Spinal injury rehabilitation can take many months to complete. Even then, there is a chance no full recovery will be made. The aim is to achieve the best level of care and recovery possible in an individual’s situation. Since no two spinal injuries are the same, two people with similar injuries may experience different things in their rehabilitation process.
Few people ever think about rehab of this nature, and they won’t consider the cost of going through the process, either. However, you may know first-hand how in-depth this care is, and what the aims are. You may also recognise the costs involved and the cost of going to and from sessions if you are not staying at a facility.
Is it someone else’s fault you are going through spinal injury rehabilitation?
The aim of rehabilitation of this kind is to ensure you get the best possible degree of recovery. We tend to think of recovery in a physical way, but you are likely to have emotional and psychological issues to work through as well.
This is certainly true if you have been in an accident that was caused by a third party. This could refer to an employer who did not pay close attention to health and safety rules, or even a driver who ran straight through a red light and smashed into your car when you did nothing wrong. There are other examples we could give too, but the focus is on someone else as the guilty party.
How can you work out if you could receive compensation?
It’s easier than you think – just ring 0800 689 0500 now. You can also call 0333 500 0993 if you’re on a mobile to reach Accident Advice Helpline. With over 16 years’ experience under our belt, we’re able to provide no-obligation advice to steer you in the right direction.
Make sure you know once and for all whether a third party is liable for your accident. If negligence can be proven, one of our solicitors can accept your claim on a no-win, no-fee* basis. The last thing you want is to risk a claim if you have costs to pay in the event you lose. That’s not the case here, as you’ll have nothing to pay in solicitors’ fees should you lose in claiming for spinal injury rehabilitation and associated costs.
Date Published: January 25, 2017
Author: Rob Steen
Category: Spinal injury claims