If you have been injured at work, on the road or in a public place and the accident was not your fault you can probably make a claim for personal injury. The accident does not have to be caused by someone’s deliberate act but if they can be shown to be negligent – in other words, to have behaved in a way contrary to what an average person would expect – then you can claim. Getting a personal injury compensation quote is as easy as picking up the phone or making a few quick keystrokes on a computer.
Your personal injury compensation quote may surprise you
If you want to get an approximate personal injury compensation quote you can go to the Accident Advice Helpline website and fill in our 30-second test. You will find the box to the right hand side of every page and when we say ’30 second’ we really do mean it – all you need do is fill in a few basic facts about your accident or injury and the approximate amount of compensation you may be due will appear. This is for guidance only – to get a more accurate personal injury compensation quote you should call our Freephone number to speak to one of our expert lawyers. They will discuss all of the details of your claim with you and if you wish to proceed, will take over the case. We are accredited by the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) and Lexcel, the Law Society’s practice management standard so you can trust our experts completely.
We take away the worry
If you have been injured by an accident or medical negligence you will probably have financial worries either short or long term and worrying about them can seriously impair your recovery. Not having to worry about money is a great relief to most people who approach us to help with their personal injury claim and although times do vary when it comes to a final judgement, knowing that someone is on the case on your behalf is often all it needs to calm the fears. There is usually no need to appear in court and everything can be done over the phone, so if your injuries are severe or if you don’t want to face an employer or neighbour over the issue, you can leave it all in our capable hands.
Date Published: September 23, 2013
Author: David Brown