Coping Financially After Being Hurt

There are many things in this world that can hurt us. In fact, it’s just as dangerous as it has always been and a surprise humankind have yet to implement more safety measures. A day rarely goes by where you don’t hear about someone being run over, or hurting themselves in their own home or more commonly at work. It happens, and the old adage comes into effect whereby it can never happen to you, can it? When and if it does the shock is usually huge. When you are injured, no matter how bad, it means you can’t work. This is okay for a short while yet when they realise you won’t be coming back they will surely sever ties, as is the world today. The resulting financial blow out can be huge and deadly, especially if you have no partner to help support you financially. There are many worst case scenarios out there and it may not be that bad for you, but you should plan ahead just in case. These tips can help you keep going and survive after the accident. You may have considered some of these, and that’s great, but apply the ones you haven’t and see if they help.

In the first instance you will need to cut back on your spending. Even if you think you are in line for compensation you should reign it in because these things take time. Look at things like gym memberships. You won’t need it for a while so cancel it. The same with outgoings you rarely use like Netflix subscriptions. Reign in on going out for food so much too. These little changes will make the world of difference to you financially, besides, you may not feel up to going out so much in any case.

Once you have cut costs you should start looking for other ways of income. If the injury results in some form of disability you can potentially be in line for some money from the state. After all you have paid into the system for years so they should look after you. If they don’t consider contacting a lawyer, you can find one at You need to focus on getting every income you can by any means you can. This is your life, so ensure you do what’s right by it. If the accident was not your fault then sue. It money owed, especially if the accident was a bad or significantly debilitating one.


You need to assess yourself and ask “what can i do for some money?” If you are injured bad and have to stay home you can still do earn money. You may have to learn a new skill in the process but that’s fine. There are many things you can do. Transcribing for example, or working as a freelance writer. The money may not be as good as your old job but at least it is some kind of money coming in for you and your family.