Car Accident Claims in Newham


One of the worst injuries that people can sustain in car accidents all over the country are facial injuries. There is a medical term given to severe facial injuries which is ‘Maxillofacial Trauma’. Our face can suffer from broad range of injuries in any type of accidents including car accidents.

You could damage the soft tissue in your face, sustain cuts and bruises, perhaps get burns, or fractures to your facial bones like a broken nose or cheek bone, then there are eye injuries which have been known to leave people with a temporary and even permanent sight loss, the lastly injuries such as dental injuries and broken jaws.

If you have damaged your face in any way in car accident that was not your fault you may be eligible to make car accident claims in Newham for your personal injury. The injury itself may be painful and in some facial injuries people are left with permanent scaring or disfiguration. If you injure your jaw bone you will have difficulty eating which can lead to an eating disorder and if you damage your eye you could be left blind.

All of these can be very emotional for you the victim and by making Car accident claims in Newham you could get a payout for your emotional trauma as well as your accident, injuries and extra costs the accident has caused you.

Making Car accident claims in Newham

Accident Advice Helpline will try to keep you out of a court .All our advisors will need to know is the details and circumstances of your accident and injuries. We may ask you for a rough idea of when you will recover or if the affects could be longer lasting even permanent. We may ask you to see and independent medical adviser for your injuries.

The advisers will try to deal with everything over the phone and will ask a series of questions to help you claim such as:  Have you had time off work? Have you incurred extra financial expenses due to you injuries? If you have incurred extra financial outlays due to your injuries you should keep any receipts and as a record of these expenses.

To make a no obligation enquiry, you can call one of our advisers now on the free phone number 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone. Our service works on a ‘no win, no fee*’ basis which means you do not have to worry about any financial commitment to start your claim or in the event that your claim is lost. You can be assured that our lawyers will work as quickly as possible to settle your claim whilst still aiming to get you the best compensation figure possible for your circumstances as until your claim is settled and won, they will not get paid.

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