Road traffic accident claims require professional help so best talk to Accident Advice Helpline
If you or a loved one has recently been involved in a road traffic accident then you might be considering making accident claims in Wycombe. The law clearly states that if a person has been hurt or injured during an accident that wasn’t their fault then they are legally entitled to make an accident claim and if successful receive compensation for their loss, injuries and inconvenience.
Am I entitled to make an injury claim?
If you are uncertain if your no fault accident entitles you to make an injury claim then you would be well advised to make your first point of contact Accident Advice Helpline. To start with it’s important that you verify your eligibility for an injury claim. With Accident Advice Helpline this couldn’t be easier. Simply take Accident Advice Helpline Thirty Second Test and honestly answer a few quick and easy questions and in half a minute you’ll know for certain if your no fault accident entitles you to make an injury claim.
Reach for the phone
If you are entitled to make an injury claim then it is important that your ring Accident Advice Helpline straight away. The reason that it is vitally important that you contact Accident Advice Helpline as soon as possible is because under UK law all road traffic accident claims in Wycombe need to be settled within three years of the accident. After this time period your injury claim is invalid, so the clock is ticking from the date of your accident and it is important that the claim is resolved otherwise you could miss out on your entitlement to compensation all because of a technicality.
What compensation can I seek for road traffic accident claims in Wycombe?
- You are entitled to seek compensation for any injuries sustained within the non-fault road traffic accident and additionally for any medical condition which has been caused as a direct result of the accident. If a previous medical condition has been accelerated or worsened by the accident then you may be entitled to receive compensation for this aspect too, but it is vitally important that your medical records are available for full disclosure.
- A victim can claim for any losses caused by the non-fault accident such as damage to vehicle or personal possessions or insurance costs.
- Keep any receipts of costs or items that have been incurred as a direct result of your non-fault accident. Prescription charges, over the counter medication and transportation or parking costs to and from medical appointments quickly mount up.
- Discuss with your injury lawyer about your loss of earnings due to being unable to work following your no fault accident.
Contact Accident Advice Helpline now, for free on 0800 6890 0500 or 0333 500 0993 for some free advice on how to best proceed and access to 100% guaranteed no-win, no-fee injury lawyers.
Date Published: 1st June 2014
Author: Emma Newman