Serious Injury Claims
If you have suffered a serious injury, your objectives are likely to differ to those of a client with more moderate or minor injuries. We understand that it is vital that a seriously injured client is assessed as soon as possible to find out what treatment or therapy you need to get on your way to recovery or if a full recovery cannot be made to get you as comfortable as you can be as soon as can be. We will always try to work with you and the other side to establish a suitable rehabilitation program for you as soon as possible.
We also understand that on top of dealing with a life changing injury, making an injury claim can be daunting and whilst our professional rules clearly state that you are our client, we are happy to be flexible and discuss your claim with friends or family members you ask us to if it helps. We will also visit you in hospital or at home to discuss your claim whenever you need us to.
The nature of claims for serious injuries means that they often take considerable time to resolve. It is important for us to understand exactly how you will be affected before we enter into final settlement negotiations of your claim. You will be assessed by trained medical consultants with the necessary expertise for your injury and if you have suffered several injuries this could mean you will seen number of experts during your claim. Their priority will be to assess you and establish the treatment you need as soon as possible.
In cases where liability (fault) has been agreed we will always seek to obtain interim payments at the early stages of the claim because we understand that in addition to dealing with the pain of a serious injury this is made much worse by having to deal with the financial repercussions of not begin able to work and losing your income or having to pay out for services you previously dealt with your self such as cleaning, diy or childcare.
We cater for all manner of serious injury claims including the injuries listed below:
- Limb Amputation;
- Loss of sight, hearing, taste, smell;
- Brain Injury;
- Partial or total paralysis;
- PTSD ; and
- Chronic Pain Syndrome