Serious Injury Claims
Serious injury – also referred to as catastrophic injury – is the type of injury that leads to a decreased quality of life. In more serious terms, it can also be a precursor to a permanent disability, long-lasting medical problems and in more severe circumstances, reduced life expectancy.
If you believe that you have suffered a serious injury, resulting from an accident either someone else, or company, organisation or public service was responsible for, then have a chat with one of our claims management experts today on 0800 368 9181.
In cases of serious – or catastrophic – injuries, there are many factors to take into consideration. The treatment and follow up care for serious injury cases have a habit of being very expensive and can often involve multiple procedures and necessitate continuous care being provided for the victim. Whose capacity to both physically and/or emotionally support themselves could be significantly compromised.
There’s no doubt about it; serious injury can cause trauma, intense pains and have a stressful impact on the victim and their family as they learn to adapt and find coping mechanisms.
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Be it a road traffic accident, an accident in your workplace or an accident which befalls you in a public place, all of these accident types can escalate to a serious injury claim. Your personal injury will require the specialist knowledge of an experienced injury solicitor, if you’re to mount a legal challenge against a potentially guilty party.
There’s a number of reasons an individual will seek compensation for a serious injury through a long-established and reputable claims management company, like DIYPI. Not least because these serious/catastrophic injury types possibly render you unable – or unfit – to work. You may also need disabled facilities in your home, your car adapted accordingly and some level of physiotherapy for the rest of your life.
Suppose you are experiencing this. Or have someone that is suffering from a serious injury caused by someone else’s negligence. If so, then it’s essential to have a specialist solicitor who will ensure you receive the ongoing support that will give you peace of mind and will continue to meet your immediate needs. Together with planning for any forecast medium and long-term care.
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Citing the predominant types of serious injuries that we could help win you compensation for, via a personal injury claim, and the following are just a few of the more common examples.
- Amputation or serious orthopaedic injuries equivalent in severity
- Brain injuries (acquired brain injury claims and traumatic brain injury claims)
- Serious injuries which result in damage to the spinal cord
- Serious burns and scalding injuries
- Serious injuries which cause multiple fractures
- Serious Injuries to Children
- Fatal accident claims
- Serious injuries which result in paralysis
- Multiple and complex injuries
- Serious head injuries
- Loss of Sight or Hearing Injuries which bring on an impairment/loss of sight or hearing
Serious injury cases are unique, so if you or any family member is suffering as a result of the negligence of someone else, then you have the right to pursue the claim for a financial compensation package. Which WE can help YOU to be settled in your favour.
A serious injury claim for compensation is multi-faceted, so long term consequences must be factored into financial compensation, to ensure the long-term wellbeing of the victim.
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Every serious – or catastrophic – injury claim is unique. It’s unique because of the differences that exist between circumstances, negligence, causes and liability surrounding the accident. It’s also unique because every individual is unique. The exact amount for serious injury compensation is difficult to determine, suffice to say that the value of each serious injury claim is typically based on certain conditions, such as those highlighted beneath.
- Medical costs
- General damages
- Equipment costs
- Cost of psychological care
- Cost surrounding material lists during the accident
- Costs of home or vehicle adaptations which is needed to enhance independent living
- Rehabilitation/physical therapy cost
As unfortunate as it sounds, often the individual injured and looking to pursue a claim for personal injury as a result of sustaining a serious injury, is too incapacitated to follow through with this. That being said, this doesn’t prevent another family member from seeking the justice they deserve.
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