The hidden costs of personal injury claims
Personal injuries have a number of associated costs which many people don’t consider, and for a number of reasons may not decide to make a personal injury claim. However, if you suffer an accident that wasn’t your fault, whether at work, out on the road or even walking on a premises or business, you could find that you are out of pocket for a number of reasons, some of which are outlined below. If that is the case, you may want to consult a lawyer in Rhosneigr to see how you could make a personal injury claim.
Costs associated with personal injury claims
There are a number of reasons why you may be out of pocket following a personal injury, including:
- Medical costs – if you opt to go for private for medical treatment in order to heal quicker or for specialist care such as physiotherapy, you may be forced to pay heavy medical bills in order to recover.
- Loss of earnings – some personal injuries may require you to be off work, for an extended period in a number of cases. If your company doesn’t offer sick leave or you’re self-employed, you could find yourself without any income and therefore at risk of getting yourself into debt or being unable to pay your bills.
- Care costs – some injuries could prevent you from caring for others including children or elderly relatives as well as prevent you from carrying out day-to-day activities such as cleaning or shopping. In this case, you may need to pay out for additional help.
How easy is it to make a claim with a lawyer in Rhosneigr?
If your accident was in the last three years and was someone else’s fault, you may be entitled to compensation, and you can discuss your case with an experienced lawyer in Rhosneigr to see if your eligible. As a small village, Rhosneigr may not have a large number of solicitors with experience in dealing with personal injury claims and so a national law firm like Accident Advice Helpline may be better placed to deal with your claim.
How can I get in touch with AAH
Accident Advice Helpline have made it easy to get in contact to discuss your case and if you choose to contact them instead of a lawyer in Rhosneigr, you can contact their 24-hour advice line for more information, contact them via their website or by email. Their friendly experienced team will help you to decide if you are eligible as well as help you with the next steps should you decide to proceed.
Date Published: 2nd March 2014
Author: Jan Newell