Insurance claims can be made when you have been injured from an accident that wasn't your fault. It may be that the injury not only caused you pain and suffering but could also have affected you financially. If you suffer a relatively long-term injury, which stops you from going to work for example, you may also be able to claim for financial losses.
Successful Injury Claims
To give yourself the best chance of obtaining compensation for your injury, it is essential that you have evidence of your injury from a specialist such as a doctor. This is very important for you to begin the accident compensation process.
Many Injury Solicitors regularly advertise on television nowadays, showing examples of their clients winning thousands of pounds in compensation. As a result of this there are of course going to be many people generating false claims so any evidence that you can obtain would be incredibly useful in backing up your claim.
So How Much Could Your Insurance Claim Be Worth?
Though many people often think that the oppositions financial status is a factor that affects the amount you could win from your insurance claim, your compensation entitlement does not depend on how much money the opposition has.
Generally, the amount of compensation that you are entitled to is based on the actual suffering felt from the accident you have had, or the extent of your financial losses.