Rugby, Warwickshire & Northamptonshire Air Ambulance Charitable Organisation (WNAA) provides an emergency medical service covering over 2000 square miles, and has helped to save countless lives since it was established in 2003. However, this charitable organisation based in and around Rugby receives no Government or National Lottery funding whatsoever and is funded entirely by donations.
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If you are travelling around England, and you are involved in a road traffic accident, it could well be the air ambulance that comes to your aid. Each helicopter has an experienced pilot, doctor and paramedic who are all trained in giving pre-hospital care which gives them the skill and knowledge to assess and stabilize critically ill and injured patients. The accident may mean you are entitled to make a claim with a no win no fee Rugby injury lawyer.
There is no government funding for Air Ambulances
There are 18 Air Ambulance services in the UK, they are all charities and receive no government funding. They rely on donations and fund raising events to raise the capital they need, in the case of Rugby, Warwickshire & Northamptonshire, this is 5 million pounds a year.
For the people that work there this is not just a job, they are dedicated to caring for people and if your are in an accident and need to make a no win no fee Rugby claim, you will benefit from this dedication.
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If the Air Ambulance service are called it means someone in the road traffic accident is seriously injured and needs immediate assistance. Injuries sustained in road traffic accidents can be life threatening, and if you survive them you may be entitled to make an injury claim Rugby, if the accident was not your fault.
Where to next?
The accident could have changed your life dramatically; you might be no longer able to work for instance. There are many areas that make up your claim, some of them being:
- Medical costs
- Care costs
- Any other cost or loss caused as a direct result of the accident
- Pain and suffering
- Anxiety and stress
- Loss of earnings, past and future
In the aftermath of the accident, you will be traumatised and the last thing on your mind will be making an injury claim. Hopefully, you will start to recover and then you may start to consider making a personal injury compensation claim. You have three years from the date of the accident to make your claim.
Accident Advice Helpline have friendly, professional advisers who will give you free advice and you can contact them any time of day or night, any day of the week, on our freephone number, 0800 689 0500.
Our solicitors will ensure that every area of your life is looked at to make sure your injury claim in Rugby is maximised, and will do this quickly and efficiently.
Date Published: 9th February 2014
Author: David Brown