Here is a list of things you should know if you had a bushcraft accident and you want to make a personal injury claim:
- You might be able to make a bushcraft accident claim for a bushcraft accident that wasn’t your fault and occurred within the last three years.
- Write down everything you remember about the accident. If you want to make a claim, you should have a list of the names and addresses of everyone who was involved in the accident. If there were witnesses, you can give us their contact details so we can obtain witness statements.
- Additionally, you should keep a record of all medical appointments and treatments you received. A certification from your doctor should include his diagnoses, medicines prescribed and other details, including your symptoms. All these will make it easier to pursue a personal injury claim.
- If possible, take pictures of the accident site, the people involved and your injuries. The photos will help bolster your case when you make a bushcraft accident claim.
- Keep all receipts, invoices, bank statements and anything else pertinent to your case. These records will make it easier to calculate the costs involved in your case. When you file your bushcraft accident claim, all records of expenses incurred because of the injuries you sustained will make it easier for Accident Advice Helpline to help you get compensation for all the money you spent.
Fast and stress-free bushcraft accident claim
It all sounds so complicated, and it seems that making a bushcraft accident claim will require a lot of work. If you ask Accident Advice Helpline to make the claim on your behalf, you won’t have to bother with the small details. We will assign you an experienced lawyer who has handled similar cases. The lawyer will facilitate the processing of your claim, and you will be updated periodically about the status of your case.
Accident Advice Helpline offers free expert advice, and we have a 100% no win, no fee policy. We only get paid if we are successful with your claim, and you, in turn, will be compensated for your injuries.
Since you have sustained injuries, we understand that it may be difficult for you to travel to our offices. We won’t require you to meet with us personally. All the transactions can be done through the phone; you may not even have to appear in court. That’s how much we value you at Accident Advice Helpline. We understand your predicament, so we do everything to make it easy for you to make your bushcraft accident claim.
Let us help you
If you have more questions about your bushcraft accident claim, call our free, 24-hour helpline on 0800 689 0500. From a mobile phone, we can be reached on 0333 500 0993.
If you prefer, you can text claim365 to 88010, and one of our helpful, expert advisors will call you back. We will answer your questions and provide you with whatever assistance you may require.
Date Published: July 11, 2015
Author: David Brown