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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

    Amount of compensation for head injuries

    When someone has been injured in the head, there are a lot of people who think right away that the person is going to get a huge amount of money for their injury. While this may be the case sometimes, it’s not the case in others. There are a number of things that might affect the amount of compensation for head injuries that someone could be entitled to. Below are three of the common things that make a difference..

    Severity of injury can affect the amount of compensation for head injuries

    The first thing that is going to affect the compensation someone gets for a head injury is how bad the head injury is. If someone is going to be incapacitated for a long time, then they are likely to receive more money than someone who had a minor injury. For example, if someone is in a coma for a period of time after they were injured, that would be considered more serious than someone who simply got a bump on their head from the injury.

    Long term outcome can affect the amount of compensation for head injuries

    The second thing that can affect the amount that a person’s compensated is what their long term outcome is. If the person is going to be disabled for a long time or they are permanently disabled, they generally will get a larger amount of money than someone who will only be out of work a couple of days.  When someone is injured that they need constant care for a long period of time, that is going to give them a better settlement because their medical bills pile up and it’s very draining on their loved ones.

    The amount the person was earning can affect the amount of compensation for head injuries

    The third thing that can affect the amount that someone gets when they have a head injury is whether or not they were the provider for their family.  When the person who provided the family’s income or even a part of it is injured, it’s very hard on the family. This is especially true if the person is no longer able to work.  When a family unit loses one of their incomes, it affects the whole family and can be very devastating to them. Not only do they have someone who is injured but they also lost that income for whatever length of time it ends up being.

    If you have been injured and you want to get the maximum amount of compensation for head injuries that you deserve, then call Accident Advice Helpline today.

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    Accident Advice Helpline has helped a lot of people with this and we can help you, too. Give us a call free on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone and we’ll see what we can do to help you get the money you deserve.

    Date Published: 11th August 2013

    Author: sharon.hendricks

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