Help with your Calderdale serious injuries claim
If you have been in a serious accident, your injuries may have resulted in serious injuries such as paralysis or an amputation.
A surgical amputation occurs when the affected limb is removed in surgery after the accident, and a traumatic amputation refers to when the limb is lost during the accident as a result of blunt force trauma. In either case, you could be within your rights to make a Calderdale serious injuries claim if you have suffered paralysis, loss of independent living or the loss of a limb as a result of someone else’s negligence.
This type of injury can be devastating, and many victims find it hard to adjust to the lifelong struggle that can follow. Depending on the area of your body that is affected, you may no longer be able to return to work, walk, play with your children or engage in leisure activities. If your quality of life has been affected in this way, you may also find yourself struggling with depression as you come to terms with the accident.
If someone else is responsible for all of this, they should be held accountable. At Accident Advice Helpline, we have many years of experience along with a high success rate that results in over £30 million being awarded a year. If you have struggled with the loss of limb in an accident caused by somebody else, reach out to us to see if we can help.
Consider who was at fault for your Calderdale serious injuries claim
There are many accidents that can lead to this kind of an injury occurring, and the most important thing to consider is who was responsible for yours.
Whether it was an accident involving a vehicle, machinery, tools, or any other type of accident, if the negligence of another party caused it to happen, you could have a legal entitlement to make a no win no fee accident claim. Depending on the severity of your injury and the financial ramifications it has had on you and your loved ones, you could potentially stand to receive thousands of pounds in compensation.
You can see how much your claim is likely to result in by using our online claims calculator, or by calling our helpline and having a discussion with a claims adviser. Our experts are compassionate and experienced, capable of offering honest advice during this trying time. We will analyse the details surrounding your case to determine what you should seek in an accident claim, and then connect you to one of our solicitors capable of handling your case.
Our lawyers work on a no win, no fee basis, so there is no need to pay anything upfront to start your claim. We appreciate that not being able to work can have a substantial impact on your income, but that shouldn’t impede your ability to afford the legal care you require to make a claim. To learn more about your legal rights or to connect with a solicitor to take action, contact Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500.
Date Published: 1st November 2014
Author: David Brown