There is not always someone to blame for a car crash, but more often than not, someone is at fault. Whether it is a drink driver or whether it is someone talking on their mobile phone while on the road someone may have been negligent. If so, you have a right to pursue them for a monetary award to ease any financial difficulties you may have as a result of their negligence. Here’s what you can do next.
Car crash not my fault: the 30-second test
Our 30-second compensation calculator is free to use and will give you an estimate of how much money you could receive if a car crash was not your fault. All you need to do is fill in a quick form which will ask you whether you were at fault and whether your injury occurred within the last three years. This is to make it easier when recollecting exactly what happened the day of your car crash. Next, fill out your name and telephone number and wait for our calculator to do the work for you.
Talk with us
Even if you think your case may not be worth pursuing, we can help you make this decision. Our Freephone line is available 24/7; just leave a message after working hours and we will get back to you. Alternatively, call during the day to speak to one of our advisors immediately who will be able to give you an idea of how much compensation you could get if a car accident was not your fault. They will also be able to advise you on how long the case could take to get resolved and whether it will be easy to settle with the other party or not.
Pursue the case
Most of our cases are resolved over the phone therefore there is no need to worry about court proceedings just yet. If you have spoken to one of our advisors and you decide to go through with pursuing your personal injury compensation claim then we will help you obtain all the facts and evidence you will need to back up your claim. Our team of highly trained lawyers are accredited by the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) therefore we are highly capable of dealing with just about any claim.
Date Published: September 24, 2013
Author: David Brown