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Personal injury claim form

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Personal injury claim form


How much time will my injury claim take?

It could be just one personal injury claim form, but it is not a rigorous process to bring an injury claim to fruition, especially with the help of friendly and helpful personal injury advisers like those found at Accident Advice Helpline. When you call Accident Advice Helpline, you will quickly find that we will do all the hard work that we possibly can on your behalf.

Every claim is unique in circumstances and detail, just as the result will be. However, in a great many cases the claim can proceed with you filling out just a single personal injury claim form. There is, of course, much more paperwork which goes into proceeding with a personal injury claim through the county courts, although the specialist teams at Accident Advice Helpline will usually be able to fill out every complicated personal injury claim form on your behalf.


What additional paperwork goes into a claim?

The experienced solicitors here at Accident Advice Helpline know that it is the all-important evidence which can turn a failed case into a successful one. There are many injury claim forms that must be filled out to the satisfaction of the court before the claim can proceed. This can include:

  • Documents which explain the claim to the court;
  • Paperwork associated with costs;
  • Witness statements;
  • Medical evidence; and
  • Expert evidence which comes from mechanics, engineers, professional inspectors and other supporters of your case, depending on the nature of the accident.

Remember, also, that the other side who are defending you claim will need to be delivered copies of all relevant paperwork, as will the judge who will hear the case. This can mean extensive time and attention needs to be invested, because a failure to deliver the relevant injury claim form can result in the court refusing to admit the evidence and the claim failing as a result. In law, timing and attention to detail can make all the difference.

If you feel that you have been injured and the accident was not your fault, it is well worth your while to call Accident Advice Helpline. You may be able to win compensation for the injustice caused to you with as little inconvenience as one personal injury claim form.

Just call 0800 689 5659 for a no-obligation chat today!