Sometimes described as ‘catastrophic’ injuries, serious injuries tend to have an equally catastrophic effect on both the injured party, and those close to them.
Eve’s specialist personal injury team are experienced in assessing the circumstances and results of a serious injury, and constructing a claim that aims to benefit the injured party, and ensure a return to financial stability in the aftermath.
If you, or someone close to you, has been the victim of an incident resulting in serious injury, caused or contributed to by the negligence of a third-party, you may be entitled to compensation.
As with all personal injury claims, there is a strict three-year deadline adhered to, between the date of the incident, and the date you are still potentially eligible for a compensation claim. Getting in touch with Eve as soon as possible after a slip, trip or fall resulting in injury is of paramount importance, so that we are able to offer the best chance of winning you the compensation you deserve.
A ‘serious injury’ is defined by one having a profound and long-lasting impact on the life, health and wellbeing of an individual and their family, including but not limited to the following circumstances:
- Spinal cord injuries
- Brain injuries
- Injuries resulting in paralysis, loss of sensation, or bodily function
- Injuries resulting in amputation of a limb, or limbs
- Serious burns, resulting in reconstructive measures, grafts, infection, or risk to life
- Injuries resulting in a loss of ability to work
- Injuries as a result of workplace or third-party negligence
Concerned about finances? No concerns to be had. As with many solicitors dealing with serious injury claims, Eve operates on a ‘no win, no fee’ basis, reassuring you that you will not be out of pocket, in the event that your claim is not proceeded with, or is lost in a court of law.
We operate as a trusted support system for serious injury claims in Manchester, Bolton, Bradford, Leeds, and Liverpool, though claims may be considered from anywhere within England and Wales.
In the event that your claim goes to court, and you are, in effect, suing for compensation from a third-party as a result of injury, several factors will be taken into account. These include, but are not limited to, the nature and severity of your injury; the means you, and others, might have taken to prevent it; the physical, emotional and economic impact on your life since the injury occurred; and the predicted impact on your future, as a result of said injury.
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