Having medical evidence of your injuries

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After being involved in an accident that wasn’t your fault, do you know that you may be entitled to compensation? Many individuals are completely unaware that they are well within their rights to claim compensation for the injuries they sustained in an accident that wasn’t their fault.

In order to have a strong case against those who are responsible for your injuries, you need to have medical evidence of the injuries and also have a good solicitor on your side to fight your case for you.

You should have medical notes from your doctor or the hospital to back up your claims and to prove the injuries that you sustained. Medical evidence is an important piece of evidence and it will strengthen your case considerably. Should the case go to court, medical evidence carries a significant amount of weight and will be a corner stone for your claim.

Your solicitor should have expertise in the field of personal injury claims and they will be able to go through the processes involved in claiming for compensation with you. Their expertise should be utilised to their full potential so that you can fight those responsible for your injuries to the end.

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  1. Yvonne

    Can I send you some pictures of my fractured hip?

    • Ian Morris

      The photographs you mention showing your injury would not be relevant at this stage as your medical records will provide the evidence needed to substantiate the injury element of any claim for personal injury compensation you wish to pursue.

      The important thing at this stage is to understand how your injuries were sustained. If you fractured your hip in a fall, you could pursue a claim if you tripped on a raised/sunken hazard or if you slipped, you could pursue a claim if you slipped on a spillage or substance left on the floor. Perhaps you could elaborate further as to how you fractured your hip and we can then advise you as to whether or not you can make a claim for compensation.

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