Have you had a car accident in Aberdeenshire? If you have had the misfortune of being involved in a car accident and it was not in any way your fault, then you may be at a stage where you wish to claim compensation. In order to do so, you are going to need to enlist the help of a reputable law firm.
When you have found the right law firm for you and your situation, your involvement in the claims process may well be very limited. Indeed, if you have a strong enough case, there is every chance that your solicitor could negotiate you a settlement out of court.
Evidence of your injuries
To have a chance of being awarded personal injury compensation after suffering an injury in a car accident in Aberdeenshire (that was another persons fault), you are going to need to provide a certain amount of evidence.
At the very least, you are going to have to provide some kind of medical evidence that shows you suffered the injuries that you claim to have, and in the accident that you were involved in. This is why it is one of the requirements of qualification of being able to claim under the conditional fee agreement (no-win, no-fee) that you see a medical professional, preferably a doctor, as soon as possible after your accident.
If you sought medical attention, or advice, right after being injured in a car accident in Aberdeenshire, then your injuries after the incident will have been fully noted by the doctor/nurse that treated you.
If you are able to, then providing the details of witnesses who may have seen your accident will be very useful to your personal injury lawyer, as will any photographic or evidence of the vehicles involved in the aftermath.
Free legal advice from Accident Advice Helpline
In conclusion then, if you have been hurt in a car accident in Aberdeenshire that was not your fault, and this happened within the past three years, then you should contact the best law firm that you can.
You are already on the site of one of the best national law firms in the UK, so why not just give us a ring on our free to call number 0800 689 0500 / 0333 500 0993
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Date Published: 15th June 2014
Author: David Brown