Struggling financially after an accident in Staffordshire?
Being injured in an accident is bad enough, but many accident victims find dealing with the consequences of their accident even more stressful, as they try to recover from their ordeal while juggling routines and finances.
This is why many people claim personal injury compensation — a tax-free sum awarded to people who have been injured in an accident that wasn’t their fault. If someone else was to blame for your accident in Staffordshire, then you can claim too, and the solicitor you choose to handle your claim will make sure that you are reimbursed for all those costs arising from your accident.
What can you claim for?
You can claim for any costs or financial losses arising from your accident in Staffordshire, such as:
- Travel expenses;
- Childcare costs;
- Lost earnings;
- Private medical treatment;
- The cost of care;
- Money spent on a holiday, outing, or event that you were unable to attend because of your injury; and
- Replacing clothing or personal items damaged in your accident.
It is important to keep a record of your costs, and keep hold of receipts, bank statements, etc.
If you are unsure as to whether or not an item belongs on your claim form, keep it in mind — your solicitor will tell you for what you can and cannot claim.Open Claim Calculator
Our injury lawyers made sure that Miles was fully reimbursed for his lost earnings and compensated for his injury. As with all the cases we handle here at Accident Advice Helpline, Miles’s case was dealt with under a no win no fee* contract.
The no win no fee* deal means that you do not have to worry about finding the money to pay your legal fees, and you won’t have to pay out anything at all if your claim is unsuccessful.
Our injury lawyers have been working for people like Miles for over 14 years, so have all the legal expertise to make sure that your claim is successful.
If you would like one of our injury lawyers to help you following your accident in Staffordshire, please call our helpline now on 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 if calling from a mobile. Our helpline is open 24 hours a day, and all calls are confidential.