If you have never been involved in a road traffic accident in any way either as a driver, pedestrian or cyclist then you may not know just how much it can change your life. There is an endless list of injuries that can be sustained from mild injuries like cuts and bruise to in worst cases spinal or brain damage.
In some cases victims of road traffic accidents recover from their injuries in just a number of weeks but in other cases people do not always fully recover, not to mention the emotional scars that can remain in the aftermath of an accident which can have an effect on the rest of victims lives.
Emotional trauma can also be caused by other types of accidents. Every day all over the U.K people suffer from personal injuries incurred in accidents of different sorts. You could suffer from a personal injury from a slip, trip or fall, or you may be the unfortunate victim of a crime that leaves you injured. There are also very unusual circumstances like receiving the wrong medical treatment from a doctor.
Another way you could sustain an injury is in an accident at work. The sort of injuries that you could get while at work will depend on the environment in which you work in and what type of work you do. Some of these injuries can have a real impact on your life and of course be very painful.
They can even lead to what we mentioned above and often go unnoticed which is an emotional injury. If you sustain a facial injury you could be left with permanent scarring and even facial disfigurations which could be very traumatic and leave its victims feeling very depressed.
Emotional trauma from an accident is just as recognised in West Oxfordshire car accident claims as any physical injury. So if you have had an accident of any kind leaving you with injuries that needed medical attention in the last three years even if your injury is emotional not physical then you could be eligible to make a West Oxfordshire car accident claims for compensation.
How to make a West Oxfordshire car accident claims for compensation
You can contact the Accident Advice Helpline on our free phone number 0800 689 0500 and speak in confidence to a trained and professional advisor. Our advisors will aim to deal with everything for you over the phone. We will take all the stress and hassle out of making a personal injury claim. Our advisors will discuss the circumstances of your accident and ask questions to check you meet the criteria to make a personal injury claim. So why wait call now and make an enquiry, there is no obligation or pressure to proceed, the decision to make a claim is yours.
Date Published: 15th November 2014
Author: David Brown