Traffic accidents which are not your fault are very distressing if you have been injured. One minute you are driving along without a care in the world and the next you are trapped in your car with a broken leg or even worse. Because of the unexpected nature of all accidental injury you will probably have made no financial provision to carry you through if you are unable to work and it is for this reason, and to compensate you for physical pain and distress, that the injury compensation system was set up.
It is easy to claim injury compensation for traffic accidents
Not everyone realises how simple it is to claim injury compensation if you are hurt in a traffic accident. If the accident was not your fault just one call to Accident Advice Helpline will start the ball rolling and as long as there is clear evidence that the other driver was to blame, the case should be sorted out quite quickly although there is never any guarantee as to the speed or the size of the personal injury claim. Our expert lawyers will deal with all aspects of the case and you are unlikely to have to attend court. This is an important factor for anyone whose injuries are serious. AAH have been helping people claim personal injury compensation for fourteen years so you can be sure that any advice or following legal services you receive are of the highest quality.
No money up front
The reason many people do not seek injury compensation following a traffic accident is that they think it will cost a lot of money to bring the action. This could be the case with some law firms, but the lawyers who work with Accident Advice Helpline work on a 100% guaranteed no win, no fee* basis. This means that fees are retained from the injury compensation you receive, so you don’t have to find fees in advance. Add the fact that you can start the process of claiming your compensation with just one Freephone call and it seems unbelievable that some people – even when quite badly injured – do not seek personal injury compensation from the driver who is at fault. Having a traffic accident is distressing enough, without ending up in financial difficulties through being unable to work.
Date Published: September 23, 2013
Author: David Brown