Any accident in the workplace should be treated seriously. Your employer will have insurance to cover any costs and as well as enabling you to make a claim without feeling guilty, this also means that you will not be hampered in making a claim. You may be able to claim head injury compensation that totals tens of thousands of pounds, although the total figure will depend on a number of factors; not least the extent of the injuries that you have suffered.
Head injuries don’t just happen at work. Car and motorbike accidents, pedestrian accidents, and slips and trips can also lead to head injuries. Your first concern should be for your own safety and the safety of anybody else that was involved in the accident. You should ensure, where possible, however, that you keep detailed records to help with your case. A solicitor will work with you to give you the best chance of a successful claim but if you have medical records, witness details, and even photographs then you may help your own case.
It is the responsibility of your employer to ensure your safety within the workplace. If negligence can be proven then you will be awarded compensation according to the severity of the injuries you have suffered, how the accident occurred, and the costs associated with your rehabilitation. Head injury claims can range from £2,000 to £100,000 or more depending on the outcome of the accident.
When you claim head injury compensation you will be asked for as much information as possible regarding the accident, the extent of your injuries and various other factors. A professional claims solicitor will be able to provide you with extensive support so that you can enjoy the best rehabilitation possible and so that you can enjoy the simplest claims process possible.
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