Serious Injury

How to deal with a Serious Injury?

Whether you or your family member of your family has experienced a Serious Injury, we understand that it can be incredibly challenging to claim after a traumatising and stressful experience. A Serious Injury is an injury that is likely to have long-term damage to you and your health, where damage can even be eternal. Serious Injuries can occur in any environment, whether at work, in public, from medical negligence or a road traffic accident. If you have experienced an injury, contact one of our skilled injury solicitors, and get the compensation you deserve.

Starting a claim 

Here at Solicitors On Your Side, we understand that starting a personal injury claim can be confusing, especially if you are not sure what the process involves. Our experienced solicitors have handled thousands of cases with successful outcomes and will see through your case from beginning to end. We will ensure to gather the right amount of concrete evidence and ensure your claim is as strong as possible, enabling you to get the highest possible compensation in the most stress-free and easy way.

Who can make a Serious Injury claim?

Unfortunately, if affected by Serious Injury, it’s likely the affected individual will not be able to claim by themself. That is where the family and loved ones will be involved and start a claim for their dependent. The time limit to start a claim is three years in the UK, which can be longer or unlimited, depending on the mental capacity of the injured. By instructing one of our skilled Serious Injury solicitors here at Solicitors On your Side, you will have the peace of mind that your case is being dealt with in good hands, providing you with regular updates of your claim at all times.

If your child has experienced a Serious Injury, as a parent or guardian you are entitled to claim for them until they turn 18. After they turn 18, they have three years from their 18th birthday to make a claim.

Treating your injuries

After experiencing a Serious Injury, you are more than likely to be rushed into a hospital to treat the injuries you have faced. However, due to the nature of these injuries, they are likely to have detrimental long-term impacts on your health. After a Serious Injury, you are likely to need further treatment to be able to get back to daily life in the best possible way. Serious Injuries may have severe physical as well as psychological damage; this is why it is necessary to get the correct treatment after. Treatments such as physiotherapy may be necessary to recover from Serious Injuries, which can take time and money. You may also use your finances to fund the psychological recovery you may require after the trauma you have faced after the incident.

Treatment may take months, years or even needed until the rest of your life. Our solicitors will consider not only the costs that you have already spent but the cost that you are likely to spend in the future, following an intricate examination of your medical reports.

We specialise in Serious Injury 

Our experienced solicitors have dealt with a variety of Serious Injury cases, and we understand that each case is different. With years of personal injury experience, you will be guaranteed that your case has been placed in the right hands. We will ensure that you get the highest possible compensation in the most stress-free and easy way, enabling you to get back to your daily life in the quickest time.

Contact our Solicitors now!

Contact us now. Solicitors On Your Side can offer you free advice and consultations.

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