Getting an automobile report for compensation
Attempting to beat congestion and in the effort to become greener, more and more road users are turning to motorcycles and mopeds to replace their cars. As a result, the number of motorcycle accidents is on the increase. You’ve seen all the ads, you’ve heard all the stories of it happening to a friend of a friend – but if you were to find yourself in the middle of an automobile accident, would you really know how to take the best steps?
Accidents can be a confusing time for everybody involved, but it is good idea to get as much information as possible in order to make a successful next step. Accident Advice Helpline are one of the UK’s top compensation organisations, and when it comes to your health it’s best to take it straight to the pros. With our no win no fee guarantee, we will put both your wellbeing and your finances in the utmost safety.
Running now for over 15 years, there really is nothing you can’t turn to us for, with the most common problems that come with a car accident being things like:
- Bicycle/quad bike injuries;
- Passive injury (i.e. being the passenger);
- Motorway pile-ups; and
- Uninsured compensation.
What’s important to know is that we can only help you if the accident in question was somebody else’s fault. Here are the absolute basic guidelines you need to get yourself back on your feet. If the accident has only just happened, read through the whole list. If the accident happened some time ago, skip to step 3.
- First up, take down the details of any other party involved;
- Take photos at the scene, if even only on your mobile phone;
- Then, it’s time to come to us. Take the 30-second test on our website to see if you qualify for insurance;
- Research into when the automobile accident happened if it isn’t recent. Make sure it was within the last three years; and
- Call our 24-hour service and you should be set up as soon as possible.
Making your claim stronger using an automobile report with lots of detail
- Remember, the accident in question may mean taking time off from work. Note down your absent dates and make sure to speak to your employer about any lost income;
- Keep track of other expenses, such as hospital visits, medication, reconstructive surgery, etc. If the results of your accident were long-term, this may end up diminishing your income on a more regular basis; and
- If the police come to the scene, make sure to take down their report number. The more details you get down, the stronger your case will be.
If you get stuck on any details though, don’t worry. Accident Advice Helpline can always work with the bear minimum. What’s important to us is that you get back to your regular life and the road as quick as possible.
Call us today on 0800 689 0500 to get started on your compensation claim.
Date Published: 29th July 2013