Difficulty with mobility after an accident? Need ‘no win, no fee’ Market Harborough compensation?
The injuries and immediate aftermath of an accident are difficult enough to deal with but when the injuries have healed (wounds, cuts, bruises etc) some accident victims find that they have difficulty with their mobility. Dealing with a lack of or reduced mobility is something that many accident victims find very hard to deal with especially if they have been particularly active beforehand. At Accident Advice Helpline, with our ‘no win, no fee’ Market Harborough solicitors, we have dealt with many cases where just such a scenario has unfolded. We all rely on our ability to be mobile and when that is taken away from us – or drastically diminished – it can have a huge effect on the quality of our lives. This is especially difficult if it has been the result of an accident that was not our fault and could have been avoided given the right amount of care and attention on the behalf of others. Our mobility can be greatly impaired because of:
- Fractured bones
- Broken bones
- Severe tissue damage
- Severe nerve damage
- Loss of a limb (arm or leg)
- Spinal injuries
- Neck injuries
- Joint injuries
- Injury to load-bearing limbs such as the legs
For some people this reduction in mobility can not only be physically demanding but also have a serious impact on their mental and emotional well being.
My current lack of mobility is not my fault – can ‘no win, no fee’ Market Harborough lawyers help me?
Accidents can happen for a whole host of reasons and if you have suffered an accident that was not your fault, then Accident Advice Helpline and our ‘no win, no fee’ Market Harborough solicitors may be able to help you with a claim for compensation. Problems with mobility not only affect you but those around you and can have serious repercussions on how you conduct yourself in the workplace as well as in your life outside of the workplace. Reduced mobility may leave some people unable to carry out certain tasks at work or at home and indeed in certain circumstances mean that they are not able to work at all. And therein another set of problems unfold because an inability to work can lead to financial difficulties. These things added together can lead to higher than normal levels of stress.
What can I do about my lack of mobility?
If the accident you have suffered happened within the last three years and was not the result of your own actions then you may well qualify for ‘no win, no fee’ Market Harborough compensation. Being immobile – or even partially so – may lead to a requirement for specialist equipment or medical care in order that you may regain some movement. Accident Advice Helpline and our ‘no win, no fee’ Market Harborough solicitors can help assess your eligibility for compensation. Contact Accident Advice Helpline on our 24 hour a day (7 days a week) landline number 0800 689 0500 or mobile number (also staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week) 0333 500 0993 and a member of our team will make an initial assessment. If you are eligible we will pass you onto our ‘no win, no fee’ Market Harborough solicitors. We can also be contacted by text at 88010 with the words ‘CLAIM365’ and a member of our team will call you back.
Date Published: 25th September 2014
Author: David Brown