If you’ve sustained a personal injury following an accident which wasn’t your fault then, as far as we’re concerned, you’ve already been the victim of immense bad fortune, and it’s simply not fair that you should have to carry on being victimised in the future. That’s why we go out of our way to ensure that anyone who is a victim of a personal injury is able to pursue the compensation they deserve.
If you suffer from an accident for which you are to blame, or which is purely random in nature, with no responsibility to be placed on a particular person or organisation, then the only thing you can really do is try to learn from the experience and get on with the rest of your life. The after effects of the accident – personal injury, loss of earnings, stress etc – are just things that you’ll have to cope with, no matter how hard this is.
Often, however, an accident can be clearly demonstrated to have been caused by the negligence of one particular party, and in cases such as these, the responsible party should be made to ensure that the victim of the personal injury receives all of the compensation they require to be able to make a full and stress free recovery. We deal with literally every different type of accident, but amongst the most common are:
Clearly, any or all of these accidents can be serious, traumatic events, resulting in long term injury, and in cases such as this personal injury compensation can only go so far toward aiding recovery. What it can do, however, is cover the cost of immediate expenses such as prescription charges and travel expenses, as well as helping to restore the victims sense of justice and fairness.
The injury in question can be physical or psychological in nature, ranging from relatively minor complaints, such as cuts and bruises, through more serious physical injuries like disfigurement to even paralysis or amputation. In psychological terms, falling victim to an accident which is someone else’s fault can cause stress, depression and long term mental problems.
At PersonalInjury.org we employ the best personal injury lawyers to build a case and pursue the compensation which our clients deserve. A successful case will depend upon two factors. First, it will have to be demonstrated that the accident in question was the fault of someone else. It could be a fellow road user driving with less than due care and attention, or an organisation such as a council which has failed to maintain the pavement in a safe condition.
Sometimes people are injured in the workplace, and these particularly injuries could take the form of conditions which develop over a long period of time due to unsafe and unhealthy working conditions.
Whatever the individual circumstances, once the blame has been established, your lawyer will seek to show that you have suffered immediate financial losses in the form of expenses arising from the injury, and that future losses may accrue through the likes of loss of earnings. These losses, and the type and severity of your injury, will be used to calculate any compensation awarded.
If you feel you may have been injured as a result of an accident which wasn’t your fault then you may well be eligible for compensation. Submit the form at the top of this page or call us FREE on 0808 115 0849 and our trained personnel will take your details and give you an honest appraisal of your case and, if we genuinely believe you can win, we’ll fight your corner on a No Win No Fee basis, which means you won’t be risking a penny of your money, and you’ll get to keep 100% of any compensation awarded.