Sometimes luck just doesn’t seem to be on our side and you may find yourself involved in an accident that isn’t your fault. The accident may end with a minor injury that heals itself within time, or, in some cases you may end up living with an injury that causes you some severe discomfort and effects your everyday life such as a non fault spine injury.
You may found yourself the victim of a road traffic accident, or a serious slip or fall in a public place, perhaps you are injured at work using equipment that is faulty, or performing tasks that you have not had adequate training for. Where ever the accident you may end up with an injury that is difficult to live with.
Non fault spine injury
One of the most debilitating injuries are those in the category non fault spine injury. For those that find themselves with a spine injury they may find themselves struggling to complete normal tasks such as driving, working and looking after family. You may choose to suffer in silence, or you may want to take action in the form of a personal injury claim.
Personal injury claims are a way to obtain the compensation that you deserve for not only the problems that you have encountered, and pain that you have had to live with but also any expenses that relate to the spine injury.
For the very best in advice and compensation there is Accident Advice Helpline, for over 10 years Accident Advice Helpline has been there for victims of accidents that have left them with a variety of painful inflictions. Our dedicated team of advisers are available to discuss your particular circumstances over the telephone, and offer you a link to one of our 200 legal partners, all looking to win your case.
Making a claim is not a difficult process, and your claim can be dealt with via the telephone with minimal disruption to your life. In fact, it is unlikely that you will be asked to even attend the court hearing, which may be a weight off of your mind. The only appointment that you may be asked to attend is a medical assessment, which will help your legal representative to ascertain the extent of your injury, or the injury that you are claiming for and provide the evidence at your hearing.
Prior to making your claim there are certain key point to remember
- You can claim if you have been involved in an accident that wasn’t your fault.
- Your claim must be made within 3 years of the date of the accident, although there are certain exclusions to this rule, such as the victim being a minor at the time of the accident.
- Keep receipts relating to expenses, this will help calculate the amount that you may be entitled too.
- Every case is different and time-scales and final amounts can only ever be estimated based on the situation and the injuries that you received.
- You may be asked to attend a medical assessment to verify your injuries.
If you bear all of these points in mind and meet the criteria of making a claim, then call Accident Advice Helpline today, and get the compensation you deserve for your injury on 0800 689 0500 from a landline or dial 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.