Did you know…?
… that if you have suffered an accident and injury in Rhymney you could be entitled to claim compensation? Research in the past has suggested that as few as three in ten people who have an valid claim for compensation go on to make a claim.
Of course, it is not compulsory to claim compensation, therefore some people may decide that claiming compensation for their injuries is not for them. On the other hand, some people may be unaware that they could claim.
We at Accident Advice Helpline want to ensure that everyone can access the information and advice they need in order to make an informed decision about what is best for them. This is why we encourage everyone who thinks they may have a claim to call us for an informal, no-obligation chat.
However, we have summarised the main points concerning making a compensation claim for accident and injury in Rhymney below.
The accident in which you were hurt must not have been your fault
Many people are unaware that because the accident was the fault of someone else that they have a claim for compensation.
In some cases, it can be difficult to know who is responsible – for example, if you fell at a public event, who is liable for compensation and so on? Accident Advice Helpline can help to deal with all this information and answer your questions.
Your injuries will need to be medically assessed
The likelihood is, you will have taken this step already. Being hurt can present some serious consequences for people. Some injuries are life-threatening or life-changing.
Many people also find dealing with the trauma of being hurt difficult. This is a fact that can also be compensated for, but the important factor is that all injuries will need to be medically assessed.
You must claim compensation in good time
There is a three-year deadline that applies to all compensation cases. How this deadline is applied can vary but it starts from the time it can be reasonably assumed the accident was the cause of the injuries. In most cases, this is from the date of the accident.
Make your claim for accident and injury in Rhymney with us
We could start work on your claim today. Why not call us and find if your claim is eligible and how you can benefit from our no-win, no-fee service too.
There is no obligation to continue if you change your mind, there is no need to worry. Call 0800 689 0500 from a landline or use 0333 500 0993 if calling from a mobile.
Why not call us now and find out about more about how to claim after your accident and injury in Rhymney?
Date Published: 9th December 2015