.

If someone is legally at fault you should be able to make a reproductive system injury claim: a claim for compensation for pain and suffering due to the damage caused and financial loss and expenses as a direct result of your injury.

Do compensation amounts vary depending on whether you are male or female?

“Yes,” the amounts of compensation you can claim for damage to your reproductive system will depend on the injury sustained, which will be very different for a man and a woman.

Take note – this article deals with the male reproductive system only. See our female infertility claim article setting out how to calculate the compensation amounts for an injury to a female;s reproductive sys

What is the importance of age?

The younger you are when your reproductive system is injured the larger the amount of compensation you can typically claim.

Do you have or desire to have children?

If you already have children – the pain and suffering for your injury may be considered less significant than if you have if you have yet to father a child.

Some people however may have never intended to have children whereas others may already have children, but intended to have more chidren in the future.

Your specific circumstances would be taken into account for the purpose of calculating your perceived pain, suffering and loss of amenity.

Is the psychological effect of your injury relevant?

“Yes” – psychological effect is highly relevant. Having children and being able to perform sexually will have a significant effect on some and not so much on others.

The worse the psychological effect of reproductive system injury – the more compensation you will be able to claim.

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Psychological Effect Of Testicle Removal

Compensation calculator for different types of male reproductive system injury

We look at the different parts of the male reproductive system that can be injured, with examples compensation payouts that you can expect in 2023.

Sterility Compensation Claim Amounts

If the damage to your reproductive system is sterility this will mean that you are not able to have children.

Compensation can be wide ranging depending on whether you are a family man intending to have children, whether there are complications with impotence and whether there is traumatic injury aggravated by scarring.

The amount of compensation you can claim will be calculated between £6,600 – £148,500.

Impotence Claim Payout Amount

Impotence describes the inability in a man to achieve an erection and/or ejaculation. How much compensation you can recover depend on your age, psychological reaction, whether your impotence is permanent, whether it is total impotence, etc.

The average payout amounts your settlement would achieve is between £20,000 – £148,500.

Orchidectomy / Testicle Removal Compensation Payouts

An orchidectomy (also known as an orchiectomy) describes a surgical procedure in which one or both of your testis are removed.

The average payout amounts depend on your psychological reaction, whether one testicle or both are removed, whether is impotence, loss of sexual function or whether there is a total loss of reproductive organs.

Your reproductive injury claim would be between £20,000 – £154,000.

Male reproductive system injury claim summary

On this page you have seen what a reproductive system injury claim is, how compensation amounts vary between male and females with compensation payout examples for sterility, impotence, testicle removal and loss of with whole reproductive system.

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