Personal injuries compensation is paid to victims of an accident where the incident was not their fault.
Where it can be established that there is negligence or “lack of care” by another party, you can proceed with a claim for personal injuries compensation to cover the physical and psychological trauma you may have suffered.
The party responsible for the negligence may be an individual, business or government department and, as well as providing recompense for your injuries, may also be liable for current and future loss of earnings, ongoing medical expenses, vehicle damages and out of pocket expenses.
Personal injuries compensation may arise from any number of circumstances. Amongst the most common are road traffic accidents (where frequently a broken traffic law can prove “lack of care”), sports injuries where inadequate training has been provided, injuries sustained in a restaurant or pub (which may include food poisoning), a fall in the street due to an uneven footpath surface or an accident in the workplace. This is by no means an exhaustive list, and wherever there is evidence of a “lack of care” which subsequent causes you to suffer a non-intentional accident, there are grounds for a personal injuries compensation claim.
Making Your Personal Injuries Compensation Claim
If you have never been involved in a claim for personal injuries compensation before, you may be a little apprehensive about the procedures involved, what you may receive and how long the process is likely to take.
The key to getting adequate personal injuries compensation to make up for the trauma and personal loss you may have suffered, is not to accept the first offer that is made to you by the negligent party or their insurance company, but to allow an experienced compensation solicitor to pursue your case for you. By doing this, you can be sure that you receive what you are truly entitled to.
For the majority of people considering making a claim for personal injuries compensation, this is the first (and hopefully only) time that our services will ever be required. Because it is such unknown territory for many people, we offer a free advice line that you can call to speak with one of our personal injuries compensation solicitors.
All communication with you is strictly confidential and there is no obligation from you to pursue a claim for personal injuries compensation once you have spoken with us. Call us now on 1800 911 940 or fill in our call back form.
- 100% Professional and accurate advice is provided at all times
- 100% We comprehensively appraise your case before giving a
recommendation to proceed
Any costs involved with the claim are explained to you
before you proceed
- 100% If your claim for personal injuries compensation is unlikely
to succeed – we will tell you.
What can I expect?
Your initial conversation with us is an opportunity for you to explain to us the circumstances surrounding the incident which you believe was not your fault.
Our solicitor will listen carefully and ask any questions that are relevant to your potential claim and, if possible, give you an immediate answer as to whether you have a case worth pursuing.
If so, they will explain to you in clear English the procedures that take place if you choose to proceed, how long the process is likely to take, and a general idea of what you may expect to receive as personal injuries compensation.
Once you are armed with all the facts, it is your decision whether you wish to make a claim for personal injuries compensation – at no time will we pressure you into making that decision.
Your first step is to call our free advice line. You will immediately be transferred to the personal injuries compensation solicitor most experienced in your type of injury, with whom you can talk about your accident and discuss the likelihood of a successful claim. If it is not a convenient time to call right now, please make a note of our free advice telephone number for a later date, or complete our call back form above and one of our team will call you at a suitable opportunity.
Call now on 1800 911 940 or fill in our call back form.