A personal injury can be in many forms. It can be an injury inflicted physically, a disease or illness, a cerebral injury or illness, or a faulty product injury. For some, the consequence of a personal injury could be death.
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If you, or someone you are acting on behalf of who has died, have suffered a personal injury, then you may want to pursue a claim for compensation. The claim would cover losses you have suffered as a result of the personal injury and also cover financial issues which arise because of the injury. For instance, if you are unable to go to work and bring home a regular income, then very soon there will be huge bills to pay with debts increasing. We can give you advice to make a compensation claim to avoid undue stress.
In making a claim for personal injury compensation a claimant has three years from the date of the incident. The time limits for making compensation claims are stringent and if you fail to act in time, then no action may be taken unless an exemption applies. It is recommended to at least get the court proceedings issued before the three years are up, otherwise you will be declined in pursuing your claim.
Children are subjected to a slightly different set of rules if they have had an accident which resulted in an injury. Their parents or guardians can pursue a claim on their behalf straightaway or wait for the child to reach the age of 18 to pursue their personal injury claim. The three years’ time limit will begin at the age of 18.
All you have to do is just tell us what injury you have and what happened. You can call us or submit an online form.
Once we have all details we need, our expert solicitors will do all the hard work herein to settle your case quickly.
Once we have achieved the best outcome for you, you will be informed and a compensation cheque will be sent to you.
Compensation claims for personal injuries are usually established on the basis of negligence. For a successful accident or incident claim, there needs to be certain essentials fulfilled in order to substantiate your claim.
Primarily, a claim must establish that the third party neglected in their duty of achieving their objective which caused an injury or loss. For example, if you were in a collision with another driver who failed to follow the Highway Code, you can show that he breached the law, and therefore his duty. You can subsequently expect us to prove the connection of how the miscarriages of duty led to the personal injuries or losses you have suffered.
The crucial part in any compensation claim is to verify your claims with evidence that proves your losses and personal injuries were sustained. The evidence must also show that the injuries and losses materialised as a result of the negligent actions.
If you have been involved in an accident you may have already taken the following actions where applicable:
The other actions that you can take to support your compensation claim are related to collecting evidence and relevant details of the area where the incident took place.
All you have to do is just tell us some details of what and where it happened so that we help you understand your rights.
Often in some injury cases it can be difficult to explain in writing so we give you the chance to talk by calling you upon request.
Enquire online by using our contact form about any questions you may have about your compensation or a related issue.