Calculating A Personal Injury Compensation Claim
It may surprise you to learn that, on average, most of the working population spend over one-third of our day centred around work. This includes both commuting to and from work and time spent in the workplace.
According to The Compensation Experts, workplace accidents are widespread across the UK. This is mainly due to the high number of people working in manufacturing. Warehouse environments, for example, can be hazardous and have a higher rate of workers being injured. Injuries from heavy lifting or incidents involving forklift trucks happen frequently.
Common claim types include health and safety issues, inappropriate procedures and practices, accidents that happen due to the lack of correct Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) and faults with warehouse equipment, such as ladders and roll cages.
The top three regions of the UK with the most accidents at work are the South East with 20% of all cases, the North West with 14% and Yorkshire with 12%.
If you’ve been unfortunate enough to have had an accident, it can be difficult to know how to make a claim and how much it is worth.
How The Compensation Experts Can Help
With a call centre open 8am– 9pm, The Compensation Experts can contact you whichever way is best for you. They can reply to clients using WhatsApp, SMS, phone calls and email, and they will keep you updated every step of the way. The road to winning compensation can be a long and arduous one, but the team at The Compensation Experts pride themselves on finding the right solicitor for your exact needs from their nationwide network of law firms. They will give you guidance and support throughout your time of need. They understand how stressful claims can be and have therefore made the process as simple and as straightforward as possible. Most importantly, they have a team of experts behind them that will offer free, friendly and knowledgeable advice without any obligation for you to make a claim.
How A Personal Injury Claim Is Calculated
As every injury is different, the amount of compensation can vary between cases due to the vast range of claim types and the different areas of the body that can be affected. Furthermore, you may be entitled to either General or Special damage compensation or both. General damages meaning physical harm and compensation for non-monetary issues. Special damages refer to monetary issues, such as lost wages and time off work, medical costs, etc. Other factors such as the extent of injuries, missed earnings and future losses are considered as well. The Compensation Experts have a compensation calculator available which allows potential claimants to select a region of the body and see how much compensation could be available for injuries in that area.
If you live in England or Wales and have suffered an injury in the last three years that was not your fault, you may be able to make a claim.
Get in touch with The Compensation Experts to start your claim for compensation. You can fill in our contact form on our website or call freephone: 0800 182 2193.
Making a claim for a personal injury can also be stressful, but it doesn’t have to be.