We can help you with your accident compensation needs
Living in pain after being injured can be very difficult. The pain itself makes day to day life hard, perhaps you aren’t able to prepare your own food, to care for your children, to bathe yourself without assistance.
Perhaps it’s stopping you being able to drive, making simple things like running errands, going shopping, dropping your children off at school, unmanageable. Perhaps you aren’t able to do your job as a result of your injury…
It can be traumatic if an injury prevents you from being able to work. Particularly when there are extra costs, like paying for groceries to be delivered, paying for public transport for yourself and your family to follow your usual routines, paying for childcare or pet care that you wouldn’t usually have to pay for, not to mention loss of income if you aren’t able to work.
This can make covering your bills very difficult – and the stress and worry of all of these things can make your health even worse, making it harder to heal from the original injury, making all these issues continue for longer than you first thought – making you even more concerned than you were before.
If your injury was in a road accident, or at work, you may not be sure if it’s the right thing to sue for damages in Suffolk – but you need to consider the financial difficulties and ongoing trauma that the injury has caused.
I want to sue for damages in Suffolk – but I’m not sure how?
Suing for damages isn’t about revenge, or blame. It’s about responsibility.
And if someone else is responsible for the accident that injured you, and can cover the costs that you’ve incurred (usually through insurance, not personal funds) it is their responsibility to cover those costs.
Accident Advice Helpline can help you to sue for damages in Suffolk or anywhere else in the UK.
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If you have been injured and someone else caused the incident it might mean that you are entitled to compensation, and suing for damages is a straightforward process, wherein you rarely need to attend court. You usually won’t even need to attend your specialist personal injury lawyer’s office.
Call Accident Advice Helpline’s freephone number – 0800 180 4123 – to speak to a highly trained adviser today to discuss your situation and find out whether you are entitled to compensation from the person or company responsible for your injury.
Date Published: 2nd July 2014
Author: Jan Newell