Making a compensation claim is not just a way for an accident victim to make a quick sum of money; it is a legal process put in place to protect those who have suffered at the hands of others. Being involved in an accident does not end there: some injuries take months to heal, and during that time the victim may be unable to work and will start to accumulate bills that they cannot clear. An accident solicitor in North Bovey could help you claim after an accident.
If you are considering making a compensation claim, then you need to employ the services of an accident solicitor in North Bovey. All solicitors will be able to advise you not only on your claim, but also on what you should do with your accumulating debts.
Helping you to help yourself
Everyone has debts; they may not like to admit it publicly, but there are precious few residents of the United Kingdom who have no debts at all. They could be small, such as an overdraft or short-term loan, or major ones such as a mortgage or credit card.
Suffering an accident can of course make the situation ten times worse, as now you have no income to support yourself and make payments towards your debts. Don’t ever feel that you are in a no win situation. A compensation claim can help you get back on your feet following an accident, so whatever your financial situation you are entitled to make a claim through an accident solicitor in North Bovey.
What are the costs?.
If money is a constant worry to you and is preventing you from making a claim, then you need to speak to someone and get some no-obligation advice. Many compensation claim firms work on a no win no fee* basis, so you do not have be paying sums of money upfront. You do, however, need to discuss what payments you will be expected to make, and this is why using an established and reputable claims company is essential.
Don’t rely on compensation from an accident solicitor in North Bovey
Any accident solicitor in North Bovey will tell you the same. Don’t rely on your potential compensation payout to bail you out of a tight situation. What you should do is try to deal with your debts as best you can. Speak to your creditors and explain your situation. It doesn’t matter how many letters you get from small companies from which you have had loans — you should always tackle your priority debts first such as your mortgage, gas and electricity bills. Council tax also rates highly on the list. Speaking to people makes a big difference and there are government-backed helplines that can hold your hand while you are getting back to work.
If you want further advice on making a claim, call Accident Advice Helpline today and speak to someone. We are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week on 0800 689 0500 from a landline, or on 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.
You are under no obligation at all, but may come away from the call with a clearer picture of what you need to do and what you could potentially gain.
Date Published: 11th January 2014
Author: David Brown