HAVE YOU SUFFERED A SERIOUS INJURY?
If you’ve had an accident that has resulted in a serious injury and had a lasting impact on your life, we can help. You’re not alone.
Suffering a serious injury can turn an individual’s world upside down. It not only has a significant impact on their own way of life but also the lives of their immediate family and close friends.
10 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT SERIOUS INJURY COMPENSATION CLAIMS
Serious injuries are catastrophic injuries that have a profound and often long-lasting impact on a person and their family, such as a Back injury, Spinal injury, Head and brain injury, A broken bone or multiple fracture, Amputations or the loss of limb, Loss of sight, either temporarily, partially or permanently, A burn injury, Multiple injuries, Paralysis, either permanently, temporarily or partially.
A serious injury compensation claim is a way to access both financial compensation and rehabilitation services to help you rebuild your life after a catastrophic injury. Making a serious injury claim, supported by 24hr Accident Helpline, will secure funding for rehabilitation, treatment, adaptions to homes or cars and ease the financial burden of lost earnings. If you have suffered a serious injury that wasn’t your fault, contact our specialist team on 0800 689 1964 to see how much you can claim for compensation.
Anyone who has suffered a serious injury through no fault of their own in the last three years should contact 24hr Accident Helpline to find out if they can make a claim. If the injured person is below the age of 18, a relative or close friend can act on their behalf.
If a loved one or relative suffers a serious injury and is no longer able to represent themselves, it is possible to start a claim on their behalf, as a ‘litigation friend’. For more information, contact 24hr Accident Helpline on 0800 689 1964.
Absolutely. 24hr Accident Helpline has a long history of helping people who have had serious injuries to adapt and change their lifestyles. In all appropriate cases, we will work with the injured person and their family to appoint a client support coordinator or a case manager who can advise on benefits, rehabilitation, home adaptations and specialist treatment.
In the UK, there is a three-year limit on personal injury claims. The limit applies from the date of the accident, or the date you were aware of the injury. There are limited exceptions to this rule so we recommend speaking to our experienced serious injury lawyers as soon as possible.
Compensation is calculated based on a variety of factors, including the impact on your lifestyle, expenses incurred as well as loss of earnings and ongoing care costs.
Each year, 24hr Accident Helpline recovers millions of pounds in compensation for injured clients pursuing brain injury compensation claims, spinal cord injury claims, amputation claims and serious medical injury claims.
Any claim for compensation should take into account loss of earnings and the long-term economic impact of your injury. 24hr Accident Helpline’s serious injury experts will strive to ensure you do not end up losing out financially because of someone else’s mistake.
We have a conditional fee agreement, known as ‘no win, no fee’. More details are available on our “No win no fee page”.
To find out if you can make a serious injury compensation claim, simply fill in our online claim form – it takes minutes and one of our legal experts will be in touch within 24 working hours to discuss your case. Alternatively, We offer a free consultation and initial advice and can advise you with more details by you calling us on 0800 689 1964.
If you read all that is above, you must be wondering if you have a case for compensation. The answer to that is, if you or someone you know who wants to claim was injured in the last three years & you were not at fault, then yes you are eligible to claim.
We understand it can sometimes be difficult to know if your accident was somebody else’s fault. The easiest way to find out if your injury was considered someone else’s fault is to speak to us on 0800 689 1964.