The obvious reason for you to claim is to be compensated for the physical pain that your injury has caused, as well as the mental trauma. Also, you have a financial peace of mind whilst you focus on your recovery. You also get compensated for lost earnings or other expenses incurred because of the accident such as replacing damaged possessions.
Claimants could get paid toward any treatments therapy or care that is not always offered by the NHS, for example, physiotherapy, psychological counselling, osteopathy or any other medical attention or treatment you need or require.
Additionally, you can get help in obtaining or buying equipment that you need to regain a good quality of life, such as a specially adapted car or equipment that will help you if you have been permanently disabled after an accident. You could raise awareness of problems or malpractices to help prevent other people suffering in the future.