Personal injury claims can arise whenever you suffer physical or mental harm, which can be partly or wholly attributed to someone else’s actions. They can result from a number of accidents, including road traffic accidents, workplace injuries, industrial diseases, sports accidents, and slips, trips and falls.
How to claim for a personal injury in Woldingham
If you want to ensure that you receive the maximum possible compensation settlement for your injuries, you will need to enlist the services of an accident solicitor in Woldingham.
At Accident Advice Helpline, our solicitors have extensive experience of providing specialist personal injury claim advice. We offer a no-obligation assessment of your claim and a 100% no win, no fee package to ensure that you are able to claim compensation without putting your hard-earned savings at risk.
- Ensure that you receive realistic advice on all aspects of your accident claim.
- Provide you with an experienced accident solicitor in Woldingham on a 100% no win, no fee basis.
- Explain your legal position in plain English.
- Keep you up to date with all aspects of your claim.
How to provide your accident solicitor in Woldingham with the best possible chance of winning your case
In order to help your accident solicitor in Woldingham to claim compensation on your behalf, you must start legal proceedings within a certain time frame, which is referred to as the limitation period. You will usually need to file your claim within three years of the date of your personal injury. If you fail to comply with this limitation period, you may lose out on your chance to make a claim.
While the three-year limitation period applies to the vast majority of accident claims, there may be some exceptions to this rule. In rare circumstances, an accident solicitor in Woldingham may be able to persuade the court to exercise its discretion and allow your claim to proceed outside of the time limit.
If you believe you may be entitled to claim compensation, you should seek professional legal advice as soon as possible. Even if you have missed the three-year time limit, we may still be able to start legal proceedings. For expert advice, call us now on our Freephone helpline or use our 30-second test.
Date Published: 28th December 2013
Author: David Brown