All injuries have the potential to be very serious for those affected, but head injuries often cause the most concern because they can take several hours for any symptoms to present themselves. As a result, the amount of compensation for head injuries in North Lincolnshire varies from case-to-case according to a range of criteria.
No two accidents are ever the same anyway, but head injuries need to be treated with the maximum amount of care and attention. A head injury can be sustained in all kinds of ways, from slipping over and banging your head on the ground while walking down the high street to a road traffic accident.
Claiming compensation for head injuries in North Lincolnshire
When you’re looking to make a claim for compensation for head injuries in North Lincolnshire, you want to know that you’re in the right hands to start with.
At Accident Advice Helpline we have more than a decade of experience in personal injury meaning that we have a team of personal injury lawyers who have handled all kinds of claims from minor cases of concussion to serious brain injuries.
If the accident was not your fault then you might be entitled to make a claim for compensation. Head injuries can have short-term and long-term effects on victims, affecting their ability to do what might have been everyday tasks before the accident.
As such, the amount of compensation that claimants may be entitled to varies according to the severity of the injury, the way in which it was sustained and how it has affected your lifestyle.
Starting a compensation claim
In order to start a compensation claim, the best place to start is on our website. We’ve created a 30-second test that enables potential claimants to find out if they might be eligible to make a claim by answering some quick and easy questions about their accident.
If you are entitled to make a claim then one of our personal injury solicitors will be assigned to your case and they will contact you to gather more details about the incident to build a clear picture of what happened.
This information will then be used to determine the minimum and maximum potential compensation payout that you might be entitled to, and we will do our best to ensure that you get every penny that is rightfully yours.
The amount that you are awarded, either in an out-of-court settlement reached with the other side or with the help of a judge, is awarded to cover the costs of any medical treatments, the time you have had to take off work as a result of the accident and injury, and the physical and emotional pain and suffering it has caused.
To find out more information, just give us a call. We offer free, no obligation advice to all potential claimants, so pick up the phone and call 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone.
Date Published: 29th August 2015
Author: David Brown