Compensation for future pain
UK health and safety regulations protect any person in a public space from harm or injury. At the opposite end of this scale, the same law also ensures that anyone who is injured in an accident they weren’t responsible for can make a head injury claim in Enfield, if that is the sort of injury they suffered. Through such a claim, the accident victim can seek the financial compensation they’re entitled to.
In some cases, an accident might seem small, but the ongoing problems it leaves a victim with may be far larger. Making a head injury claim in Enfield may be done in consideration of any future pain or suffering your injuries force you to endure, as well as your current circumstances.
There is no such thing as a small head injury. Even a glancing blow or a ricochet has the potential to cause long term, serious damage to the brain and skull. It could be that you’re left with a long term disorder such as epilepsy or amnesia or you could be left with long term headaches.
In either event, what is certain is that your life may be considerably altered as the result of an accident you weren’t responsible for. You may need to have support from family and friends, you may be left unable to socialise or work, or you may require care and assistance from a professional or a care facility. All or any of these outcomes could contribute to your prolonged suffering.
Making a head injury claim in Enfield
The law allows people like you to make a head injury claim in Enfield because the accident which altered their life or caused their severe injuries was not their fault. Compensation may be awarded if it can be shown that the injuries would not have been caused were it not for the actions or negligence of a third party.
To find out if you are eligible to make an accident injury claim you can contact us at Accident Advice Helpline today. We will be able to provide you with free, no obligation advice if you call us on our free phone helpline: 0800 689 0500 Alternatively, if you are going to be calling from a mobile you can do so on 0333 500 0993.
No matter how you get in touch we will go through your options with you and will do all we can to make sure that you get the outcome that you deserve.
Date Published: 8th April 2015
Author: David Brown