Personal injuries can occur in day-to-day life. People often suffer on-going pain, disability and financial distress as a result of injury, either through motor vehicle accidents, workplace accidents or because of another person.
The law of negligence operates to protect people who have suffered injury including back pain, neck pain, whip lash, brain or head injury, burn injury etc.
If you have suffered an injury at work you may be entitled to a workers compensation claim (the ‘statutory claim’). Under this avenue you will be entitled to initial medical treatment or other rehabilitation payments for the time you have off work. However, you may also be entitled to a common law claim for damages, which can cover future economic loss and future medical treatment. Time limits apply to bringing a claim. At Macrossan & Amiet our team of Personal Injury Solicitors are experts when it comes to Workers Compensation Law and can advise you of your rights and work with you to claim the maximum compensation you are entitled to. We’ll deal with the insurance companies so you can work on recovery.
If you suffer an injury in a motor vehicle accident, the first thing you should do is to see a doctor. You may be entitled to make a compensation claim against the driver who was at fault. Our team of experienced Solicitors will handle everything for you during this difficult time and will work towards securing the best compensation claim you are entitled to.
If you suffer an injury because of another person, you may bring also bring a claim. This may be one in public liability, occupiers liability, medical/professional negligence or product liability. Again time limits apply and you have a duty to co-operate with the other party and to ‘mitigate’ your losses.
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Types of Personal Injury Claims
If you’ve experienced an incident in which you were injured, and you believe the fault lies with someone else, then you may be eligible to make a specific personal injury claim.
At Macrossan & Amiet, we handle a wide range of different personal injury claims of all shapes and sizes.
If you are injured in the workplace and that injury was not your fault, you may be eligible to claim workers’ compensation against your workplace. Examples of this kind of claim could be non-signposted wet flooring, injury due to lack of training on machinery, or any other sort of incident in the workplace leading to you becoming injured.
Traffic accidents are an unfortunate part of daily life, and in most cases, one party is to blame. If you are hit by another vehicle and that driver is at fault, you may be able to make a personal injury claim.
Common motor vehicle compensation claims include for short-term injuries like whiplash and long-term or permanent damage such as paralysis as a result of a vehicle collision.
From medical negligence to public liability, there is a wide range of possible personal injury claims. If you’re considering seeking compensation for the damage you have suffered due to another person’s actions, speaking to our team at Macrossan & Amiet is the best place to start.
Get in touch today to get the ball rolling on your personal injury claim.
Personal Injury FAQs
What is a personal injury claim?
A personal injury claim is a compensation claim you make against a business or person, where an injury you are suffering from resulted from their actions.
What evidence will I need to make a claim?
That depends on the kind of claim you would like to make. You will need evidence of the incident in question, as well as medical details of any treatment or diagnoses you have received. Get in touch with our team for your specific claim, and we’ll be able to provide you with a detailed list of what you need.
Who can you claim from?
You can make a personal injury claim against any workplace or individual that has caused you harm where that person or company is at fault. Getting in touch with our personal injury team will give you the best idea of whether you have a claim to make.
How much will I make in my compensation claim?
The compensation you may receive will depend on many different factors, from the extent of your injuries to your recovery time. Each case is unique, and as such, we don’t offer benchmark figures for how much you could receive in compensation.
How do I start my personal injury compensation claim?
To get started, get in contact with our professional, friendly team directly. We’ll talk you through the personal injury claims process today, and let you know if we think you have a potential claim. Get in touch with our personal injury lawyers to find out how to get in touch with us today.