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Can I claim for pain and suffering?

If you are suffering mentally and physically after an accident that wasn't your fault, you may wonder if you can claim pain and suffering compensation.

To find out if you have a claim, we recommend speaking to a personal injury law firm as a matter of priority. They will help you understand your legal rights and advise you on the best course of action.

Firms like ours offer a free, no-obligation consultation. During this initial conversation, one of our experienced team will listen to your experience, advise where the fault lies, and let you know whether we can help you.

If you choose to proceed, we will assist you in gathering the necessary evidence to build a strong case. Our overall goal is to demonstrate that your injuries were caused by a third party’s negligence and/or wrongdoing, and/or that you have a case for compensation. We will also need to gather evidence like medical records and expert assessments to show the extent of your injuries and their impact on your life.  

While speaking to a legal firm can be nerve-racking, please don’t wait. There are time limits for bringing forward a claim, so seek legal counsel as soon as possible.

If you are experiencing pain and suffering due to the actions of a third party, we can help. Our experienced and empathetic lawyers have supported hundreds of people through the claims process. Let us help you get the compensation you deserve.

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