At Accident Advice Helpline, we aim to guide you through every single step of the claim-making process. That’s why we publish these handy guides, in order to make the process as transparent and as efficient as possible.
If you’ve been involved in a road traffic collision during rush hour, then it is important to collect the details of the other party involved. You should swap names, addresses, contact details and insurance details. If the other driver fails to provide this, make a note of their registration and pass this on to the police. The police will then be able to check who the registered keeper or owner of the vehicle is, and if the owner or keeper was not the driver, they are legally obligated to pass on this information, as it is an offence not to do so.
Commuting by rail during rush hour
If you’ve been injured by a slip, trip or fall at a railway station, then take names and contact details of any witnesses to the events. Make a note of when and where your injuries occurred and remember to take a record of all subsequent medical appointments.
Commuting by air during rush hour
If you’ve been injured whilst travelling by air, then the process is much the same as travelling by rail. Note all important information and try to get the contact details of any witnesses who may be present. Now it’s time to contact Accident Advice Helpline.
How can Accident Advice Helpline assist me?
Once you’ve gathered all the details, then it’s time to contact Accident Advice Helpline. Accident Advice Helpline is a registered law firm with over 800 lawyers across the UK. With 13 years’ experience in helping to provide compensation, Accident Advice Helpline are experts in all areas of personal injury law.
Give Accident Advice Helpline a call on their freephone number – 0800 689 0500 – and we will get the ball rolling for your claim for compensation. We will contact other parties involved on your behalf and will try to reach a settlement out of court and as quickly as possible, speeding up the claim process. Many of our clients will never even have to set foot in court.
All claims are made on a 100 percent no win, no fee basis and you are under no obligation to proceed with any claim that may be discussed. Any amounts discussed are guideline amounts and may not reflect any final pay-out of compensation. Contact us today for more information.
Date Published: January 13, 2014
Author: David Brown