A car accident, an accident at work or a slip, trip or fall could cause a serious spinal injury and have a devastating effect on a person. In many cases an injury to your spine could leave you out of work, as well as require ongoing specialist care. You may not even be able to conceive how you could develop a spinal injury, but it could happen at any time.
It’s important to know that there’s help available to you if you were to suffer a spinal injury, and a personal injury lawyer is there for you to help you claim compensation. Claiming for a spinal injury not only seeks to get you compensation for your injuries, but to compensate for out-of-pocket expenses you’ve had to pay as a result of your injury. Some of the long term effects of a spinal injury could affect your mobility, requiring ongoing care for the rest of your life.
Coping with a spinal injury
The symptoms of a spinal injury can vary according to your condition. Some injuries may be mild, with little treatment required, whereas treating a spinal injury which is more serious could lead to months or several years of rehabilitation.
During your recovery, you may find that you suffer financially as well as physically. Being unable to work can drain your finances – especially if you’ve had to pay out for added care costs during your recovery. The compensation you could receive by making a claim could make a big difference to your situation whilst you recover.
If you’re concerned about the cost of claiming for a spinal injury, then don’t be. Accident Advice Helpline work on a no win, no fee* basis, easing worries you may have had about being left out of pocket whilst making a claim.Open Claim Calculator
How Accident Advice Helpline can help
Accident Advice Helpline has a specialist team of advisers and solicitors ready to help you with your claim. You can contact us for advice about your claim with no obligation to proceed. Provided you can prove that your accident was someone else’s fault and caused your spinal injury, you should be in a good position to claim.
Getting started on your claim is easy and hassle-free – simply call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 from landlines or 0333 500 0993 from mobiles to speak to an adviser and find out whether or not you could be in the chance of receiving compensation for your injury.