Car accident claimants seeking compensation can obtain a quick estimate of what their claim may be worth by using an auto claim calculator. The claimant answers some questions about their accident and can receive an idea of what their claim might be worth in the online questionnaire.
Auto accidents may involve personal injury, damage to vehicle from simple repairs to write-off, or both. Cases can be complex, but the auto claim calculator is a handy tool to help you make an informed decision to start a claim, with no obligation. Firstly, you must meet three conditions to be eligible to apply. These are
- The accident was not your fault
- It happened within the last three years
- You received medical attention because of the accident
How much will it cost?
The auto claim calculator gives you an early indicator of how much compensation you might be entitled to claim. The calculator is free to use and you can complete the questions from the comfort of your living room.
Should you decide to move forward with a claim, then Accident Advice Helpline can support you throughout the legal process. We work strictly under the no-win, no-fee agreement and we don’t charge any up-front fees. If you call us for initial advice, it’s free and our friendly advisers are happy to answer your questions. Alternatively, you can take our 30-second quick and easy online test, to see if you are eligible and start your claim online.
Auto claim calculator at Accident Advice Helpline
We are one of Britain’s leading specialist law firms, and we are proud of our reputation for delivering total satisfaction. With the answers from the auto claim calculator, you can make an informed decision about whether or not to proceed with a claim.
You can start your claim on the website or call us on 0800 689 0500 (landline) or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile phone. We are endorsed by Dame Esther Rantzen, renowned champion of consumer rights and well-known TV personality.
Tips for staying safe on the roads
- Check your tyre pressures, oil, water and screen wash bottle regularly.
- Have your vehicle regularly serviced by a trusted local garage
- Ensure you have enough fuel for a long journey, or know there are service stations on your route
- Don’t drive if you are tired, ill or suffering from the effects of alcohol or medication
- Take note of weather forecasts and in bad weather conditions, follow the advice of the emergency services
- If you must travel against advice, keep emergency supplies in your car: a blanket, warm coat, snow shovel, water and snacks
- Make sure your mobile phone is fully charged and that you have it with you
- Take out a membership of a reputable breakdown recovery service
Date Published: 14th January 2013
Author: David Brown