Are you claiming road traffic accident compensation in Chichester for a head injury?
When accidents occur, they can leave people with various types of injuries. Perhaps the most serious types of injuries which can occur are head and brain injuries. Although these types of injuries do vary in severity, there are always considered serious and medical professionals normally undertake a number of tests to determine how badly the patient has been injured.
Although many people do go on to make a full recovery following a head injury, this can take time and people may need a variety of medical treatments. If you experience bleeding on the brain, for example, surgeons may need to perform surgery in order to alleviate the pressure and stem the bleeding.
Due to the seriousness of these types of injuries, they can have a significant effect on a person’s life. If you’ve sustained this type of injury, you may find that you’re unable to work for a time, that you suffer from mobility issues or that you are unable to care for yourself in the way you normally would.
If you sustained these injuries because of someone or something else, you may feel that it’s important to claim road traffic accident compensation in Chichester. By obtaining compensation for your injuries, you could secure your financial future and you could also claim back any expenses you’ve incurred due to the injury.
If you’re unlikely to be able to return to work, for example, you could be awarded compensation for your existing loss of income and your future loss of income.
When should you make a claim?
As people often need to spend quite a long time recovering from these types of injuries, you may not feel able to make your compensation claim straightaway. However, claimants generally have three years in which to obtain compensation after an accident has occurred so you could still have plenty of time in which to obtain compensation.
Contact Accident Advice Helpline
If you’ve been hurt in the last three years and you’re considering making a claim for road traffic accident compensation in Chichester, why not contact us and find out how we can help you? Providing the injury wasn’t your fault and you obtained medical help, there’s a good chance that we will be able to assist you with your claim.
If you simply want to discuss your eligibility or learn more about the claims process, we can help with that too. Our dedicated team even provide free no obligation advice so you can find out more about the claims process easily.
To find out more now, just call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 if you’re calling from a mobile and we’ll do everything we can to assist you with your claim.
Date Published: 21st May 2015
Author: David Brown