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S306P - Calculation of general damages

(1) For an injury, general damages must be calculated by reference to the general damages calculation provisions applying to the period within which the injury was sustained.

 

As per Schedule 12 - General Damages Calculation Provisions, the general damages must be calculated for an injury sustained on or after 1 July 2013 using the following table.

 

General damages calculation provision - for injuries sustained on or after 1 July 2012 Range Base Multipier Min Max
(a) if the injury scale value of the injury is assessed as 5 or less-by multiplying the injury scale value by $1,270; 0 5 0 1,310 0 6,550
(b) if the injury scale value of the injury is assessed as 10 or less but more than 5-by adding to $6,350 an amount calculated by multiplying the number by which the injury scale value exceeds 5 by $1,530; 6
10
6,550 1,580 8,130 14,450
(c) if the injury scale value of the injury is assessed as 15 or less but more than 10-by adding to $14,000 an amount calculated by multiplying the number by which the injury scale value exceeds 10 by $1,790; 11 15 14,450 1,840 16,290 23,650
(d) if the injury scale value of the injury is assessed as 20 or less but more than 15-by adding to $22,950 an amount calculated by multiplying the number by which the injury scale value exceeds 15 by $2,030; 16 20 23,650 2,090 25,740 34,100
(e) if the injury scale value of the injury is assessed as 25 or less but more than 20-by adding to $33,100 an amount calculated by multiplying the number by which the injury scale value exceeds 20 by $2,300; 21 25 34,100 2,370 36,470 45,950
(f) if the injury scale value of the injury is assessed as 30 or less but more than 25-by adding to $44,600 an amount calculated by multiplying the number by which the injury scale value exceeds 25 by $2,560; 26 30 45,950 2,640 48,590 59,150
(g) if the injury scale value of the injury is assessed as 35 or less but more than 30-by adding to $57,400 an amount calculated by multiplying the number by which the injury scale value exceeds 30 by $2,800; 31 35 59,150 2,880 62,030 73,550
(h) if the injury scale value of the injury is assessed as 40 or less but more than 35-by adding to $71,400 an amount calculated by multiplying the number by which the injury scale value exceeds 35 by $3,070; 36 40 73,550 3,160 76,710 89,350
(i) if the injury scale value of the injury is assessed as 50 or less but more than 40-by adding to $86,750 an amount calculated by multiplying the number by which the injury scale value exceeds 40 by $3,300; 41 50 89,350 3,400 92,750 123,350
(j) if the injury scale value of the injury is assessed as 60 or less but more than 50-by adding to $119,750 an amount calculated by multiplying the number by which the injury scale value exceeds 50 by $3,520; 51 60 123,350 3,620 126,970 159,550
(k) if the injury scale value of the injury is assessed as 70 or less but more than 60-by adding to $154,950 an amount calculated by multiplying the number by which the injury scale value exceeds 60 by $3,750; 61 70 159,550 3,860 163,410 198,150
(l) if the injury scale value of the injury is assessed as 80 or less but more than 70-by adding to $192,450 an amount calculated by multiplying the number by which the calculated by multiplying the number by which the injury scale value exceeds 70 by $3,980; 71 80 198,150 4,100 202,250 239,150
(m) if the injury scale value of the injury is assessed as 90 or less but more than 80-by adding to $232,250 an amount calculated by multiplying the number by which the injury scale value exceeds 80 by $4,210; 81 90 239,150 4,340 243,490 282,550
(n) if the injury scale value of the injury is assessed as 100 or less but more than 90-by adding to $274,350 an amount calculated by multiplying the number by which the injury scale value exceeds 90 by $4,470. 91 100 282,550 4,600 287,150 328,550