What is the easiest way for people to make their claims for injury compensation? Certainly, the online platforms are the most convenient. Compensation providers such as Accident Advice Helpline have an easy-to-follow process that takes the claimant through the process step by step, beginning with the key qualification criteria of eligibility and then going on to elicit details of the injury which means it may be possible to give a ball park estimate of what the claim might be worth. If the claimants decide to start their claims for injury, they will be put in touch with solicitors who can prepare their cases. The online route is undoubtedly the most convenient, since the transaction can be done from any location or on the hoof from most devices. Those who prefer to discuss their claims for injury with a human can call AAH helpline on 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993. to ask how to proceed.
Offline and out of touch
Lack of access to the internet remains a problem for 20% of the UK population, but they get injured too, so how are they supposed to make their claims for injury compensation? There are other routes to the essential information, but more effort is required to get it. The local library is always a good, reliable place to start. Claimants can go online there and usually there are staff to help out if users are not internet-savvy. Starting a claim can be as simple as searching for “The Law Society” or “The Citizens Advice Bureau” and taking their phone numbers. The Citizens Advice Bureau is returned on a Google search even on a search for “CAB”. These organisations will help with information to find a local solicitor.
When selecting an online compensation provider, always be sure to check they are regulated by the Ministry of Justice. This means the provider conforms to certain industry standards. When seeking advice from a solicitor, ask for a quotation for fees and for information about other likely costs and liabilities before you proceed with a claim. You should be sure to understand what either a winning or a losing outcome would cost you.
Date Published: April 15, 2013
Author: David Brown