In the UK, you may be able to claim compensation for personal injury, financial losses, vehicle repairs or replacement and other costs resulting from a car accident. You may also be able to seek compensation for medical expenses, loss of earnings, pain and suffering and any other costs you have incurred. Depending on the circumstances of the accident, you may also be able to claim for other damages, such as legal fees and the cost of hiring a carer.
List of Possible Claims
1. Financial Losses: This includes losses such as medical bills, car repair costs, property damage, and lost wages due to not being able to work.
2. Pain and Suffering: This includes both physical and emotional pain and suffering that can result from a car accident.
3. Loss of Enjoyment of Life: This includes losses such as not being able to enjoy activities you previously enjoyed before the accident.
4. Loss of Consortium: This refers to the loss of companionship and support that can be suffered by the victim’s spouse or family.
5. Loss of Earning Capacity: This refers to the loss of future wages due to the inability to work or perform certain tasks due to the accident.
Claim for Injury
The most serious and important aspect of your claim will be compensation for injuries suffered, these can include:
2. Head and Brain Injuries
3. Neck and Back Injuries
4. Broken Bones
5. Cuts, Scrapes, and Bruises
6. Internal Injuries
7. Psychological Trauma
Whiplash is a condition that occurs after a car accident when the head and neck are suddenly and forcefully thrown forward and backward. It can cause severe neck pain, headaches, dizziness, and other symptoms.
A whiplash injury occurs when the head is suddenly and forcibly thrown backwards and then forwards, resulting in damage to the soft tissues of the neck. This type of injury can cause a range of medical problems, including:
– Neck pain
– Reduced range of motion of the neck
– Numbness/tingling in the arms and/or legs
– Cognitive issues
– Poor sleep
– Difficulty concentrating
– Mood swings
In more severe cases, whiplash can cause nerve damage, disc herniation, and even spinal cord injury. If you suspect that you have suffered from whiplash, it is important to seek medical attention as soon as possible.
Minor and other Injuries
It is now more important than ever to ensure all your minor injuries and injuries other than whiplash are reported to your GP or Doctor after car accident. This is because of the unfair way the Government has set the tariff for calculating compensation and this was overruled by the Court of Appeal who said that any secondary injures or injuries other than whiplash must be compensated separately.
Therefore, make sure you list and tell your Doctor about every minor injury from your accident.
Minor Injuries you must report!
2. Concussion mild or perceived
3. Sprains and Strains
4. Abrasions minor and any scratch
5. Fractures or sprains
6. Lacerations or minor cuts
7. Contusions or discoloration
8. Internal Injuries or sickness
9. Muscle Strain or minor sprain
10. Headache or Anxiety or Shock
Be on the alert for all your injuries especially “mixed injuries” A mixed injury in a car accident is when a person sustains both physical and psychological injuries. These injuries can range from physical injuries such as broken bones and lacerations, to psychological injuries such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and depression.
Physical mixed injury is a type of injury sustained in a car accident that includes multiple types of physical harm. This may involve both internal and external physical damage, such as whiplash, an other minor secondary injuries including shock , bruising, internal organ upset, sickness, seat belt marks, cuts, marks or even psychological trauma.
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