You may want to make road accident claims in Waveney if you have had a road accident which you know was not your fault, and have proof to back up the fact that another driver caused it. However, if you have not had life-changing injuries, you may not feel that you are able to make a claim for compensation, as nothing in your life has really had to change. If you have not had very serious injuries, but still want to make compensation claims, here are some of the things that you should be able to claim for.
A broken bone may not affect your life too much, or barely at all if all you have broken is a finger or smaller bone elsewhere. However, a broken bone is still a legitimate injury and one which it is possible to make a claim for compensation because of. You will receive less money according to how minor the injury is, but nonetheless should be entitled to something.
Many people every day claim compensation for whiplash, and although it is a minor injury compared to the injuries that you can sustain as the result of an accident, it is still something which affects your life. Whiplash can be quite painful and you should be able to get a decent payout depending on how bad it is.
Although it is easier to make a claim for post-traumatic stress when you have also suffered very serious physical injuries, this doesn’t mean that you can’t claim for it without. If your doctor is willing to sign you off from work because of it, you should be able to claim compensation for it.
Making road accident claims in Waveney
If you do want to go ahead and make road accident claims in Waveney after your road accident, you should be able to do so using an experienced injury lawyer, who is able to put together the strongest possible case for compensation on your behalf.
Call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile, or text “claim365” to 88010 to speak to the team about your accident and find out more about the claims process. The team will be able to let you know whether or not you have a strong case for compensation and then pass you over to an injury lawyer who can make a claim for you, on your behalf. You may not even have to go to court, as your lawyer will work hard to get your case settled as quickly and simply as possible.
Date Published: 24th June 2015
Author: David Brown