Head injuries are among the most serious that you can sustain, having the potential to change people’s lives depending on the severity of the condition. That is just one reason why a lot of people choose to seek compensation for head injuries in North Warwickshire.
All injuries can vary according to the ways in which they were sustained, and also from person to person. The kind of head injury sustained by one victim in a road traffic accident might be completely different to the one suffered by another RTA victim, for example.
While all head injuries are considered as serious conditions, whether it’s a case of concussion or a severe brain injury, some are more likely to have a serious effect on your lifestyle than others.
Assessing the value of compensation for head injuries in North Warwickshire
That is why it’s impossible to give exact quotes on how we reach a decision on the amount of compensation for head injuries in North Warwickshire.
Every case is different and it’s only once we gain a thorough understanding of how you’ve been affected in terms of the physical and emotional pain the accident has caused that we can even start to estimate the minimum and maximum compensation payout that you might be entitled to.
It isn’t just the amount of pain that the accident left you in that goes into forming the settlement, however. Our personal injury lawyers take a range of factors into account, one of which being the prognosis given by the doctors who treat you. This report will allow us to understand how long it might take you to recover from the injuries – if you are expected to make a full recovery at all.
We would also take a look at any financial implications caused by the accident, such as the cost of any medical treatments and a loss of earnings caused by an enforced break from work in order to recover. You shouldn’t be left out of pocket as a result of someone else’s actions.
Then there are the essential modifications that you may have had to make to your home and lifestyle. For instance, you may have had to pay for a ramp to be installed to your home if you are forced into a wheelchair, and if you are made to give up playing football or going to the gym then you should be compensated for the changes forced upon you.
Making your compensation claim
You also shouldn’t have to worry about finding the money to pay for us to represent you, and that’s why we don’t charge any upfront fees for legal representation. All of our lawyers work on a no-win no-fee* basis and the only fees that we do take are claimed at a maximum of 25% of any compensation you are awarded.
To find out if you might be eligible to make a claim takes just 30 seconds with our online test. Just answer a few simple questions relating to your accident, and we’ll tell you if you may be entitled to pursue a case.
Should you have any questions about the claims process, just give us a call for free on 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile.
Date Published: 29th August 2015
Author: David Brown