Paraplegia Compensation Claims Information
If you have become paraplegic as the result of someone else’s negligence, you may be entitled to make a claim for compensation. Paraplegia is referred to as an impairment in sensory function especially in the lower extremities. This condition is often caused by a spinal cord injury or congenital condition like spina bifida, which affects the spinal canal’s neural elements. Some of the areas of the spinal canal, which is mostly affected in the paraplegia are thoracic, lumbar, and sacral regions. For paraplegia compensation claims from a company you can trust, choose Tylers Solicitors.
How Much Paraplegia Compensation Could I Get?
Paraplegia is arguably one of the most expensive medical conditions in UK. Remember that the amount of compensation that you can claim often depends on a couple of factors, including the severity of your condition and of course, how your condition impedes upon your life in terms of work, travel, socialising and general everyday activities. If you would like to know how much compensation you may be entitled to, please feel free to use our quick paraplegia compensation calculator to give you an idea of the average award you may receive.
What are the Symptoms of Paraplegia?
The Symptoms of Paraplegia will always depend on the degree of spinal cord that is involved. You can tell them in these ways:
- Loss of muscle control or movement in the feet, toes, legs or trunk
- Loss of feeling within your legs, feet, trunk or toes
- Tingling in your legs, toes, trunk or feet
- Loss of bowel as well as bladder control
- Sexual difficulties
How Can I Make a Claim For Paraplegia?
If you are suffering from paraplegia as the result of an accident that wasn’t your fault, we are here for you. To make a claim for paraplegia, get in touch with a personal injury solicitor, such as ourselves. Here at Tylers Solicitors, we offer friendly, no obligation advice to all our clients to ensure that you are happy with the proposed course of action before proceeding with your claim. Our legal experts work hard and smart to ensure that you receive the maximum amount of compensation you deserve.
Am I Eligible To Claim For Paraplegia Compensation?
You are eligible to claim compensation for paraplegia if you have contracted the condition as a result of an accident that was not your fault. If the fault lies with another party, for instance, an employer, another member of the public or a local council, then you may be entitled to make a claim. If you are unsure as to whether or not you are eligible to make a claim, please call our team today on 0800 699 0079 for friendly, no obligation advice.
Paraplegia Compensation Claims Calculator
If you are suffering with paraplegia, you could be entitled to claim your fair share of compensation. The quantity that you could be entitled to comes down to factors such as the severity of the injury, and whether or not there’s been a lasting impact on your lifestyle and working life. Looking to find out how much you could be owed? Use Tylers’ simple paraplegia compensation calculator below!
Minor Paraplegia Injury Compensation Amounts
In the cases with minor Paraplegia injuries, this may result in mobility issues and not being able to function normally. Furthermore, you may also have experience of tingling in the legs and starting to feel less sensation in the body. Get in touch with us today about claiming for Paraplegia.
Up to £10,000
Moderate Paraplegia Injury Compensation Amounts
In these cases, paraplegia might be more prominent, forcing you to take time off work or miss personal activities due to an increasing amount of pain. Body sensations may be worrying and tingling sensations can increase. Get in touch with us today.
Serious Paraplegia Injury Compensation Amounts
Symptoms in this bracket, start to get serious and life threatening. It could cause you mental health problems such as depression due to a lack of mobility, difficulty with bladder and bowel functioning and a greater loss of sensation throughout the body.
£31,000 to £130,000
Severe Paraplegia Injury Compensation Amounts
In severe cases with paraplegia injuries, you will experience chronic pain that can leave you bed bound for days. This can sometimes be permanent damage with little hope. If you are experiencing paraplegia injuries that have resulted in your life turning upside down, we can help you get the claim you deserve.
Up to £170,000
Frequently Asked Questions
Is Tylers a No-Win, No-Fee Paraplegia Claims Solicitor?
Here at Tylers Solicitors, we are a no-win, no-fee solicitors. This means that if your claim is unsuccessful, you do not pay us a fee for our services. Whether you need a ‘No Win or No Fee’ claims solicitor, it will depend on your preference to risk. You should ensure that you evaluate yourself and make an informed choice depending on what you need for your health. The state of Paraplegia will also determine whether you will want a ‘No Win or No Fee’ claims solicitor.
Where Can I Find More Information on Paraplegia?
When you need information about Paraplegia claims, you should visit the websites with the most relevant information. Most of these websites have vital information that will help you choose the best Paraplegia claims product that would enable you make more claims depending on what you need. Alternatively, you can seek help from certified health insurance agents who will help you understand Paraplegia claims and ways to make an informed decision.
How Can I Make a Compensation Claim for Paraplegia?
To begin your claim for paraplegia compensation, get in touch with our team today. We are here for you every step of the way to ensure that you receive the maximum amount of compensation you deserve. Be sure to file your claim within three years from the date of your accident, as any claims filed after this period may not be considered. For no obligation advice from our legal team, call us today to discuss your case and begin your claim for compensation.
How Long Until I Can Make a Claim For Paraplegia Compensation?
Here at Tylers Solicitors, we would recommend that you file your claim for compensation as soon as possible after your accident. The sooner you file your claim, the easier it can be to gather evidence to support your case. Make sure that you do not try to file your claim over three years after your incident, as your claim for compensation may not be accepted.
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