West Oxfordshire is home to a renowned drama school in England. The River Thames flows through the region. Several parts of the district were seriously affected by the floods of 2007.
Many people sustain back injuries in different types of accidents. In our experience, the following types of accidents are likely to cause one to sustain such injuries:
- Work-related accidents
- Car accidents
- Cycle accidents
Do you feel that you have sustained such injuries and have evidence to prove that they were through no fault of your own? Fortunately, you can make an injury compensation claim in West Oxfordshire. If you have enough evidence to prove your innocence, you will be awarded a sum of money in compensation.
What is the first thing you need to do after sustaining a back injury?
Well, the first thing that anyone in your position should do is to visit a medical professional. Medical reports, X-ray scans and MRI tests can be conducted to determine whether you were suffering from any pre-existing injuries or genetic diseases, which you might not have been aware of.
Will such tests have any impact on an injury compensation claim in West Oxfordshire?
These tests certainly will and do have an impact on such claims. You see, when you form an accident compensation claim, you are preparing the grounds on which to claim against your opponent. You will be required to have an independent medical check. Claimants are also required to specify the sum of money that they feel they are entitled to.
If it is discovered that you were suffering from a pre-existing disease or condition- even if you had no intentions to hide the fact- this will affect the sum of money, which you are likely to win in compensation.
A doctor’s testimony and findings will add substance and weight to your claim, and improve your chances of winning.
What can Accident Advice Helpline do to help a claimant?
Accident Advice Helpline has a team of solicitors that will guide and inform you, on what you can do to improve your chances of winning. These solicitors will let you know of alternatives and different ways and methods via which, you might be able to improve your chances of being compensated.
If you are considering hiring us for our services, dial 0800 689 0500 to speak to our advisers. If you are in need of urgent help or advice, you can dial 0333 500 0993 from your mobile phone instead. Our advisers will provide you with all the information you need about forming an accident compensation claim in West Oxfordshire.
Date Published: 12th July 2015
Author: David Brown