Accident Compensation Claim Solicitors

 

 

The area of law that deals with claims for compensation following an accident or injury is known as Personal Injury Law. Accident Compensation Claim Solicitors work in this field and use their expertise to assist their clients in making claims against parties at fault for their injuries, including workplace injuries and psychological injuries. In the UK many personal injury solicitors will work on a no-win, no-fee basis, known also as a conditional fee arrangement. They won’t charge any upfront fee or costs to their client for their work on the case and will recuperate their costs either from the financial settlement awarded or from the defendant’s insurers. If your case is unsuccessful, and no money is awarded, they will write off their costs, so you are not left out-of-pocket. This means that the wronged party can see justice and restitution at no risk to themselves.

 

Along with damages awarded for pain and suffering – which will likely be assessed by a medical consultant – special damages can be awarded to cover loss of past or future earnings, your medical costs for treatment and ongoing care, any costs associated with property or vehicle damage and your out of pocket expenses which may include vehicle hire or temporary accommodation.

 

Mental injury is recognised as well as physical injury, and specialist Work Stress Solicitors are available to advise on the types of psychological damage that can result in an award of compensation such as mental breakdown or the various forms of PTSD.

Car Driving Simulator

 

 

If you are paying for a physical driving instructor, lessons quickly add up and the process of learning to drive can become very expensive. It’s recommended to have driven for at least 40 hours, perhaps even in excess of 50 hours, in order to acquire the task automation skills needed to pass your test. One way to acquire the necessary experience without taking to the roads for hours on end is with a Car Driving Simulator.

 

 

This is a cheaper alternative for driving lessons as the software will recreate the experience of driving a car and provide you with a virtual reality driving instructor to teach you vehicle control, driving technique, traffic safety, road sign interpretation and the highway code. Student Assessment and Feedback is built into the trainer in order to provide a complete curriculum for rapid learning. With a car driving simulation you can experience all diverse types of road layouts and scenarios, practice roundabouts, driving on highways, intersections and even special road conditions like fog and snow – giving you vital experience and knowledge to handle these tough situations before you encounter them in the real world.

 

Another use of Driver Simulator for Training and Research is in human factor research and science education. Studies can be done on driving performance in relation to the effects of drugs and alcohol dosage, fatigue and drowsiness, or effects of secondary tasks and distractions. Personality studies comparing individual driving styles such as lateral control performance, risk taking and speed choice can also be investigated.