Making an accident claim in Kidderminster
Kidderminster is located in the Wyre Forest in Worcestershire. With a population of 55,000 or thereabouts, it shouldn’t be difficult to find all the amenities one would expect in a small town, including general advice for an accident claim in Kidderminster. However, should specialist advice be needed in a precise area of law, it might be that the right legal expert would be elsewhere in the UK. Examples are:
- Injury claims for clinical negligence
- Road traffic accidents
- Injuries at work and work-related illnesses. These sometimes involve class actions which could be subject to a different procedure than a single claim
- Slips, trips and falls in public places, or in holiday locations or on cruise ships
- Other types of injuries caused by faulty equipment, for example sports injuries or consumer goods which are substandard and cause accidents
- Food poisoning
Make your accident claim in Kidderminster
A person who has been injured by a third party, that is what is defined by a non-fault accident, may have rights to claim compensation. An accident casualty may be too incapacitated or unwell to set off visiting firms of solicitors, but fortunately Accident Advice Helpline can get you started with the information you need online.
To find out whether you or a friend or family member is entitled to make an accident claim in Kidderminster, simply call our sympathetic and knowledgeable advisors on 0800 689 0500 or on 0333 500 0993 from your mobile. They understand that you are in shock and distressed and they will handle your enquiry sensitively and efficiently.
Your enquiry call won’t cost you anything because our numbers are freephones and the lines are open 24 hours seven days per week. You should be able to speak to an advisor, but if we can’t answer all your questions immediately we’ll call you back.
One of the leading personal injury claim experts
We have been established since the year 2000 and we have some of the best accident lawyers in the industry, in all branches of personal injury law. Our advisors can talk you through the claims process and should you decide to start your claim, we can prepare the forms and send them over to you to check.Open Claim Calculator
It’s not always necessary to go to court, if the defendant accepts liability and the compensation amount is agreed without difficulty, you will be sent a Part 36 offer letter inviting you to settle. Once all parties are agreed, you could find that compensation award cheque on its way to you sooner than you think. It is usual for a claimant to have an independent medical check to support their claim.