Anyone in the UK who has had an injury in an accident that was not their fault can make a claim using personal injury solicitors. If another person has caused you harm it is only just that you receive compensation for your injuries. Contacting professional injury solicitors for a consultation should be your first step toward receiving the compensation that rightfully belongs to you. Take our 30-second test to see if you can make a claim.
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There are a wide range of personal injuries you can claim compensation for using personal injury solicitors if another party was at fault. If you are injured in a car accident because of someone’s poor or reckless driving you can claim compensation for your injuries, including whiplash. You can also claim for injuries sustained in pedestrian, motorbike or cycling accidents in which you were not at fault.
Personal injury solicitors can help you make a compensation claim for injuries received in the workplace, public spaces or private spaces where the employer, council or property owner was to blame. Examples of common accidents in these places include slips, trips and falls. These often result in cuts, scars, broken bones, head injuries and back injuries.
Unfortunately, serious conditions like paralysis and non-traumatic brain injury can result from medical negligence, for example if the wrong drug dose is given or a mistake is made in surgery. If the medical professional was at fault, you can claim compensation.
How much compensation?
Each specific case is unique. If you have received a personal injury through an accident that was somebody else’s fault, your first action should be to contact a professional and reputable personal injury claims company who will put you in touch with personal injury solicitors for a consultation. Get the compensation you deserve for the emotional distress, painful injury and disruption to your life and work you have suffered.
What is covered?
Some of the compensation covers your pain and suffering. This is assessed with the assistance of expert medical evidence. There are guidelines referred to by the court for the amounts payable in respect of particular injuries. The rest covers all your financial losses and expenses – both past and future. This can include loss of earnings and travel costs to and from hospital appointments.
Accident Advice Helpline can help you take the first steps you need to take to make a compensation claim. Give our team a call on 0800 689 0500 to discuss things in more detail.
Date Published: 21st January 2013