Suffering a serious public transport accident in Nuneaton and Bedworth could lead to all sorts of physical complications which might make it hard for you to get back to work or otherwise into your day-to-day routine. Even if your physical injuries are healed quite quickly, you may find that emotionally you struggle to get back to normal after your accident and that this can make it hard to get back to your regular life.
Here are some of the things you might suffer with after such an accident, and how claiming compensation might help.
Being afraid to leave the house
A public transport accident is something that no one expects to happen, which is why it can take such a long time to heal from emotionally. If you have not dealt properly with the emotional ramifications of your accident, you may slowly find that you struggle to catch public transport, or even leave the house.
Counselling will help with this, and is more effective if you pay for it privately and get it started right away.
Struggling to get around
If you are a driver, or walk around a lot, the injuries that you have sustained as a result of your accident may cause you to struggle to get around easily. Compensation can come in incredibly useful in this case, as it offers you the money you need to pay for private transport such as taxis.
It may also help you to pay for private driving lessons which could offer you a little more support as you are getting used to being back on the road, following your accident. Just having another person in the car with you can be very soothing.
How claiming for your public transport accident in Nuneaton and Bedworth can help you
Although you might think that you don’t particularly need the money from a compensation claim, following a public transport accident in Nuneaton and Bedworth, you may find that it offers you the finances you need to get various types of help. This will help you to get back to your regular routine faster than otherwise. Compensation can pay for private medical treatment and counselling, as well as things like time off work.
Call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile, or you can text “claim365” to 88010 to discuss your accident with the team and find out more about making a claim, as well as to make a start on your claim if you do decide that this is the right next step for you.
Date Published: 6th September 2015
Author: David Brown