When valuing your compensation, there are three broad categories of compensation;
- general damages,
- special damages and
- future loss
General damages are awarded to compensate you for pain suffering and loss of amenity. The award varies according to the nature and extent of the injuries, the age and individual circumstances of the claimant. The opinion of independent medical experts is needed to assess and comment of the injuries sustained to give a forecast for any ongoing symptoms.
Special damages are those financial losses and expenses occurring from the date of the accident to the date of the settlement or trial that can be specifically quantified. Such losses and expenses might include loss of earnings, the cost of care and assistance, the cost of travelling expenses, prescriptions or non-prescription pain killers. Claims for special damages must be evidenced by pay slips, receipts or other documents.
Future losses do not occur in every case and only usually arise in very severe injury cases. Typically claims for future losses arise where injuries are so severe that the claimant’s ability to work or to care for themselves in the future is likely to be affected after the date of the settlement or trial. Such claims might include the cost of adapted accommodation, replacement costs for special equipment or prosthetics in cases involving amputees.
As experts in personal injury claims, Tinsdills know exactly how to value your injury when claiming for compensation, which means we know from the beginning exactly how much we will be fighting for on your behalf.
Making a personal injury claim is rarely straightforward, and so it is important for you to ensure you have the best legal advice, support and help from the very beginning, especially when placing a financial value on something so important. This is where Tinsdills can help.
We recognise that your accident and injury can never be fully fixed through compensation, but financial awards are the only available remedy in the law to recognise the distress and impact that a personal injury following an accident can have. It is therefore vital that you get the maximum amount that you are entitled to.
Tinsdills have the knowhow to Value Your Injury
Because we are experts in personal injury claims, Tinsdills value injuries and claims all the time. We analyse every aspect of your claim to ensure that nothing is missed, which means that we will not miss a penny to which you may be entitled.
Our dedicated team of personal injury claim legal experts will look closely at your individual circumstances, making sure that we fully understand your situation, and exactly what has happened to you.
Tinsdills always strive to offer first class legal advice and first class customer service, meaning that you can be confident that you are in safe hands when it comes to your personal injury claim, and particularly in respect of how we value your injury.
Contact Tinsdills Today to discuss How We Value Your Injury
Our friendly and professional team is here to help value your injury, and advise you on what level of compensation you are likely to be entitled to.
When you contact us, we will ask questions to get a fuller understanding of what has happened to you, so that we can accurately build a picture of your case, and what it is likely to be worth financially.
You can contact one of our offices in Hanley, Leek, Sandbach or Newcastle-under-Lyme today by calling usof our offices in Hanley, Leek, Sandbach or Newcastle-under-Lyme today service, meaning than, and exactly what has h on 01782 652363 or by filling in our online form.