WHAT IS A SERIOUS INJURY?
Serious injuries are catastrophic injuries which have a profound and often long-lasting impact on an individual and his family. Examples include damage to the spinal cord, brain injury, amputations, extreme burns and serious medical conditions due to professional incompetence and fatal accidents.
HOW CAN I MAKE A SERIOUS INJURY CLAIM?
When you were severely injured in an accident, you have the right to make a claim for a traumatic injury to help you recover your life after a serious injury. Our personal injury lawyer’s specialist may obtain insurance for recovery, medication, home or vehicle modifications and relieve the financial pressure of lost earnings.
If you have suffered a serious injury that was not your fault, please contact our team of specialists or fill in our online claim form to begin your claim and it takes minutes that one of our legal experts will be in touch within 24 working hours to discuss your case.
HOW MUCH COMPENSATION WILL I RECEIVE?
Compensation is measured on the basis of a number of variables including the effect on your health, damages incurred, as well as earnings loss and continuing care costs.
HOW LONG WILL THE COMPENSATION CLAIM TAKE?
Serious claims of injury can be complicated on account of medical and legal problems:
It is crucial following an accident that your injuries will heal so the legal team will properly determine the effect they may have on the life, now and in the future. This is also very important that you seek impartial legal advice as soon as possible after you have been injured because there are time limits.
WHAT IS THE LIMIT FOR MAKING A SERIOUS INJURY CLAIM?
In the UK there is a three year limit to filing a claim for serious injury. The limit extends from the date of the incident or the date on which the condition was reported. There are no exceptions to this rule and we advise you to talk as soon as possible to our professional serious injury lawyers.
WHAT ARE THE REQUIREMENTS FOR SERIOUS INJURY CLAIM?
Your legal team would need to prove:
- To make a credible argument for serious injury.
- One individual or business was careless
- This carelessness has left you suffering
- You will go on suffering in the future
Your legal team can explain your rights and make sure you understand exactly what you can get compensated for.
SERIOUS INJURY EXPERT
Our serious injury lawyer’s specialists agree that professional care and support are important. . Here are some more reasons why you would pursue your serious injury claim with us.
- We offer access to customer service coordinators, case managers and health and care specialists
- We will ensure that as soon as possible you get the best medical treatment, rehabilitation, suitable housing and specialist equipment
- By providing transitional payments we provide financial assistance before we settle the case.
- Our professional injury experts have received millions of pounds in the worst cases, both in and out of the workplace, for labor union workers injured.
WHY YOU CHOOSE OUR COMPANY FOR SERIOUS INJURY CLAIM?
Serious injuries, also referred to as traumatic injuries, impact the injured person and their families instantly and enduringly. Whether you or a family member have been involved in an incident that has caused life-changing injuries, our team of experts will assist you in filing a claim for serious injury. It doesn’t matter if you are in the UK or abroad, we are available 24/7 to help you. Talk to us to learn about the opportunity to obtain serious injury claims with the understanding of “No win, No payment” Policy.
We comprehend the present moment and long haul impact that a genuine injury may have on the life and family of the victim. Our serious injury experts are working with clinicians to rapidly determine how you or your loved one are affected by the accident. We use our vast experience in managing and winning claims for serious injury to create a long-term insurance case that looks at the long-term picture and what home modifications and medical treatment you may need in the future. We must also ensure that any acute treatment or recovery needs are met by means of transitional payments an intermediate payment for an urgent need until the money is received.