How to make a claim as an accident victim in St Edmundsbury
If you have been injured in an accident that was not your fault then you may be considering making a claim as an accident victim in St Edmundsbury, but how precisely do you go about getting the compensation that you deserve? How do you know who it is that you need to make a claim against, and what is the information that you need to provide them?
Luckily here at Accident Advice Helpline we have the answers to all the questions you are likely to have, as well as a team of dedicated solicitors who have the experience to handle every aspect of your accident claim as an accident victim in St Edmundsbury.
Get in touch
When it comes to making an accident claim in St Edmundsbury one of the first things you will need to do is get in touch with us. We have a free phone helpline that is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week and you can contact us at any time to discuss your accident, and the possibility of making a claim. We can answer the questions you may have and provide you with free, no obligation advice on the best way forward for you under your circumstances.
Once you know for certain that not only you are able to make a claim, but that you would like to do so, we can arrange for one of our solicitors to get in touch with your directly. This solicitor will then work on your accident claim in St Edmundsbury from start to finish, and will do all they can to ensure that you get the maximum amount of compensation that you deserve. To find out how much that might be you can take our 30 second test at any point during your accident claim in St Edmundsbury.
What your solicitor will do
In the first instance your solicitor will take all the relevant details they need from you to ascertain the nature of your accident claim in St Edmundsbury. This will include details of what happened during the accident, where it occurred and who else was involved. It may be that someone else who was present at the time of the accident was liable for your injuries; it could be that your accident was caused as a result of the actions of someone else who was not on the scene. Your solicitor will look at the facts of your case and determine where liability is likely to lie – and this in turn will be against whom your claim is made.
Your solicitor will then get in touch with this third party and start claims proceedings. They will liaise with their legal representatives on your behalf and argue your case. You won’t need to worry about a thing as your Accident Advice Helpline will handle everything for you.
Call us on 0800 689 0500.
Date Published: 22nd September 2014
Author: David Brown