Accident and injury in Kent

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Are you looking to start an accident and injury in Kent compensation claim? Well, this page is going to come in very useful. Here, we are going to provide details about the type of injury that we are able to provide representation for.

A brief note on medical reports

It is worth noting that if you wish to start an accident and injury in Kent compensation claim, it is not just enough to say that you have suffered from an injury. You must actually be able to provide us with evidence that you have been injured. The only type of evidence that we will be able to accept here will come in the form of a medical report. If you can’t provide us with a medical report, we can’t help you.

It is also worth noting that the type and severity of your injuries will not matter all that much. All that matters is that the injury has had an impact on your day to day life. If you are unsure as to whether we can help or not, then please do not hesitate to pick up the telephone for a no obligation discussion about your case.

Physical injuries

The most common type of injuries that we deal with here are physical injuries. These are also some of the easiest types of injury to claim compensation for. After all, it is very easy to prove that you have a physical injury and, perhaps more importantly, prove the impact that this particular injury has had on your life.

We can deal with just about every type of physical injury here at Accident Advice Helpline. Some of the most common that we deal with on a fairly regular basis, however, include:

  • Broken bones.
  • Torn ligaments and muscles.
  • Whiplash. This is, of course, an injury which occurs quite a lot in car accidents. However, it can also occur in sporting accidents and falls.
  • Severe cuts. We can’t provide representation for a grazed knee. However, if you have been injured and you have needed stitches on the cut, it is likely that you will be able to claim compensation.
  • Head injuries. This includes everything from minor concussion to severe head injuries which lead to long term coma.
  • Back injuries
  • RSI

Psychological injuries

We are also able to provide representation for psychological injuries. This includes injuries such as depression and anxiety brought on by the incident you were involved in. Quite often, a compensation claim for psychological injuries will also involve physical injuries too.

Discuss your accident and injury in Kent compensation claim with us today

Call Accident Advice Helpline today on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 if you are calling from a mobile.

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