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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    How to claim private nurse compensation

    We tend to take our good health for granted most of the time – until, that is, something happens to take it away from us. There are people who require assistance from private nurses on a daily basis in order to make the most of their lives. Sometimes this might mean having care at certain times of the day, while at other times it might mean more regular visits.

    No one expects or wants to be suffering with a debilitating illness. The same applies with regard to an injury so severe it requires assistance from a nurse on a daily basis. However, some people suffer such conditions because of a situation that was caused or led to happen by someone else.

    Examples of what might happen to lead to the requirement of care

    For example, some people were exposed to asbestos in their workplace many years ago. Now some have been diagnosed with life-threatening and limiting illnesses associated with asbestos exposure. Their employers may be found negligent in this circumstance.

    In terms of suffering from serious and life-threatening injuries, these could be caused by an accident at work or possibly in a car accident or similar road accident where someone else was clearly to blame. In these situations we can see the injured or poorly person requires care because of the actions of someone else – or even their inaction. This is the situation that might potentially lead to private nurse compensation being paid.

    Are you in a position to claim private nurse compensation?

    It can be difficult to work out whether this is the case, but the sooner you get advice from a lawyer the sooner you will have the answers you need. It is always advisable to get no-obligation advice because this means you can find out more about your situation without worrying about looking into the facts on your own.

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    It is made even easier if you take the opportunity to call 0800 689 0500 today. This number puts you through to Accident Advice Helpline with no charge at all, and you can also get no-obligation advice from our team. We might be able to connect you with one of our professional lawyers who has extensive experience in dealing with claims pertaining to private nurse compensation and similar situations. Isn’t it about time you got the answers you need the most regarding your illness or injury?

    Date Published: September 24, 2015

    Author: Allison Whitehead

    Category: Hospital accident claims

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