Often we assume that victims all have a profile, a particular set of traits that set them apart; we have all been educated that victims have a mentality that makes them a victim and to some degree, this thought process may be true. However, what about accident victims in life-changing personal injury lawyer cases? Are there typical accident victims?
Is there a typical victim in life-changing personal injury cases?
The fact is accident compensation is about claiming compensation for a negligent act by one party to another. So the innocent victims are exactly that; innocent victims. They are not the party that we should be looking to in life-changing personal injury lawyer cases. It is perhaps the employers and the party inflicting the injury as a result of negligence that have a certain character profile that makes them ‘typical’.
Often, in injury compensation claims, it is an employer who has been flippant and blasé about the law and has displayed a cavalier attitude toward the safety of employees. In road traffic accidents, those who have been driving too fast have the character traits of someone who thinks it will never happen to them. In adopting this cavalier attitude, these perpetrators of accident mayhem would seem to have the typical characteristic. In personal injury lawyer cases, some of these organisations are defiant to the last and even when confronted with the victims of the accident, they show little or no remorse.
Independent companies like Accident Advice Helpline (AAH) have been working extensively for over 15 years with hundreds of solicitors to redress the balance of this view that victims of accidents have a typical profile. When winning compensation for the innocent victims of negligence in life-changing personal injury lawyer cases, precedents are continually established showing that negligent employers and negligent drivers are the ones who have the characters flaws; the typical profile that is often displayed repeatedly.
As long as there are those in society who think it is acceptable to live their lives regardless of the lives of those around them, then companies like AAH will continue to act on behalf of the victims. A Freephone call or quick visit to www.accidentadvicehelpline.co.uk can make all the difference to a victim’s life. Sometimes the damage caused to victims cannot be reversed and no amount of money can restore the quality of life once enjoyed. However, the award from a compensation claim can speak volumes more than the pure financial gain. The fact that an individual was not a victim by choice or attitude, serves a far greater good than money alone and shows to the world at large that those perpetrators of accidents are the ones who are at fault, they are the ones with character flaws and society should perhaps be viewing their character profiles.
Simply call Accident Advice Helpline on their freephone numbers 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile to get the ball rolling.
Date Published: 24th January 2013
Author: David Brown