Compensation claims for injuries
Many people unfortunately, suffer injuries every day. It may be that the injuries are slight, and they will recover quickly. Some people, however, suffer far more serious injuries that can have a huge impact on daily life.
But, of these people injured in accident across the UK, only 3 out 10 of them claim compensation for their injuries. Could you be eligible for compensation and the help of our solicitor in Stirling?
Who are Accident Advice Helpline?
We are a law firm, with 14 years’ of experience in helping clients claim compensation, or to put it another way, the financial justice they deserve and are entitled to.
We have always had a strict assessment procedure, hence we only deal with cases that are genuine and eligible for compensation.
We have a large team of solicitors, all waiting to help clients get the maximum amount of compensation settlements for their injuries, with our solicitor in Stirling waiting to help do just that for you!
Getting in touch is simple… You can call us on: 0800 689 0500 or use the online contact form and we will get right back to you.
How did your arm get broken?
This will be one of the questions our advisers will ask you before they pass your case to our solicitor in Stirling.
The situation, circumstance, event or accident in which you sustained your injuries must NOT have been your fault. You could have broken your arm in a cycling accident or being knocked over by a car, for example but as long as you were the innocent victim, you could have a claim.
When was your arm broken?
Many people seeking compensation with the legal help of our solicitor in Stirling, do not realise there is a deadline for making claims. This is within 3 years of the date of the accident; beyond this deadline and our solicitor in Stirling will be unable to help.
What treatment did you receive for your broken arm?
Some people have a cast for several weeks whilst other people with a broken arm may have to undergo the trauma of surgery, with pins and the like to aid the healing process.
Broken limbs, as well as being inconvenient, can also be painful, hence prescribed medication is a must. Other people, once the cast is removed, may find themselves having to undergo a course of physiotherapy.
All these details will need to be passed on to your Accident Advice Helpline adviser, who will make sure that our solicitor in Stirling will include this information in your detailed compensation case.