piCalculator is a multi-award winning software product used by injury claims experts to aid the preparation of schedules of loss.

Software for Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence Claims Sector

piCalculator has over 2000 subscribers from across the clinical negligence and personal injury sector, including claimant and defendant lawyers, barristers and claims handlers.

Industry leaders describe it as a “heavyweight solution with lightweight cost”.

Pressure on legal fees in the claims sector is forcing law firms and insurers to turn to I.T. to assist in eradicating inefficiencies within the claims process. Identifying tasks which don’t require any ‘legal input’ is an obvious starting point, enabling lawyers to focus on what software can’t do – i.e. look after clients; apply the law; and negotiate a settlement.

But it’s not just pressure on legal fees that is bringing about an I.T. revolution in the claims sector. The Judiciary of England and Wales has committed £700m to fund a technological overhaul of the civil courts as part of its Reform Programme and Civil Courts Structure Review.

Whilst it may take time for the judiciary to figure out the technicalities, you might be surprised at what is already available and just how much of a saving there is to be made…in terms of both time and money.


Schedules of Loss |Schedules of Special Damages

piCalculator takes away the headache of using Odgen tables, ASHE tables and ONS data whilst ensuring detailed and mathematically accurate schedules every time.

Our award winning software is easy to use and can be easily amended and updated, making it a simple yet powerful tool.

With the ability to store large amounts of data and perform powerful calculations, piCalculator changes the way lawyers work. Rebmark’s unique piece of software allows users to build a complete, court-ready schedule of loss considerably quicker than doing it manually without sacrificing any accuracy in the process; leaving barristers, solicitors and case handlers free to concentrate of the law.

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  • Ensures detailed and mathematically accurate schedules.
  • Removes the need to spend time referencing Ogden tables, ONS data, ASHE tables, Tax and NI tables and RPI.
  • piCalculator can be fully integrated into existing case management systems.
  • Saves time by instantly calculating past and future losses, with full explanations for interest rates and multipliers.
  • Customisable schedules for consistency with customer branding
  • Information and calculations can be updated quickly.
  • Use of cloud-based technology enables schedules to be shared with other parties.
  • Full training on the software, plus telephone and email support from the piCalculator team.


Secure Encrypted Data

Our ISO 27001 audited systems are held in our ISO 27001 data centre, backed by 2048bit EV SSL (the green bar at the top of your browser). You are concerned about your data and so are we. Instant replication to redundant mirrors ensure that any event will not result in the loss of data or its accessibility by any unauthorised parties.

Efficient use of time

Use your time efficiently and spread your workload. Spend your time establishing accurate information on your client’s needs and losses, knowing that all calculations can be run (and re-run) almost instantaneously. See your schedule of loss develop over time and make adjustments up to the day of settlement.

Cloud Based Technology

We use cloud based technology which allows us to store large amounts of data and perform powerful calculations behind the scenes. The result is a simple but powerful software tool that, lawyers tell us, has changed the way they work.

Maximise your schedule

Build your court-ready schedule of loss from the first conversation with your client. Add and amend information as the case progresses. Check the value of your schedule at any point. Work collaboratively with colleagues and make changes from wherever you are.

Detailed and accurate calculations

Improve your clients recovery of damages by ensuring that all the relevant details are included within your schedule and clearly explained. Remove any ambiguity from the loss without incurring unnecessary and potentially unrecoverable costs.

Court-ready Schedule

piCalculator outputs a Microsoft Word document that can be saved to your case management system and is ready for filing with the court if required. Customisation is available within piCalculator so that your firm’s styles are incorporated.

Share your Schedule

Work smarter by sharing the building of each schedule of loss with colleagues. Our cloud-based technology is fully encrypted and secure which makes it easy to share your workload and to access information from wherever you are. Amendments can be made up to the last minute because your court-ready schedule of loss is created at the press of a button.

  • piCalculator is a must-have tool for injury barristers, irrespective of their level of seniority.

    Andrew Crouch, Parklane Plowden Chambers

    PI Calculator is a fantastic product and it would now be difficult for me to imagine life at the clinical negligence Bar without it.

    Alexander Hutton QC, Hailsham Chambers
  • We are a specialist accountancy and business advisory company based in Australia. We subscribed to piCalculator to use on a specific class action litigation project and found it to be an excellent tool!

    Lance Kahler, Director – Vincents Australia

    I like to pass piCalculator cleverness off as my own!

    piCalculator Subscriber
  • I’ve used the online support, it was excellent.

    piCalculator Subscriber

    …if there are solicitors and counsel who don’t have piCalculator, they are fools.

    Alastair Cameron, The McKinstry Company
  • I have no need to use your support services as your product works first time, every time and really is superb.

    Alastair Cameron, The McKinstry Company

    I love piCalculator! Keep doing what you’re doing.

    Paula Hatfield, Wace Morgan Solicitors
  • It is brilliant and it works and you always answer the phone and fix my problems.
    Sprinkles stardust on the most jaded schedule!

    Jeremy Taylor, Wace Morgan Solicitors

    piCalculator is an ingenious piece of software. It ensures your calculations are always accurate and, in a world of proportionate costs, with fixed costs in the future, delivers fantastic efficiencies when schedule drafting. piCalculator is an essential tool for any PI practitioner.

    Jeremy Ford, 9 Gough Square
  • Using piCalculator has probably saved me hundreds of hours that otherwise would have been spent performing mundane calculations

    Anthony Reddiford, Guildhall Chambers

    piCalculator has saved me hours of research in preparing schedules of special damage, and I would wholeheartedly recommend this efficient and cost effective resource.

    Chris Bird, Glynns Solicitors
  • I am a relatively new convert to piCalculator, but am already wondering how I managed without it.

    Robert Bell, Mayo Wynne Baxter Solicitors

    piCalculator does the maths for our team giving us more time to concentrate on providing legal argument for our clients.

    Sarah Towler, Russell-Cooke
  • piCalculator has given me the confidence to prepare my own schedules; the schedules look professional and the maths is always correct!

    Lucy Wells, hlw Keeble Hawson LLP

    piCalculator is an essential tool to any PI fee earner which enables even the technically challenged to calculate accurate complex schedules at the touch of a button.

    Kay Cook, Quality Solicitors Oliver and Co
  • Designed specifically for the busy practitioner, piCalculator is a ‘one-stop’ site for calculating all aspects of personal injury damages quickly and effectively. It has fast become the most used link on my desktop.

    Simon Readhead QC, 1 Chancery Lane

    piCalculator takes the “heavy-lifting” out of drafting a schedule. I cannot imagine having to do multipliers without it.

    Thomas Panton, Guildhall Chambers