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How to Claim for Catastrophic Injuries

Catastrophic injuries can have a devastating effect on you and your family, causing a lot of pain and suffering. It’s, therefore, your right to claim for compensation for any trauma you’re going through. Read on to find out how to claim for catastrophic injuries.

What Defines a Catastrophic Injury?

Any serious, life-changing injury resulting in permanent disability, long-term medical problems or a reduced life expectancy is generally classed as a catastrophic injury.

Different Types of Catastrophic Injuries

  • Brain/head injury
  • Severe burns
  • Amputations
  • Spinal cord injury
  • Paralysis
  • Multiple fractures

Are You Eligible to Make a Claim?

If the serious injuries you have are as a direct result of the negligence of a third party, then you have the right to make a compensation claim.

How to Make a Claim for Serious Injuries

Call Mark Reynolds’ no-win, no-fee serious injury solicitors for a free consultation to discuss your serious or catastrophic injury on Freephone 0800 002 9577. Alternatively, visit our contact page.

We will arrange to visit you in your own home or at the hospital to give you and your family thorough advice and guidance.

Our specialist team of expert solicitors will work with you on a no-win, no-fee basis to help you obtain the highest level of compensation for you and your family, to ensure you recover the best you possibly can, and live the rest of your life to the fullest after such a serious injury.

How Long Do I Have to Make a Claim?

From the date you suffered your accident, or in special cases when you first became aware of your injuries, you have 3 years to make a claim for a serious injury.

If you’re a close relative wishing to bring a claim of compensation for a loved one who has passed away, the time limit is 3 years from the date your relative passed away.

Mark Reynolds Solicitors are here to help you make a compensation claim for catastrophic injuries. Contact us today to discuss your claim.