What to do after an accident?

1. Report the accident in any form.
2. Get medical help.
3. Take photographes of the place of the accident.
4. Collect any evidence related to the accident eg photographes of bruises, damaged items.
5. Ask for contact details of people who were present in the accident.
6. Contact us.

You can claim compensation for:

Accidents at work
Accidents in public places
Road traffic accidents
Medical negligence

Compensation for back injury – the most important aspects

Spinal injuries are one of the most frequently sustained injuries. Therefore, it is worth protecting yourself properly both when staying in the country and abroad, as back injuries can arise from many different situations. Because of this, a lot of people purchase accident insurance, which is very helpful when somebody is injured due to slipping and falling. If you have this type of policy, you can claim compensation from the insurer with whom you paid premiums. However, if you suffered a back injury but did not have such insurance, it does not mean that you cannot claim compensation. If you have suffered a back injury in the UK in an accident at work or a traffic collision that was not your fault, you can claim compensation from the person who is responsible for the accident. If you have private insurance and you are injured in an accident that is somebody else’s fault you can claim compensation from two sources. Which ever insurer you make a claim against, you will need to comply with the policy regarding compensation payments and prove any losses you have suffered due to the accident. As such you should seriously consider heading over your case to lawyers with experience in this field.

If you have sustained a back injury and are wondering how you can receive compensation, please contact our office. We will provide you with a safe and effective way to obtain compensation at the appropriate level.

Back injury – what does the amount of compensation depend on?

A Spinal injury can be a very serious injury, which in can commonly prevent you from doing work for a long time and hinders normal, everyday functioning. That is why it is important that try and recover enough money (damages) to compensation you for any health and material losses suffered. The following conditions are analysed:

– the nature and extent of the injury,
– restrictions resulting from injury (physical, mental or occupational),
– assessment of the chance of full recovery (return to former fitness),
– circumstances in which the injury occurred.

The final amount of compensation is influenced by many factors, which our experienced team will help the victim to organised.

It is worth bearing in mind that there are many types of spinal injuries, which is why the amount of compensation in this respect can vary.

Why use a lawyer?

As a result of spinal injury, the injured person is exposed not only to physical problems, but potentially to mental health deterioration caused by stress. This can stop you being able to perform work for a long time, and sometimes for life, which causes uncertainty related to your future and your loved ones. That is why it is worth asking specialists for help during this difficult time, who will provide the victim with the necessary support.

If you would like to start a process of compensation for back injury, the UK is a country that offers the opportunity to use the services of professionals on a “No win, no fee” basis. This means that you will not incur costs associated with being represented by lawyers if the claim for damages is not successful. When applying for compensation, knowledge of English is also important, as it should be at a very good level. Our office will take care of all formalities, which will allow you to focus solely on your own wellbeing. Your case will be handled by experienced lawyers who have dealt with similar cases many times in the past.

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