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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."

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    Castle Point road traffic accidents


    Coping with medications after surgery

    If you have had surgery following Castle Point road traffic accidents or any serious injury, then it will take some time to recover, with plenty of treatment and medication required in the interim period. Whatever injuries you have sustained, surgery takes a lot out of your body, and you will require lots of medication to help you to heal fully and to avoid infection.

    If you are on lots of medications, at a time when you are feeling a lot of pain and are probably quite tired and woozy most of the time, it can be difficult to keep up. Here are some ways in which you can stay on track with your medications and recover more easily.

    • Set a schedule. If you are taking many different types of medication all through the day, then you should have a schedule written down somewhere to which you can refer throughout the day and remind yourself to take your medications.
    • Arrange your medications. If you have a certain number of medications to take each day, you could always split these into individual bags or pill boxes so that you can check that you have taken everything you need to. Otherwise, if you are taking a lot of different medication, it is easy to forget whether you have taken one or not.
    • Ask loved ones to help you. Whilst you are recovering from surgery, you should not be expected to be as ‘on the ball’ as you may have been before. Ask your loved ones to offer you help during this time, arranging your medications for you and making sure you take them, amongst other things.
    • Tell your doctor if there is a problem. You should absolutely not be taking any medication which has such strong side effects that it is making you more ill. If you have a serious reaction to any of the medications you are given, stop taking it right away and speak to your doctor.

    Do your Castle Point road traffic accidents entitle you to compensation?

    If you have been involved in Castle Point road traffic accidents, you may be entitled to compensation. You can only claim compensation for Castle Point road traffic accidents if you can prove that your accident was caused by the negligence of the other driver. The best way to do this is to provide a police report or witness statements which back up this claim.

    If you call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500, the team should be able to talk you through whether or not your Castle Point road traffic accidents entitle you to compensation, then pass you over to an in-house injury lawyer who can make a start on your claim. These injury lawyers will also work entirely on your behalf, so you shouldn’t have to go to court.

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