Being in a car accident could leave you with a number of injuries, as well as faced with various bills to pay. If you are unsure of what to do following an accident in order to make a claim for compensation, you will find what you need here. Read our useful information below, as well as info on how to get in touch for advice after a car accident in Norfolk.
Things to know after a car accident
The following information could prove useful to you if you’ve been involved in an accident.
How much time to make a claim
You can make a claim for compensation up to three years after an accident, and longer if the accident involved a minor. This means if your accident happened some time ago but you hadn’t considered making a claim before, you may still have time.
What you can claim for
You are entitled compensation for your injuries as well as out of pocket expenses which have occurred as a result of your injuries. For example, if you’ve been forced off work without pay, faced with medical expenses or travel costs, these could also be included in your claim.
Making a claim
Making a claim following an accident is easy with Accident Advice Helpline. As a leading law firm that specialises in personal injury claims, we handle claims for people all over the UK and help them get the compensation they deserve for their injuries. We will handle all aspects of the claim on your behalf, meaning there will be no forms for you to fill in and as most of our claims are completed over the phone, it is unlikely that you will have to go to court.
No win, no fee claims
One of the reasons we have built an excellent reputation is because of our 100% no win, no fee guarantee. This means that should your claim be unsuccessful, you won’t be left with huge legal fees to pay, minimising the risk to you in proceeding with your claim.
Getting in touch for advice after a car accident in Norfolk
If you need to talk to someone for advice following your accident, then Accident Advice Helpline is here to help. We have a team of friendly, professional advisers who will be able to assess your eligibility before presenting your options for making a claim.
You can call us for free on 0800 689 0500 (0333 500 0993 from mobiles) for no obligation advice about making a claim. If you want a quick way of checking your eligibility, why not use our 30-second online test that will easily help you find out if you could be in with the chance of making a claim.
Date Published: 13th July 2015
Author: David Brown