Do you need to make East Kilbride personal injury claims after suffering a leg injury?
If you’ve suffered a leg injury, you may have various treatment options, depending on the type of injury you’ve sustained. If you’ve suffered a relatively minor injury, such as a torn muscle or strain, you may simply need to take painkillers and rest in order to allow the injury to heal. If, however, you’ve suffered a more serious injury, such as a broken bone or fracture, you may need surgery followed by physiotherapy. If you’ve suffered nerve damage to your leg it may be particularly difficult to treat as some types of nerve damage are irreversible. However, in such cases, doctors are often able to prescribe treatment which can help to relieve pain or increase your mobility.
As some injuries can require ongoing treatment, your recovery period may be prolonged. During this time, you may be unable to perform some of your normal activities. You may find it hard to drive, for example, and you may be unable to play sports or exercise properly.
If you find that you need to take time off work to recover, you may worry about how this will affect your finances. If your income is affected, there is a chance that you could claim this back by making East Kilbride personal injury claims.
If someone or something else is responsible for your injuries and you obtain compensation from them by making East Kilbride personal injury claims, your compensation could be increased to reflect any loss of income or financial loss that you’ve suffered as a result of the injury. If you would like to claim your income back when you make your East Kilbride personal injury claims, it’s important to let your solicitor or lawyer know so that they can make the necessary arrangements.
If you do decide to make East Kilbride personal injury claims, you will probably wish to seek advice and assistance from a personal injury law firm. Unfortunately, this can be expensive if the law firm you work with charges costly upfront fees. However, there are other ways to get help so you needn’t let the thought of expensive legal bills put you off making a claim.
At Accident Advice Helpline, we always work with our claimants on a ‘no win, no fee*’ basis so you won’t have to pay any upfront fees in order to make East Kilbride personal injury claims with us. In addition to this, we always provide free, no obligation advice so you can get help with your East Kilbride personal injury claims without having to pay anything at all!
To find out more about making East Kilbride personal injury claims with us, why not get in touch? You can call Accident Advice Helpline at any time on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 if you’re calling from a mobile and we’ll always be happy to help with your compensation claim.
Date Published: 1st October 2014