Require some assistance with your car accident claims in Hinckley and Bosworth?
At best, being involved in a car accident is irritating. Even if next to no damage has been caused, invariably you are rather shaken by the whole near-miss episode and all too often late for your destination. It’s surprising how long it can take to exchange insurance details and contact names and addresses with the other party. However, those lucky few can count themselves thankful because for the poor people who are unlucky enough to have been hurt or injured during a road traffic accident the personal injury claim journey is only just beginning.
What sort of things can I include in my car accident claims in Hinckley and Bosworth?
It all depends upon the individual circumstances and merits of your injury claim. No two car accident claims in Hinckley and Bosworth are ever the same. If you were hurt or injured and made a swift recovery within a short space of time then your injury claim will be relatively straightforward.
There is a sliding scale of the amount of compensation which is awarded to a victim injured during a no fault accident. The amount awarded is dependent upon the severity of the individual’s injury and their long term prognosis. Additionally, if they have been left with any visible scarring then it is likely that the payment would be vastly increased if the victim has previously earned their living as a model and relied upon their looks.
You may wish to include incidental costs such as trips to/from A&E, your GP and any other medical appointments which you may have required. Additionally, you may wish to include the costs of your medication and prescription charges.
Loss or Damage:
If your property was damaged during the accident you might be able to claim for either its full replacement cost, adjusted loss or repair. So for example your vehicle might have been damaged or your glasses might have been broken during the car accident so depending upon the circumstances your injury lawyer will be able to advise you on this matter.
Loss of Earnings:
If your recovery is slow and you are unable to return to work for a lengthy period then you might be able to petition for loss of earnings compensation.
Loss of Future Earnings.
If you are unable to return to work in your previous capacity or perform to your previous ability due to injuries which you sustained during the car accident then it is only right that you should be compensated for this blow to your financial prospects and employment future. It’s not right that an accident should wreck your life. So go on, call Accident Advice Helpline now, for free on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone and let them assist with your car accident claims in Hinckley and Bosworth and help to make things right again.
Date Published: 30th November 2014
Author: Emma Newman