Self-employed beauty therapist wins compensation for loss of earnings
When you work for yourself, taking time off is not an easy option. If you are unable to work because of ill health your income and livelihood can be severely affected. For self-employed business owners such as mobile hairdressers and beauty therapists, you could face losing loyal clients with long-term implications for your revenue stream, unless you can find replacement staff.
That is why, if you are self-employed and injured in an accident that was not your fault, you need an experienced personal injury lawyer who fully understands the implications for you and your business.
The 30-year-old lady was driving home from work when an uninsured driver pulled out from a side road, and hit the side of her car causing her to collide with parked vehicles.
She was taken to hospital and diagnosed with soft tissue injuries to her knee, wrist and neck. The level of her injuries severely restricted the movement in her hands and she was unable to perform in her role as a beauty therapist, so she had to employ someone else to take over her clients.
When she came to see one of Bartletts expert personal injury lawyers in Wrexham, we quickly arranged for the beauty therapist to receive physiotherapy to help her get back on the road to recovery.
As the other driver was uninsured, we successfully helped her make a claim for compensation for personal injuries and compensation for loss of earnings from the uninsured drivers unit of the Motor Insurers Bureau.
If you have suffered an injury in an accident that was not your fault get in touch with us today.
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