When your accident happened, it probably came as a complete surprise. Most accidents do. Some accidents result in little or no damage, either to you or your property, but unfortunately, other accidents can have devastating effects.
An accident doesn’t have to be serious, though, for harm to be caused. A minor bump at some traffic lights can cause whiplash, which can be painful and inconvenient. A trip and fall in your place of work can result in a broken wrist and some time off, during which income can be affected.
When such things happen, it may be possible to make an accident claim in North Dorset. But how do you go about claiming?
How to make an accident claim in North Dorset with Accident Advice Helpline
Firstly, you need to have been in an accident that caused you to get injured, and it must have been caused by someone else. It could be a car accident or a workplace accident, as mentioned above, or it could be something else, such as an incident involving a faulty product.
If you’ve had such an accident, then Accident Advice Helpline would like to hear from you, because one of our no win no fee solicitors could work on your behalf to get you the compensation you deserve.
Simply call us, or take the 30 second test on our website, to start the process. Your eligibility will be assessed, and you can even get an estimate of what you could be awarded if your claim is successful. (We cannot give you exact figures, but it’s useful for you to have some idea of what you might receive.)
If you qualify to claim and you want to go ahead with your case, one of our team of solicitors will get to work on your case as soon as they can. Their aim is to secure you a payout. If you win your case, you will get your payout. If you don’t win, then at least you have peace of mind because of the no win no fee arrangement.
What does the payout consist of?
When you’ve been in an accident, you have very likely experienced some pain and suffering. You have probably also lost money as a result of being off work and receiving reduced pay (such as if you’ve received statutory sick pay), but also because you’ve had to pay out extra money for services such as home helps and childminders.
The payout reflects the pain and suffering that you’ve endured. It also reimburses you for losses such as the extra expenses and reduced income that we’ve just talked about.
Why not get started with your case now? Dial 0800 689 0500 from a landline, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile, and talk to one of our advisors today.
Date Published: 2nd November 2015
Author: David Brown