What to do after a serious injury in Bourne End
If you’ve had a serious injury in Bourne End the emergency services will have attended and taken you to hospital. This is the best place for you right now and you must concentrate on your recovery.
Your stay in hospital will depend on the severity of your injuries and how quickly you’re able to recover. Your recovery will depend on your age and fitness level. It will also depend on the amount of support you get from family and friends. It’s well known that the mind, body and spirit combine to keep us well.
That’s a lot of depending isn’t it. We’d like to add one more to the list and tell you that you can depend on Accident Advice Helpline after a serious injury in Bourne End that wasn’t your fault.
How we help a victim of a serious injury in Bourne End
We leave the medical experts to do what they can to speed your recovery. Your injuries may be life changing or you may be able to make a full recovery. Whatever the situation is for you, we’d like you to know how we can improve life for you.
Accidents are expensive. A serious injury in Bourne End can eat into your finances in no time. Loss of earnings, paying for domestic help, travel expenses, the list goes on. How will you cope in the future if you can’t work? How will your family cope? It can be a very worrying time.
We know that money isn’t the be all of everything. You’d rather not have suffered a serious injury in Bourne End, we know that. However this accident wasn’t your fault and a substantial sum in personal injury compensation can help you recover. Take it from us, our clients tell us what a difference it can make when money worries disappear.
This is how we work. No-win, no-fee means just that. If your claim is unsuccessful you won’t pay your lawyer’s fees. You won’t pay anything up front either.
If your accident happened in the last three years then you have a strong case. Speak to one of our legal advisors today and get all the information you need to start a claim. It will be a positive step in your recovery.
The numbers to call are 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone. We’ll answer all your questions and give you some hope for the future.
Date Published: 27th December 2013
Author: Emma Matthews