Figure it out
You’ve been injured and you’ve heard about personal injury claims. The idea of receiving financial compensation for your injury is interesting, but you don’t really know how it works. You’ve probably been searching online for information on the subject and have spent hours and hours trying to find some answers to the questions that you have.
We’ll try here to sum up the most frequent questions that come up on the subject of personal injury claims, and if there’s anything that you’d like to know and we will have missed here, at the end of the article you will find a way to find out as soon as possible.
Who can file a personal injury claim?
UK law is designed to protect anyone who is hurt through no fault of their own. Therefore, the first condition that you have to meet in order to file a personal injury claim is that you have not caused your own injury, but it happened because of someone else. It’s less relevant if the blame belongs to a person, a company or a public institution, just as long as it wasn’t you.
The second condition you must meet refers to time. In the case of most personal injuries, the timeframe for filing a claim expires three years after the date of the injury. This means that you shouldn’t procrastinate too much and find an accident solicitor in East Anstey.
How to find a good accident solicitor in East Anstey
You might be willing to work with a local accident claim company. However, depending on the type of injury you have suffered, it might prove more advantageous to work with a bigger company, or a different company operating on a national level. Their location shouldn’t be a problem, as most often claims are solved over the phone or online.
Accident Advice Helpline
If you file a claim with Accident Advice Helpline, for example, you don’t have to pay anything when you start the claim. The best way to get quality information is by talking to a specialist. Our specialists are only a phone call away. Call free on 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 from a monile, talk to them and figure out the steps you should follow.
Date Published: 25th July 2013