Are you recovering from an accident in South Cambridgeshire?
If so, it could be the perfect time for you to make an injury claim with Accident Advice Helpline.
When you’ve been in an accident in South Cambridgeshire, the most important thing is the recovery of your health but once you have that sorted, you may want to think about making a claim.
It isn’t just about getting some money for a new car or well-deserved holiday, it’s about conquering the fears that the accident has left you with and making a stand so that you can live your life the way you used to. Don’t let an accident rob you of the confidence to live life fully. Take a look at how it works below.
Who can do it?
If you haven’t claimed for an injury before, you may be wondering if there’s a criteria for who can make a claim. As long as your accident in South Cambridgeshire was in the last three years and it was through no fault of your own, you have a good chance of getting some compensation. Some of the more common types of accidents include, road traffic accidents, accidents while at work or on holiday, slip, trips, falls, food poisoning or medical negligence.
However, if your type of accident isn’t listed here you can still get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline to find out what you’re entitled to.
When you do this, make sure to mention all the details of the period in which you were injured. Many people forget to mention the bills they’ve had to pay as a result of their injury and therefore never get the chance to claim them back.
If your injury has meant you’ve been out of work for some time you could claim for a loss of earnings, as well as medical or prescription costs you may have had to pay and others. Everything is worth mentioning so you get exactly what you’re entitled to.
How do I do this?
Making a claim for your accident in South Cambridgeshire is easier than you may think and Accident Advice Helpline have made it that much easier.
If you’d like to know what your claim could bring you, use the 30 second test on the Accident Advice Helpline website.
The test asks you to answer a few easy questions and when you’re done it will tell you if your claim is eligible and give you a rough estimation of how much money you could receive from it. When you’ve done that, the next step is to get in touch with them.
You can call the Accident Advice Helpline call centre 24/7 on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile. There will always be a friendly, professional around to answer your call and give you free advice with no obligation.
You won’t be bogged down with sales pitches or scripted answers that get you nowhere, and their no-win no-fee* policy means you won’t have to front any money before the claim begins. You’re completely safe in these hands!