Financial problems after an accident? You need solicitors in Brae
Brae is on the Shetland Isles in Scotland. If you live there and have been in an accident which was caused by someone else you may not be able to go to work. Obviously this is going to cause financial problems and therefore it is wise to look into the possibility of claiming compensation with solicitors in Brae. You should telephone Accident Advice Helpline to find out what can be done.
A ‘no win, no fee*’ basis
Due to a wealth of experience, Accident Advice Helpline understands that after suffering injuries, folks might not feel that great either mentally or physically. This is why most claims can be processed by telephone and all the advisers are especially trained to make it an easy procedure for you. To start off with, your trained adviser will guide you through a four question test which takes about 30 seconds. This is simply to find out whether solicitors in Brae might take your case on. If they do and they win, it will be on a ‘no win, no fee*’ basis.
Don’t put off what could really help your financial situation. To find out more about solicitors in Brae, telephone Accident Advice Helpline now. The freephone lines are permanently open. Call 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile phone on 0333 500 0993.
If you are injured and have young children, it can be a very upsetting time for both yourself and the children. It causes anxiety for you because they cannot jump all over you when cuddling and you cannot run and play with them either. Small children get frightened by this and depending upon their ages, they think all sorts of things. Some think that they have done something wrong and ones who have experienced people disappearing through death imagine that they are going to lose mummy.
It helps them to understand
It is imperative therefore that you make them understand that you are not playing with them because your body needs to get better and it is definitely not their fault. If they are older, perhaps they imagine that you are going to die, but if you know that you will get better, make plans with them for the future, this will help them to understand that the way you are now is not forever.
Sharing anything with your children will give your children comfort so even if you can’t take them to the playground or roll on the rug with them, if you can watch their favourite television programme with them and talk about it afterwards, they will feel as if they still have mummy. A really good way to keep a line of connection open with your children if you are stuck in bed is to write them silly insults on a piece of paper. This is a particular delight for children who are just learning to read. When they decipher what you have said they will be pleased with themselves but more importantly will know that you are thinking of them and that you are not too ill because you are still funny mummy.