Accident Advice Helpline is an accident injury claim with over 10 years of experience with personal injury claims. After working with every type of personal injury claim, we decided to set up a telephone line where people can talk directly to our professional advisers. We have found that this saves them many hours of online searches, as our advisers listen carefully to their case and then give them targeted, clear answers. The phone line is free and it’s open 24/7, because we wanted it to be as convenient as possible for you. Call us on 0800 689 0500 or at 0333 500 0993, with absolutely no obligation to proceed with your claim.
Here are some of the most common questions an accident solicitor in Earls Colne gets asked:
- “I want to know if I can make a claim”
This is an easy one. You just have to answer the questions of our 30 Second Calculator and you know. It’s about who was at fault for your injury and how long ago it happened. If it was not your fault and it was not longer than three years ago, you probably can ask for a financial compensation.
- “I want to know how much money I will get”
This is actually also answered by the 30 Second Calculator. It is impossible to give you an exact figure, not even an accident solicitor in Earls Colne could do that. We can, however, give you an estimate on the amount of money you will get, and it’s based on the type of injury and on how serious it was, making a comparison with similar cases and looking at their outcomes.
- “I want to know how long I have to wait until I receive the money”
This is something that you can find out by calling Accident Advice Helpline or by talking to an accident solicitor in Earls Colne. You will again only receive an estimate based on the complexity of your case. The time a court takes to assess and solve a personal injury claim depends on many factors, but an accident solicitor with experience will probably be able to tell you how much time you will more or less have to wait.
- “I want to know what expenses I can expect to have covered”
The personal injury compensation addresses all the expenses you have had with a personal injury that happened through no fault of your own. First of all are any medical expenses, because the main purpose of the compensation is to support you to get well as soon as possible.
Besides that, you will probably get covered most expenses that you have had because of the injury. So anything from lost wages to transportation costs and child care. Just make sure you hold on to any receipts you might receive. They will prove useful during the trial.