Have you recently been injured in a car accident in which another vehicle was at fault? You may be entitled to compensation from the owner of that vehicle. You may have been a pedestrian travelling on foot, a passenger in another vehicle or you could have been the driver when the incident occurred. It doesn’t matter as you will still be able to claim personal injury compensation if your injury was sustained through someone else’s negligence.
Our company patron is consumer champion Esther Rantzen who believes that the consumer has the right to free advice should they have suffered negligence in any way. The Accident Advice Helpline is free to call should you have been injured in a car accident that was not your fault and we do not take a fee unless you decide to fight your case and you win a monetary award. Our team are available to speak to directly during working hours so give us a call to discuss your claim. If you were injured in a car accident, you may have financial difficulties if you cannot return to work straight away therefore you should be compensated for this if the accident was not your fault.
Contacting us if you were injured in a car accident
Contacting us could not be easier. You just have to pick up your landline and it is free to phone any time. Alternatively, you can try out our 30-second compensation calculator which will be able to give you a rough estimate of how much money you could claim if you have been injured in a car accident. Making a personal injury claim may seem like a daunting task but most of our claims are settled over the phone and very rarely do they need to go to court. As we have been in business since 2000, we have dealt with all sorts of injury from whiplash to severe brain damage so you will be in safe hands.
You may have suffered whiplash, facial injuries, brain or head injuries or back injuries when you were injured in a car accident, all of which can hinder your normal way of life. Sometimes this is only for a short period of time, but sometimes it is for much longer therefore it is important that the person responsible is held accountable.
Date Published: September 24, 2013
Author: David Brown