Claims for Lower Body Injuries
Lower body injuries have you sustained a lower body injury that someone else caused? If so, you may be entitled to receive compensation.
How Can You Help Make A Compensation Claim For Lower Body Injuries?
We understand how a lower body injury can significantly impact your life. When speaking of a lower body injury it refers to any injury affecting the area of your body from the waist down. Lower body injuries may restrict your mobility, and it can be permanently at times. This can result in you feeling depressed or isolated from family and friends.
Apart from the physical pain you have to endure and the emotional impacts that a lower body injury has, the financial effect also can be very stressful, and extra challenging which is something you shouldn’t have to deal with during such a hard time in your life.
This is why whenever you get in touch with us regarding your accident, we will make an assessment of the full impact that your injury has had and not simply the money you may have lost due to being off from work.
The compensation that you can receive can help to lower the cost of your injuries so that you can focus on getting back to how you were before the injury occurred.
Your compensation claim
We understand that a lower body injury can greatly impact your life. This kind of injury can very likely make it difficult for you to drive or walk, and that can affect your family, job, and social life.
It is very likely that you also were forced to take time off from work because of your accident. If that is true, then during that time you might have had no pay or reduced pay. Lost earnings might mean you have been unable to support your family or pay your bills.
When your claim is being made, your solicitor will take into consideration any impacts or costs that have been cause by your injury. They can include the following:
- Past and future lost earnings
- Impact on your leisure activities and social life
- Costs of travel and care, even when provided for free by a family member or friend
- Impact on future employment opportunities
- Costs of medical treatment and equipment
- Impact on your emotional health
- The impact that your injuries have had on your family
Each case is looked at by our solicitors on an individual basis and we will negotiate your compensation based on all of the consequences and factors related to your injury. That means when you contact us we will be unable to tell you the amount of compensation you can receive.
Types of lower body injuries
Over the past 23 years, we have been helping individuals make claims for a wide range of various kinds of injuries.
The following are examples of the kinds of lower body injuries that we have assisted individuals with in the past on claims:
Don’t worry if your injury isn’t listed above. As long as your accident occurred within the past three years and someone else caused it, or was due to the careless behaviour or negligence of someone else, then there is a good chance that we will be able to assist you.
We realise in some cases that your injury might have been especially severe, and you could be facing life-changing consequences as a result.
We are very sorry if this applies to either you or a loved one. We appreciate just how difficult it truly can be to recover from a serious injury, and it can feel like there is no way out at times.
Although we cannot prevent serious injuries from occurring, we can assist you with making a claim for compensation that can cover the costs of your care, equipment, time off from work, medical treatment, and any other impacts that your injuries have had on you as well as your family.
How to get started making a lower body injury claim.
To get started on your lower body injury claim call us on 0808 164 9153.
Or if you prefer that we call you back then you can just fill out our simple online form, and we will do our best to contact you within 30 minutes during our regular business hours.
Whenever you contact us, one of our courteous legally trained advisors will take your call.
Our advisors are all happen to answer whatever questions you might have. Also they can let you know whether or not they think you will be able to claim compensation.
We will never attempt to push into making a claim. The main aim that we have is to provide you with the advice and support that you need within a confidential environment. However, if you are interested and give us your permission to pursue the claim, then your case can be passed onto one of the specialists solicitors on our staff.
Your solicitor will discuss the process in full detail with you and then contact the other party in order to start negotiations on your behalf.
As part of your overall case, your solicitor will likely be able to assist you in arranging for a free medical assessment. That is for providing evidence of your injuries so that you can get the entire amount of compensation that is owed to you, and usually this only will take about 20 minutes to complete.