Are you looking for head injury advice on the Isles of Scilly? Well, we here at Accident Advice Helpline are going to answer some of the most important questions we often get asked here.
Now, these are only the answers to some of the most common head injury advice on the Isles of Scilly questions. It is possible that your particular question will not be covered on this page. Have no fear, however, as our team of experienced advisors are standing by to take your questions. There is absolutely no obligation during those initial phone calls. We really do love to help out.
Who will compensation be claimed from?
Well, this will be dependent on what actually caused your injuries. If you suffered head injuries in the workplace, it is likely that we will be claiming the compensation from the insurance company of your employer. If you suffered them elsewhere, we will be recovering compensation from the party at fault.
Try not to worry yourself too much about this. It is up to the team at Accident Advice Helpline to determine who should actually be paying compensation to you. All you need to do is provide us with the evidence that we need in order to establish who owes you money.
Do you need a medical report?
We can only proceed with your compensation claim if you are able to provide us with a medical report which details your head injuries. If you do not have one prepared soon after the accident, we will be unable to help you. This is because the medical report forms the centre of your compensation claim. It fulfils two purposes:
- The medical report will be used to determine how much compensation you are entitled to. The majority of your compensation will come from the severity of your injuries. This is why you should obtain the medical report as soon as possible after you were injured. This ensures that the report is as accurate as possible and this, therefore, ensures that you are able to claim the maximum amount of compensation available.
- The medical report will be used to prove that you have suffered from an injury. If you are unable to prove that you are suffering from an injury, you can’t claim compensation. After all, if there is no proof that an injury has been suffered, why should the defending party pay out on a compensation claim? You may have not actually suffered any loss.
Are you looking for more head injury advice on the Isles of Scilly?
Call Accident Advice Helpline today on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 if you are calling from a mobile for more head injury advice on the Isles of Scilly.
Date Published: 1st November 2015
Author: David Brown