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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Introduction to Car Accident Claims


    ContentsEstablishing fault in a car accidentWhat to do if you are involved in a car accidentHow to claimIt can often be very difficult to know who is to blame for a car accident. Most insurance companies explicitly state in their policies that drivers should not admit fault in any way until it has been incontrovertibly….

    How to claim for a metatarsal fracture


    There are a number of ways you can potentially suffer a metatarsal fracture. For some people it can occur as a result of something heavy dropping on their feet. Others may get a fracture due to someone aggressively and illegally tackling them while playing football. Whatever the reason, it is worth knowing how to claim….

    How to make a claim against the ambulance service


    ContentsWhy might you consider a claim against the ambulance service?Was the ambulance service negligent?Call our team today to find out if you could claimEvery day, thousands of paramedics go to work for their local ambulance service. In London alone, ambulances have been a regular sight on the roads for over a century. Each part of….

    Proving an accident at work claim


    ContentsHow to go about proving an accident at work claimWhat should you do immediately following an accident at work?Make sure you see your GPHow much could you receive if your compensation claim went through?Every day, people go to work in thousands of workplaces across the UK. They work in all manner of different roles, some….

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