Other Serious Injury Claims

Accidents might cause temporary injuries when a person suffering injuries might fully recover within several years. However, sometimes the injuries are so serious that they lead to permanent disability and completely change the life of the person suffering injury.

This may be the case when the person sustains severe head or brain injuries or becomes paralysed. This leads not only to permanent disability and inability to work but also makes the person dependant on others. Thus, the relatives may be required to reduce their working hours or even quit their jobs in order to provide constant assistance to the injured person.

If those serious injuries were caused by negligence of others or breach of statutory provisions, the injured person might be able to claim compensation for suffering, loss of earnings (past, present and future), cost of care (past, present and future), cost of treatment and other expenses which he/she incurred and will incur as a result of the accident.

If you would like to obtain advice regarding your personal injury matter and the prospects of success of this matter please contact us on 020 8877 3421 or by email.


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