Archive for the ‘Compensation Claims’ Category

Rehabilitation Of Spinal And Head Injuries

Tuesday, December 1st, 2009

How To Claim The Cost Of Rehabilitation Of Spinal And Head Injuries Following An Accident

When you have suffered a serious accident such as a motorbike accident – in addition to claiming compensation for your personal injuries from the persona at fault you are also entitled to claim financial expenses which directly flow from the accident.

An expense often overlooked by lawyers is the cost of rehabilitation – spinal and head injuries are some of the worst types of injuries causing long term affects often resulting in the need for your home to be modified and you to be provided with lifetime care. The only way to establish what the rehabilitation cost should be is to instruct a rehabilitation expert – the cost of a report from such an expert can itself run into thousands of pounds.

All of these expenses including the cost of the report are legitimate sums you can claim, so if you have suffered serious injuries in an accident you should ensure that your solicitor has considered the costs of rehabilitation. I have known such claims to run into millions of pounds.

Personal Injury Solicitor

Thursday, October 22nd, 2009

How To Choose The Best Personal Injury Solicitor To Make Your Claim

Before you contact the lawyer why not make an official search with the Law Society and Solicitors Regulation Authority to check your lawyer’s expertise. Search on the web using the phrase “Solicitors Regulation Authority” – to be taken to an official website or click Solicitors Regulation Authority

No Win No Fee: How To Pay Your Claims Lawyers Costs

Wednesday, October 7th, 2009

Fund Your Legal Costs Of A Personal Injury Claim Via  No Win No Fee

No win no fee agreements are a useful way to fund the legal costs of making your UK compensation claim – most specialist personal injury lawyer’s should offer you this alternative.

No win no fee or as it is know by lawyers as “conditional fee” – is an agreement whereby you are not charged your solicitor’s fees if you lose your claim and if you win the majority if not all legal fees are paid by the person who caused your accident in addition to your compensation.