Accident Advice Helpline is a nationwide law firm with offices all over the UK. We are a law firm specialising in accident compensation claims and personal injury claims. In order to help and assist accident victims with their claims we have teams of in house solicitors. All of these in house solicitors take on claims on a one hundred percent no win no fee basis. Wherever an accident victim may be in the UK we have a solicitor in or around the area that can help. For example, you may be in the Livingston area and you may be looking for solicitor who can help and advise you on no win no fee claims in Livingston. If this is the case then you should speak to Accident Advice Helpline.
No win no fee claims in Livingston
An in house solicitor here at Accident Advice Helpline can take on any no win no fee claims in Livingston. They can also help accident victims with any type of accident compensation claim or personal injury claim. Accident victims are people whom have been hurt in accidents which were not their own fault. These people have a right to make a claim and seek cash compensation for any injuries, expenses and damages. When we talk about claiming for damages these are often referred to as “special damages”.
Special damages are usually split into two different types. These two types are known as incidental special damages and consequential special damages. Incidental damages are related to your situation following the accident. For example, they will cover any medical expenses or if your accident was a road traffic accident it could be expenses of having your car repaired.
The scope of expenses which can be claimed with consequential damages is much wider. One of the major benefits of any special damages related to a compensation claim is the ability to claim for loss of earnings due to time off work recovering, or if unable to continue working. The loss of pension contributions while off work is also covered.
If your injuries are serious enough to warrant the services of a carer then the claim will include the cost of the care, even if a member of your own family is the carer. If your injuries are devastating and your home has to be adapted that expense can be claimed as special damages.
Consequential special damages do not have to be related to the injuries you suffer. Damage to property can also be taken into account. A good example is a road traffic accident claim. While your car is being repaired you will need alternative ways to get to work. That will also be expensive and under special damages those costs can also be claimed, be they bus or train fares or the cost of car hire.
Contact Accident Advice Helpline now
All you need to do is dial 0800 689 0500 from your land line, or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile in order to chat to our expert advisers.
Date Published: 17th August 2014