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## S306P - Calculation of general damages

306P - 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 2014 using the following table. | |||||||

General damages calculation
provision - effective for Injuries from 1 July 2014 |
Range | Base | Multiplier | Min | Max | ||

(a) | if the injury scale value of the injury is assessed as 5 or less-by multiplying the injury scale value by $1360; | 0 | 5 | 0 | 1,360 | 0 | 6,800 |

(b) | if the injury scale value of the injury is assessed as 10 or less but more than 5-by adding to $6800 an amount calculated by multiplying the number by which the injury scale value exceeds 5 by $1640; | 6 | 10 | 6,800 | 1,640 | 8,440 | 15,000 |

(c) | if the injury scale value of the injury is assessed as 15 or less but more than 10-by adding to $15000 an amount calculated by multiplying the number by which the injury scale value exceeds 10 by $1910; | 11 | 15 | 15,000 | 1,910 | 16,910 | 24,550 |

(d) | if the injury scale value of the injury is assessed as 20 or less but more than 15-by adding to $24550 an amount calculated by multiplying the number by which the injury scale value exceeds 15 by $2170; | 16 | 20 | 24,550 | 2,170 | 26,720 | 35,400 |

(e) | if the injury scale value of the injury is assessed as 25 or less but more than 20-by adding to $35400 an amount calculated by multiplying the number by which the injury scale value exceeds 20 by $2460; | 21 | 25 | 35,400 | 2,460 | 37,860 | 47,700 |

(f) | if the injury scale value of the injury is assessed as 30 or less but more than 25-by adding to $47700 an amount calculated by multiplying the number by which the injury scale value exceeds 25 by $2740; | 26 | 30 | 47,700 | 2,740 | 50,440 | 61,400 |

(g) | if the injury scale value of the injury is assessed as 35 or less but more than 30-by adding to $61400 an amount calculated by multiplying the number by which the injury scale value exceeds 30 by $2990; | 31 | 35 | 61,400 | 2,990 | 64,390 | 76,350 |

(h) | if the injury scale value of the injury is assessed as 40 or less but more than 35-by adding to $76350 an amount calculated by multiplying the number by which the injury scale value exceeds 35 by $3280; | 36 | 40 | 76,350 | 3,280 | 79,630 | 92,750 |

(i) | if the injury scale value of the injury is assessed as 50 or less but more than 40-by adding to $92750 an amount calculated by multiplying the number by which the injury scale value exceeds 40 by $3530; | 41 | 50 | 92,750 | 3,530 | 96,280 | 128,050 |

(j) | if the injury scale value of the injury is assessed as 60 or less but more than 50-by adding to $128050 an amount calculated by multiplying the number by which the injury scale value exceeds 50 by $3760; | 51 | 60 | 128,050 | 3,760 | 131,810 | 165,650 |

(k) | if the injury scale value of the injury is assessed as 70 or less but more than 60-by adding to $165650 an amount calculated by multiplying the number by which the injury scale value exceeds 60 by $4010; | 61 | 70 | 165,650 | 4,010 | 169,660 | 205,750 |

(l) | if the injury scale value of the injury is assessed as 80 or less but more than 70-by adding to $205750 an amount calculated by multiplying the number by which the calculated by multiplying the number by which the injury scale value exceeds 70 by $4260; | 71 | 80 | 205,750 | 4,260 | 210,010 | 248,350 |

(m) | if the injury scale value of the injury is assessed as 90 or less but more than 80-by adding to $248350 an amount calculated by multiplying the number by which the injury scale value exceeds 80 by $4500; | 81 | 90 | 248,350 | 4,500 | 252,850 | 293,350 |

(n) | if the injury scale value of the injury is assessed as 100 or less but more than 90-by adding to $293350 an amount calculated by multiplying the number by which the injury scale value exceeds 90 by $4770. | 91 | 100 | 293,350 | 4,770 | 298,120 | 341,050 |

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