It is obvious just by looking at some people that they may have been involved in an accident solicitor in Bath case. Some injuries, such as a black eye, are very obvious to see. It is not so obvious to spot that the accident was caused by someone else but the bruising and swelling around the eye is unmistakable. The same can be said about broken limbs which are encased in plaster.
Other injures are less obvious. Psychological injuries are especially hidden and do not become apparent until you talk to the person involved. Symptoms of depression and anxiety are common after many types of accident, especially the sort of accident that is not your fault such as those dealt with as an accident solicitor in Bath case. This is where the accident occurred in the historic city of Bath and someone is making a claim for compensation. They are probably being helped by the leading law firm Accident Advice Helpline.
If the accident solicitor in Bath case does involve an injury like a black eye here are some useful tips.
Dealing with an accident solicitor in Bath black eye case – top 4 tips
- A black eye is usually caused by a blow to the eye area. In criminal assault cases – this may be caused by a human fist or by a kick. In occupational accidents it may be caused by a fast moving piece of equipment or by a part of some machinery. However it was caused, it is important to keep careful details so that you can tell your Accident Advice Helpline personal injury solicitor during your claim. Black eyes do not develop straight away and often do not occur alone. You may also have blurred vision and pain around they eye.
- Black eyes are not usually that serious but complications can occur. our doctor. If the pain is very severe and does not go away or if your eye starts leaking pus or becomes warm and red then you should see a doctor. This may be a sign that there is an infection in your eye and you may need treatment. If you become forgetful or nauseous then this may be a sign of a more severe head injury and you should seek medical attention.
- In a small number of accident solicitor in Bath cases the black eye is very serious and you should go immediately to your local Accident and Emergency Department. Two black eyes can be a sign of a type of skull fracture and you need medical attention straight away.
Let the Accident Advice Helpline team start your claim
You might not feel up to taking on a legal battle which is why you should enlist some specialist support from our team. We have experienced advisors who will take care of your claim alongside one of our specialist solicitors. Call us now on 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile. Call us today we can give you the best advice on how to proceed.
Date Published: 28th June 2013
Author: Sharon Parry