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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Accident solicitor in Durness

    How to find the best accident solicitor in Durness

    Since you’re looking for an accident solicitor in Durness, you must be considering filing a personal injury claim. Before contacting a legal advisor, however, you should make sure that you qualify to make the claim. There are many situations where people intend to file a personal injury claim for a compensation that they are actually not entitled to, from a legal point of view. There are a few conditions that you must meet. This is also the first thing that an accident solicitor in Durness would assess.

    Figure out if you qualify to make a personal injury claim

    Imagine that a company created a tool that would help people find out immediately if they meet the requirements to file an injury claim. Imagine it as a sort of a calculator that computes your answers to a few questions and then tells you exactly what you want to know. That would be pretty great, right?  Well, this tool exists and it’s called the 30 second calculator. It was built by Accident Advice Helpline to help people figure out whether they qualify to receive a compensation for their personal injuries.

    If your case is more delicate or if you still have doubts, you could get in touch with an accident solicitor in Durness. It would probably be easier, to talk to someone from Accident Advice Helpline. The numbers are 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993, from your mobile.

    The rule is that you can only file a personal injury claim if you have been injured not longer than three years ago, because of someone else’s mistake or negligence. So if you’re not to blame for your own injury and if no more than three years have passed, you probably have the right to receive a compensation.

    What are the expenses that you should expect to have covered?

    The compensation differs from case to case. The amounts that are awarded to the victims of accidents are proportional to the degree of their injuries. As a general guideline, the compensation covers most of the expenses generated by the accident, starting with medical costs and ending with other adjacent costs like child care, transport, lost wages etc.

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    How long you will have to wait?

    Just as the money is different from case to case, the duration of the claim to be processed also varies, depending on how complicated it is. It is impossible to be 100% sure about the duration, but feel free to ask one of our advisors, they will be able to give you an estimate of the time period you’ll have to wait until receiving the money you deserve. An accident solicitor in Durness could also give you an estimate, especially if they have a lot of experience.

    Date Published: 23rd July 2013

    Author: laura.balut

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