How can I afford my prescriptions after being involved in a car accident?
Have you recently been involved in a car accident? Have you been prescribed pain-relief medication from your doctor? This can be good news in some respects as it can really speed up your recovery, but the cost can really start to add up and leave you worried about your finances.
This can be especially true if you are taking unpaid time away from employment due to your injuries. In this article, we take a look at what you need to know about affording your prescriptions, including information about working with no-win, no-fee lawyers in Bath and North East Somerset.
Consider buying a prescription prepayment certificate
Did you know that if you buy prescriptions on a regular basis, you could save money by buying a prescription prepayment certificate? You can order one online, or over the counter at certain local pharmacies. There are several options that will suit varying needs, but considering the cost of individual prescriptions, there are serious savings to be made by taking advantage of this initiative.
Struggling? Contact no-win, no-fee lawyers in Bath and North East Somerset
If the costs are starting to mount up and you’re getting concerned about how you’ll continue to meet your financial obligations, you should consider contacting no-win, no-fee lawyers in Bath and North East Somerset, or wherever in the UK you are currently based.
The potential compensation payment can go a long way towards covering your costs, and can really take a weight off you shoulders. Accident Advice Helpline is your best option here. Just call 0800 689 0500 from a landline, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile to speak to a trained advisor. We will answer any questions you might have about working with no-win, no-fee lawyers in Bath and North East Somerset.
Don’t leave it too long though before you take action. In most cases, there is a time restriction of just three years when it comes to making a claim.
Buying prescriptions can be really stressful after an accident, but it’s important to recognise that taking the medications as advised by your doctor can be very vital to your recovery, and you should make every effort possible to follow the instructions of medical professionals. If you follow the advice outlined in this article, the whole process should become much easier to manage.