You’re probably aware that if you’ve been injured in an accident which was not your fault, you have the right to make a claim for compensation. In deciding whether to make a claim for compensation, many people consider how a legal action will affect them as well as thinking about the likely cost of compensation lawyers in North Devon.
At Accident Advice Helpline, all cases are handled on a No Win No Fee basis, meaning there are no up-front fees to pay for any cases we handle. To assess the validity of your claim, we operate a 30 second test which can quickly assess whether you’re able to make a claim and from then on we’ll manage the claim on your behalf, leaving you to recuperate in peace.
Although every accident is completely different and is likely to give a victim a variety of different symptoms and prognoses, there are some which have common symptoms and may cause similar levels of pain. Spinal or back damage for example is rarely pleasant and is one of the injuries most likely to cause long term health complications.
Spinal and back injuries are common as the result of a variety of accidents. Although you might consider that only a serious accident such as a vehicle collision could cause a back injury, smaller falls, trips and even poor quality seating (over a period of time) is enough to cause a serious spinal complaint.
Although some back and spinal injuries may heal through rest or physiotherapy, others may require surgery or may even cause permanent disability. In addition, even the smallest of spinal complaints may cause significant pain and suffering for the victim.
Assessing the cost of compensation lawyers in North Devon for your spinal injury
It is our belief at Accident Advice Helpline that if you’ve been injured in an accident which you weren’t responsible for causing, you should not be left to suffer. Compensation can come not only in the form of a financial settlement but also as a formal apology to you for your suffering.
A spinal injury could leave you needing to take time away from your family and social activities as you recover, as well as potentially meaning a disruption to your work and income.
To assess whether you have a valid claim for compensation from the person responsible for your spinal injury, call Accident Advice Helpline today on 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.
Date Published: 14th August 2015
Author: David Brown