At Accident Advice Helpline, most of the calls we receive are from people who want to make a claim because they have been injured in an accident that was caused by someone else.
Many people are looking for an accident solicitor in Anglesey for injuries that a lot of readers would be familiar with – those caused in car accidents or slips and falls, for example.
But we also hear from people who have been injured in sports accidents. This is an area that some readers might be puzzled about. After all, isn’t playing sports necessarily risky?
You could be eligible to claim
There is always some risk inherent in sport, yes. But then, there’s some degree of risk involved in every activity we do. Pottering about at home involves risk, believe it or not. In fact, the home is the place in which we are most likely to have an accident and get injured!
Risk may not be eliminated, but it can certainly be managed. In fact, if your sporting injury happened because a risk might reasonably have been managed better, you could be eligible to claim through an accident solicitor in Anglesey.
How to begin your claim
At Accident Advice Helpline, it’s easy to begin your claim. For a start, we have a 24/7 hotline, and there are lines for both landlines and mobiles. There’s even a messaging service, too. We want to make that first contact with us as hassle-free as possible.
- Dial 0800 689 0500 from a landline
- Dial 0333 500 0993 from a mobile
- Text “claim365” to 88010
Your accident solicitor in Anglesey
When you call, a professional advisor will take your details and guide you through the process of claiming. They will tell you whether you are eligible to claim. If you are, your details will be passed to an accident solicitor on our team.
Here is where the claiming process begins in earnest. Your solicitor will work on your case, dealing with all the paperwork and contacting all the relevant agencies (such as insurance companies) with the aim of settling your claim. If successful, you will be awarded a payout for the accident and injury, as well as the expenses you’ve incurred.
How you can help your solicitor
There’s one thing you will need to do so that the claim can go ahead: attend an additional medical assessment. We understand that you’ve probably had enough of doctors and hospitals, but this is an essential part of the process.
It’s also helpful to hang on to all your receipts that are related to your accident, so keep hold of invoices from home helps and childminders, as well as taxi fare receipts and chemists’ receipts for prescriptions.
For more information, you can go to our website, where you can read our client testimonials and watch a video, featuring our patron, Dame Esther Rantzen, or just call us now on one of the above numbers. We look forward to helping you.
Date Published: 13th November 2014
Author: David Brown