When can you make a claim?
There are many circumstances in which a person can find themselves the victim of an accident that was not their fault. If this is the case, it may be possible to make a successful compensation claim for your injuries.
You can make a claim for injuries and losses sustained as a result of an accident, if a person, business or organisation is proven to be either entirely or partly to blame. You should always obtain legal advice before discussing matters with any other party.
An injury may be physical or psychological and can be as a result of a variety of different accidents including road traffic accidents, accidents at work, tripping over a raised flag stone, a faulty product or an illness caused by your working environment.
Types of personal injury* claims.
Some of the most common types of personal injury case include:
- Accidents at work
- Animal attacks
- Bus crashes
- Cycling accidents
- Defective products
- Industrial injuries and illnesses
- Medical negligence
- Professional negligence
- Road traffic accidents
- Slips and trips
- Sporting Injuries
- Whiplash injuries
- Accidents with uninsured drivers
- Accidents with untraced drivers
What compensation can I claim?
- Pain and suffering
- Loss of past and future earnings
- Cost of care and assistance
- Prescription charges and medical fees
- Cost of assistance for household chores
- Travelling expenses
- Adapted accommodation and transport
- Out of pocket expenses
- Special care aids and appliances
* In contentious business, a solicitor may not calculate fees or other charges as a percentage or proportion of any award or settlement.