Spinal Injury Compensation Claims


Spinal Injury Compensation Claims

Have you suffered a spinal injury as a result of someone else’s negligence? Well, Claims National is here to help you with your Spinal Injury Compensation Claim.


In any type of accident, there is always a chance that you may damage your spine. The most common causes of spinal injury are Road Traffic Accidents which can produce injuries ranging from minor whiplash to major spinal injuries. Accidents at Work are also common causes of spinal injuries from people who slip and then landed awkwardly putting pressure on the spine.

The spinal column contains nerves which send signals to the brain and rest of the body about sensation and controlling movement. If these nerves are damaged, even a partial recovery may take many years.

At Claims National, we specialise in providing legal help and support for people who have from suffered from spinal injuries – delivering you the compensation you deserve.

Your case will be dealt with in strictly professional and confidential manor and once we have accepted your claim, there are no legal fees to pay. Furthermore, we will take your case on a ‘No Win, No Fee’ basis and you will receive 100% of the compensation.

Compensation guide

Up To
  • Head/Neck
    One Foot
    Both Feet

  • £42,000

The figures displayed are for guidance, for more assistance please call on: 0808 168 5385

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Spinal injuries, or spinal cord injuries can be life altering for you and your family. A large amount of spinal injuries can result in some degree of paralysis, which affects your ability to move about and complete your day to day activities. This can be extremely distressing for both you, and your family, and it has been known in some cases that the sufferer has developed psychiatric illnesses such as depression, as a result of their incapability to participate in basic activity.

The amount of compensation you receive will depend on certain factors, which includes the extent of your injuries, the estimated recovery time, the impacts that your injuries will have on your life, the costs of any rehabilitation and treatment you will need, the amount of time you have to take off work, and any loss of earnings.

An example of a spinal injury compensation claim, Is Mr. Arde, a worker for a company in Wales, as asked to drive a forklift without any training or license, which then toppled over and crushed Mr. Arde, leaving him with severe spinal injuries and some head injuries. As a result of this, and with the help of solicitors, Mr. Arde managed to receive £2.4 million in compensation, which he has benefited from by buying a suitable house adapted to for him and his conditions. Mr. Arde confirmed that he was happy with this settlement, and makes living with his conditions much more bearable.