Accident claim information

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Do you need expert accident claim information?

If you have been hurt in an accident, and it was not your fault, you could be entitled to make a personal injury claim. UK law states that victim’s of non-fault accidents are entitled to recover their cost if the circumstances of their accident meets certain criteria. If this is your situation then you might be looking for accident claim information.

Are you entitled to make an accident claim?

It couldn’t be easier or quicker to find out for certain if you are entitled to make an accident claim. Take the unique 30-second test located on every page of the Accident Advice Helpline website. Simply answer the short series of questions honestly regarding your injury and accident and in a matter of moments you’ll discover if you qualify to make a claim.

What sort of things can you claim for?

The law states that victim’s of non-fault accidents are entitled to seek compensation for their injuries and reasonable losses.

  • Loss of earnings – Have your been unable to work since your non-fault accident? You may be entitled to seek a payout for loss of earnings.
  • Medical treatment – Have you required additional courses of medical treatment such as physiotherapy, osteopathy, trauma counselling or acupuncture? Perhaps your injuries damaged your teeth and you have required extensive dental treatment or have had to privately fund an MRI scan.
  • Incidental expenses – It’s surprising how quickly those expenses can mount up. Transportation costs such as taxi fares or hospital parking to and from medical appointments and prescription charges can seem like small sums of money, but keep a hold of all those receipts and you’ll be amazed to discover how much you will have paid out in a matter of a few months.

It’s not right that you should be left out of pocket and possibly in a financially vulnerable position because of an accident which was not your fault. It is right that you should be adequately compensated and Accident Advice Helpline will be glad to assist you make your accident claim.

Claiming for accidents

Accident Advice Helpline have been established since 2000 and since then we have handled numerous successful cases. There is nobody better to help you if you’ve been hurt. We can assist with:

  • accidents at work
  • slips, trips and falls
  • road traffic accidents

Call us free today on 0800 689 0500 from your landline or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile phone (charges may apply) for free, accident claim information and no-obligation advice about making an accident claim. Get the accident claim information you need today.

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