Accident claim in Manchester


Living in a busy city has it perks. It also has its downfalls. Crowded buses, streets full of people all in a hurry to get somewhere; shoppers, businessmen,and crossing the road, can become an art form.

How do you know if you have a valid claim? There are a few things to think about before making an accident claim in Manchester. These three are the most important;

1. When did the accident happen?

In order for you to have a valid reason for making an accident claim in Manchester, the accident must have occurred within the last three years; there are exceptions to this but these are normally industrial injuries related to the workplace.

2. How did it happen?

if you slipped and fell because you were on your mobile phone and not looking where you were going it makes no difference where you were, the accident cannot be said to be anyone else’s fault. To start making an accident claim in Manchester you must be able to show that your injury was result of someone else’s negligence.

3. Did you suffer because of injury?

You can only start making an accident claim in Manchester if you suffered some sort of personal injury, and have documented proof showing you received medical treatment.

If you are unsure about your eligibility then contact us at Accident Advice helpline who offer a 30-second test that will help you decide. There is no obligation to proceed it is just an assessment so that you know from the first stage if you have any sort of case.

3. Do you have evidence?

It doesn’t matter what injury you suffered, if you have no proof then you cannot make a claim. Telling someone at an injury claim office that you broke your leg won’t be enough. You need to have your hospital records or medical assessment . Witnesses are also a great help so take notes of telephone numbers and contact details of anyone who was present at the time.

Get in touch today and start making an accident claim in Manchester

Use a reputable company such as Accident Advice helpline to assist in assessing your claim. We have over 15 years of experience so you can rest assured we are able to achieve the best possible outcome on your claim, no matter the circumstances. Our patron is Dame Esther Rantzen who has campaigned for fair practice for so long and is a well known television personality.

So before you choose which injury claim company you intend to use, why not take a look at Accident Advice helpline and get some good professional advice from one of our trained team of advisors. Give us a call today on 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 on mobile phone.

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