Your nervous system is the main communications highway between your brain and the rest of your body. If you suffer even minor damage to your nervous system the consequences can be devastating and, because of the potential complications which can affect both your health and a nerve damage injury compensation claim, it is always in your best interests to consult with an experienced solicitor when you have sustained a nerve damage injury in an accident for which somebody else was to blame.
Nerve damage injuries can be the result of many different types of accident or as the result of repetitive movements which over-extend the nerves. The symptoms of a nerve damage injury which are most commonly experienced in a nerve damage injury compensation claim are like a “pins and needles” sensation. However, when the nerves have been severed completely, paralysis can ensue and therefore it is essential that, before considering nerve damage injury compensation, you seek a full medical diagnosis and treatment from you local doctor.
Making a Nerve Damage Injury Compensation Claim
Irrespective of the extent of your nerve damage injury, where it has been caused by another person´s negligence, you are entitled to make a nerve damage injury compensation claim. By using the services of a solicitor, you can be sure that any special damages you are entitled to in addition to nerve damage injury compensation are included in your nerve damage injury claim. You will also be fully represented in court should the Injuries Board Ireland decline to assess your application for nerve damage injury compensation.
This can occur if the person who was responsible for your nerve damage injury denies their liability, or claims that you contributed to it through your own lack of care. You will also have to pursue your claim for nerve damage injury compensation through the courts in the event that one or other party disputes the Injuries Board Ireland´s assessment of your nerve damage injury compensation or if your injuries were due to medical negligence. A further advantage of using a solicitor in a nerve damage injury compensation claim is if you are approached after your accident by an insurance company representing the negligent party.
Frequently, they will offer a sum of nerve damage injury compensation which is inappropriate for the severity of your injuries in return for an early settlement. Inasmuch as an injection of cash may be welcome at a time when you may not be able to work and support your family, a solicitor will be able to negotiate with the insurance company to ensure that you receive a fair and adequate amount of nerve damage injury compensation.
Free Nerve Damage Injury Claim Advice
If you have been diagnosed with a nerve damage injury, which has been sustained due to the negligence of another, you are invited to call our free nerve damage injury claim advice service on 1800 911 940. Our service will enable you to discuss your claim for nerve damage injury compensation with an experienced solicitor, establish that you have a nerve damage injury claim which is worth your while to pursue and receive some helpful and practical information about making a nerve damage injury compensation claim.
Call us now on 1800 911 940 or if you cannot speak now please fill in the form on the left and we will call you back.
Our Promise to You:
- 100% Free consultation with an experienced solicitor
- 100% Helpful and practical advice about your claim
- 100% Completely confidential service
- 100% No obligation to proceed with a claim
What You Can Expect When You Call
When you call our free nerve damage injury claim advice service, you will discover that we have over twenty years experience of helping clients make claims for personal injury compensation, and understand the pain, frustration and possibly anger that you are feeling right now.
We will listen carefully as you explain to us how your nerve damage injury occurred, what treatment you are receiving for it and how your injury has affected your quality of life. You are of course welcome to ask any questions about a nerve damage injury compensation claim which you feel are relevant.
We will establish wherever possible that you have a nerve damage injury claim that it is worth your while to pursue, explain to you the process for claiming nerve damage injury compensation, advise you how long the procedures should take and give you an indication of how much nerve damage injury compensation we would expect you to receive.
We usually conclude each initial call to our free nerve damage injury claim advice service with a summary of what we have discussed and offer you a list of suggestions to consider based on your personal circumstances. You are under no obligation to act on any of our advice, and many of our clients have found it useful to discuss their options with family and friends before proceeding with a nerve damage injury compensation claim.
If the conversations with your family raise more questions, you are of course welcome to call us again, however we would advise from delaying your initial call to our free nerve damage injury claim advice service for too long. Claims of this nature only have a certain time limit before they are disqualified, and so it is in your best interests to call 1800 911 940 at your earliest possible opportunity.
Our lines are open from 8.00am to 10.00pm seven days a week, and we also operate a call-back service if it is not a suitable time to speak with us right now. Simply complete your contact details in the form at the bottom of the page, and one of our experienced solicitors will get back in touch with you.