The car insurance claims specialists on the personal injury team have settled yet another successful claim on behalf of one of our personal injury clients. Mr M has been awarded a very satisfying four figure sum of compensation for the injuries he sustained..
The amount of compensation you are entitled to is calculated based on a number of different factors. Some of the factors that are taken into consideration whilst your compensation award is being calculated are:
? They kind of injury you have sustained. Different types of injury fall into different categories on the scale of compensation awards.
? Whether you have sustained just one single injury or whether you have sustained multiple injuries. If you have suffered whiplash and a broken arm for example you will receive a higher award that if you suffered whiplash alone.
? The severity of the injury you have sustained and the duration it takes to recover from the injury are key indicators of the level of award you are entitled to.
? How much the injury or injuries have affected your day-to-day life including your ability to carry out paid work.
? Whether your leisure pursuits or hobbies have been affected detrimentally as a direct result of the injuries you sustained in the accident.
A few other things are taken into consideration when calculating your award but the points above play the largest part in calculating the amount of compensation you are entitled to.
If you need advice about car insurance claims speak to one of the personal injury lawyers on the road traffic accident team at Michael Lewin. No one knows more about claiming against a third parties insurers than the specialists at Michael Lewin. Our track record proves how successful we are at resolving claims for road traffic accident compensation.
Mr M came to the personal injury team at Michael Lewin Solicitors for help after he was injured when the driver of a third party vehicle pulled out from a side road and straight into the rear drivers side of his car. The third party was automatically responsible for the accident and could not deny liability for the incident occurring as he had not had right of way at the junction. The drivers on the main carriageway always have right of way the drivers coming out of side roads do not have right of way and must wait until the main carriageway is clear before pulling out.
To start your car insurance case against a third party speak to the claims executives at Michael Lewin Solicitors today on: 0844 844 8180.