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Personal Injury Claims

If you’ve been injured due to someone else’s negligence then you have every right to make a claim for compensation. Compensation is aimed to not only reimburse you for lost finances but also to go some way to cover the costs of the treatment and care that may be required in the future.

Having any kind of accident is a traumatic experience but especially if it’s someone else’s fault. A personal injury could occur within a huge number of scenarios and includes workplace accidents, traffic accidents, falls and even faulty products.

Medical help

Before you seek any kind of compensation or legal advice you should seek the medical attention that you need for your injuries, not only because it’s essential but because this will also provide a good starting point for a solicitor to build a strong case for you.

Report it to the police

Once you’ve sought medical attention for your injuries you should notify the police of the accident. This is another important step to building a strong case, as the police report on the accident will provide vital, unbiased evidence.

You should provide them with as much information as necessary, including the information of any witnesses that were at the scene. By giving as much information as possible in your chronology of the accident, it will not only help the police build up a detailed picture of the scene, the report will also act as a memory jogging device for you which could be exceptionally useful if the case ever goes to court.

Watch what you say

Immediately after an accident it’s really important to watch what you say to other parties that were involved in the accident. It’s important not to identify those at fault and you certainly shouldn’t admit fault yourself. You shouldn’t do anything to anger the other parties either because you’ve got more chance of an amicable case that is settled out of court if you avoid any unnecessary disputes.

Expenses

You’re likely to incur at least a few expenses in relation to the injuries you sustain and you should record them all. Whether it’s the cost of the bus to the hospital for an appointment, a prescription charge or the wages you’ve lost due to being unable to work, all of this is claimable. It’ll be much easier to claim if you keep evidence of payments, so bus tickets and hospital appointment letters, prescription receipts and wage slips – from months prior to the accident so you can prove your entitlement to claim for loss of earnings – are all essential.

For a successful claim you need all of this and help from a reputable legal professional who will help build your case and argue it in court, when necessary.

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