Has your balance been affected by an illness or injury?
Unfortunately, many types of illnesses and injuries can affect a person’s balance. Whilst many will only disrupt your balance temporarily, in some instances, sufferers can be left with permanent balance problems.
Whilst this may not sound too severe, it can be extremely disconcerting and frustrating. In addition to suffering side effects, such as nausea and dizziness, sufferers may find it hard to get around and may not be able to drive a car or function as they normally would.
Making a claim
When the problem occurs as a result of injuries caused by someone or something else, our solicitors in Wellow could help you to obtain compensation. Although claimants who make a claim often receive compensation for the original injuries they sustained, their compensation award can often be increased to reflect any side effects or consequences of the injury.
If for example, your injury will prevent you from working, you may lose a substantial amount of income. Even if your injuries allow you to work, you may be required to change job roles or industry which could also result in you losing money. However, in some cases, we will be able to argue that your compensation award should be increased to cover any income you will lose.
Similarly, if you’re unable to carry out everyday tasks or drive as a result of the injury, we may claim additional compensation due to these factors.
You can rely on our specialist solicitors in Wellow
Although many people are keen to know how much compensation we could help them to claim, it can be difficult to predict this information. As each compensation award is unique, it can be difficult to compare your situation to anyone else’s in order to determine how much you might receive.
However, if you’d like to know how much your claim is worth, we can help. In order to help claimants find out how much compensation they could be eligible to receive, we’ve launched our 30-second test. Our 30-second test takes your injuries into account in order to provide a realistic estimate of just how much compensation we could help you to claim for.
If you’d like to take our 30-second test, just visit Accident Advice Helpline online now!
Call Accident Advice Helpline today
Alternatively if you’ve got questions about the claims process or you’d like to know more about making a claim before you commit to going ahead, why not contact a member of our personal injury team?
We’ll be happy to provide free no obligation advice so that you can find out whatever you need to know without incurring any unwanted legal fees or charges.
Simply call Accident Advice Helpline on: 0800 689 0500 from a landline or: 0333 500 0993 if you’re calling from a mobile phone.
Date Published: 19th May 2014