Are you claiming compensation in Adur due to being injured through no fault of your own?
If you suffer a serious injury, it may take you some time to recover. If, for example, you suffer a broken or fractured bone, the affected area may need to be set in plaster until it has healed fully. You may even need an operation in order to repair the damage and prevent anything else from occurring.
Whilst medical intervention may be able to help some injuries, there is a possibility that you could be left with long term injuries that can’t be fixed. If, for example, your injury affects your nerves, doctors may be unable to repair this damage.
Fortunately, this type of injury is relatively rare but it could be devastating if it happens to you. Often, people will suffer damage to the nerve endings in their hands and feet which means that they can find that their movement and mobility is affected. Although it might be possible for you to carry on as normal with these injuries, if the damage is more severe, or other areas are affected, you may find it more difficult. You may wish to put in a claim for compensation in Adur, or wherever else it may be that you live.
If, for example, your work involves using a computer, and your injuries make it difficult for you to type, you may be forced to find another type of role or to give up work completely. Obviously, this can have a significant effect on your life and you may find it difficult to cope with.
Claiming compensation in Adur for an injury when someone else was to blame
If the injuries you’ve sustained weren’t your fault, you may want to make a claim for compensation in Adur, rather than suffering in silence. Providing you can show that you weren’t at fault, and that someone or something else caused your injuries, there is a good chance that you could be owed financial compensation for the suffering you’ve been through.
As well as obtaining compensation in Adur (or indeed anywhere else here in the UK) for your injuries, you could claim additional compensation if your ability to work has been affected. If, for example, you do have to give up work because you’ve been injured, the courts may take into account your future loss of earnings when they calculated your compensation award.
Although anyone who has been injured because of someone or something else could make a compensation claim, if your ability to work has been affected, you may find it even more important to register a claim. Rather than letting your injuries affect you financially, why not contact Accident Advice Helpline to find out how we can help you?
Find out how Accident Advice Helpline can help
We’re well equipped to help new claimants find out more about the claims procedure, and we even provide free, no obligation advice so you can find out anything you need to know without having to pay a penny when you contact us.
To find out more, call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 from any landline, or on 0333 500 0993 if you’re calling from a mobile, and we’ll do our very best to help.
Take the bull by the horns and call us today.
Date Published: 30th July 2014
Author: David Brown