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10 Reasons To Pursue a Personal Injury Claim

02nd February 2011
By Rob.Berry-Smith in Personal Injury
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Following a personal injury, the victim may be entitled to claim for compensation. However, when is it appropriate to do so? Here are 10 reasons to contact a solicitor.

1. If the injury you suffered resulted in a hospital stay and this led to you missing out on something important in your personal life, such as attending a friend's wedding, you may be able to claim.

2. Many people decide to claim because the injury has resulted in a loss of earnings, including wages, bonuses and commission.

3. You may also be entitled to make a claim in your possessions were damaged as a result of an accident that wasn't your fault.

4. If you have since suffered from psychological problems, it can have a major impact on your life. As such, compensation may be waiting to be claimed for.

5. By claiming, you will be raising awareness of cause of the injury. This may help others to avoid a similar fate.

6. The legal proceedings could also lead to the responsible party being forced to make changes to safeguard against future accidents.

7. Compensation may be due if the personal injury has caused long-term, such as disfigurement, disability, or health issues.

8. If the accident has left you unable to work, either in the short or long-term, legal action may be the best way to get compensation.

9. If you are having physiotherapy as a result of the injury, it can be very expensive. Plus, you'll want the best treatment to make the best recovery.

10. If a relative has died as a result of an accident that wasn't their fault, a compensation claim may be made by the family.

So, if you have suffered a personal injury, you may be entitled to pursue an injury claim for compensation.

Fentons has a number of experienced personal injury specialists that can help you put in a accident claim. Whether you’ve suffered a work injury, were on holiday or it happened out and about, visit today to find out more.
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