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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Who do I claim against for a loose car wheel bolts injury?

    We at Accident Advice Helpline have often been asked by our clients, “who do I claim against for a loose car wheel bolts injury?” The simple answer to this question is that you can claim compensation from the person responsible for the loose car wheel bolts. This might be the vehicle’s manufacturer or the mechanic who recently worked on your car. These people owe you a duty of care and you need to prove that it was their negligence and carelessness that directly led to the accident.

    Loose car wheel bolts are dangerous for various reasons. First of all, they make it difficult for the driver to properly control the vehicle. Secondly, they can easily lead to the complete loss of one or more wheels. Detached wheels can cause serious accidents, sometimes killing or maiming those involved. Not only can they hit other vehicles and motorists, they can also cause the affected vehicle to overturn.

    If you have been involved in a road accident due to loose car wheel bolts and you suspect that another party is to blame, you should talk to Accident Advice Helpline.

    When should I claim compensation?

    We advise all our clients to claim compensation as soon as they possibly can. We understand that seeking compensation might be the last thing on your mind, especially if you are injured or have just lost a loved one.

    However, the law in the UK stipulates that compensation claims must be filed within three years from the date of the accident, so time might not be on your side. You should also keep in mind that these cases can drag on for months, depending on their complexity. The earlier you initiate the process, the sooner you can expect to receive compensation.

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    How much is my claim worth?

    The amount of compensation you can expect to receive depends on the effect the accident has had on your life. Your personal injury solicitor will calculate the value of your claim, based on the amount paid out for similar claims in the past. The solicitor will increase this amount in line with current inflation to arrive at a final payout sum. Additionally, he or she will also consider the financial expenses you have incurred, along with the pain and suffering you experienced as a result of the accident.

     You might wish to use the 30-second calculator on our website to find out the approximate value of your claim. Simply enter a few details regarding your case and this innovative tool will display the estimated payout you might be entitled to.

    Claim compensation today

    Call our helpline on 0800 180 4123 to take advantage of our free consultation today. One of our advisers is always on hand to give you pointers on how you to proceed with your loose car wheel bolts injury claim.

    Alternatively, you might prefer to fill in your details on the contact form on our website and someone will get back to you. Do not delay, contact us today and let us help you get what is rightfully yours.

    Date Published: December 29, 2013

    Author: David Brown

    Category: Car accident claims

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