Every day we go about our daily business, taking care of ourselves and our family. We drive with due care and consideration for other road users. We act in a way that keeps us safe and those around us too. This is why your injuries and the impact that they have had on you and your life are harder to deal with. The accident was someone else’s fault in Porthcawl and you are now living with the consequences. It is unfair.
How do you feel after your accident?
Accidents are traumatic. They leave us feeling a whole array of different emotions, as well as physical symptoms.
Pain is common and difficult to deal with too. You may not sleep very well, and you may suffer unpleasant flashbacks. You may try to be cheerful and upbeat in the face of diversity, but you are depressed and struggling.
You may also be angry. Not many people talk about this deep emotion because they think that it means they are weak or being over-dramatic. But when your accident was someone else’s fault in Porthcawl, you may feel angry, perhaps even bitter at the unfairness of it all.
Can you claim if your accident was someone else’s fault in Porthcawl?
Compensation does not make everything magically better. But, it can help to lessen the feeling that you are suffering through no fault of your own. It can lessen financial worries too.
Many people when they have been hurt in an accident, find that they have financial woes too. Not being able to work, for example, can cause income to drop and yet expenses seem to be creeping up.
But, knowing if you have an eligible claim is a good question to ask and one that you should ask Accident Advice Helpline.
By calling us, we will quickly assess your claim against the criteria as laid down in personal injury law, giving you an initial indication of whether your claim has all the ingredient of success.
We have already established that the accident was someone else’s fault and this is the first box ticked. Secondly, we need to look at when the accident happened because there is a three-year deadline within which time you must lodge your complaint – find out how this deadline is applied by calling us.
Thirdly, your injuries will need to be assessed not to draw conclusions that you were hurt, but the impact these injuries have had and so on.
Why not call Accident Advice Helpline today?
Call us on 0800 689 0500 to discuss your case. If you’re calling from a mobile, call 0333 500 0993. We’re waiting for you to call to discuss how we can help you claim compensation for your injuries that were someone else’s fault in Porthcawl.
Date Published: 2nd November 2015
Author: David Brown