Being injured at work can sometimes mean that you cannot return to work for a given space of time. Although these time frames are given for a reason it still means that you are potentially losing out on some of the wages that pay your bills and mortgage. When claiming for accident expenses in Motherwell your potential loss of earnings is something that can be included in your claim for compensation.
In addition there are other costs you can also claim on as a part of your compensation.
Claiming for accident expenses in Motherwell
Claiming for accident expenses in Motherwell can be quite expensive. A lot of costs are involved that many people simply cannot afford. There are some costs that can be claimed as part of your money received through the compensation pay out.
One of the costs that can be covered are your legal fees. Although many firms operate a no win no fee protocol any costs can be paid for by the compensation gained when you win the case. If your case is not successful the no win no fee strategy means you won’t be charged the fees of your solicitor.
Other costs that can be included are parking or transport tickets being purchased for the use of hospital appointments relating to the injuries sustained in the accident.
How Much Compensation Can Be Claimed?
The final total of how much compensation can be claimed will be discussed with your chosen legal representative. After negotiations have passed between both legal entities some figures will start to appear. This is where your legal party will advise you on how much you could be entitled to and how much compensation you can fight for as a settlement price.
The amount of compensation can also depend on how much your costs amounted to. Having minimal amounts of damage or injuries to pay and look after will not give a big pay out because the costs are not as high as they would be with a more serious injury.
If you need some advice on the subject of compensation and how to go about making a claim for your accident then you can give us a call. Accident Advice Helpline have a team of friendly advisers who can help to guide you on the right course. Call us for free today on 0800 689 0500 and start your claim today.
Date Published: 1st December 2014