How are you coping with the aftermath of your car accident? It’s likely that you will have been quite shaken and shocked when the accident happened, and anxious to get medical attention so you could have your injuries treated.
When you were out of danger, resting in your bed or on your sofa, you will probably have been quite emotionally drained. At this point, tears are often shed. The accident could have been a lot worse, and you might be dwelling on that. But you might also cry because you are angry and frustrated.
The accident wasn’t even your fault, yet you’re in pain and unable to go to work. You’re also not capable of doing your usual household tasks, or taking care of yourself and your family.
What can you do about this situation?
To recover properly, you will need to follow your doctor’s advice. You will very likely need some rest, and the amount of rest you need will depend on how bad your injuries are.
You may also need further advice after a car accident in Lancashire with regard to the possibility of claiming compensation. You might have heard that, because your accident was someone else’s fault and you sustained an injury, you could make a claim and receive compensation.
That’s true. But making a claim isn’t something to be tackled on your own. You need the support of a law firm, so that you can keep your stress levels to a minimum and continue your recovery unhindered.
Where can you get claims advice after a car accident in Lancashire?
To get the right advice from people who know what they’re talking about, just make a phone call to Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile and speak to an advisor. Professionally trained, friendly and helpful, all the advisors who work for us will be delighted to speak to you.
More importantly, they will be pleased to listen to you. It is through listening, and asking the right questions when necessary, that they can gather the information they need in order to tell you whether you’re eligible to claim.
If you do qualify to claim, your case could be handled by one of our no win no fee* solicitors. They will work hard for you, with the aim of securing you a payout. You may need to go for an additional medical assessment, but it’s unlikely that you will need to attend court. Most claims can be dealt with entirely on behalf of our clients.
Why not call us now? Get the compensation you deserve.
Date Published: 7th September 2015
Author: David Brown