Average pay outs for injury

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What are the average pay outs for injury claims?

Accidents happen to us all from time to time; but when you are the victim of an accident which wasn’t your fault and someone else is to blame, it can be particularly distressing. If you’ve tripped, slipped or fallen and another individual or organisation is responsible, you may be eligible to claim compensation for the injuries sustained as a result. While no amount of money can erase the physical and psychological pain caused by injuries due to the actions or negligence of others, compensation can help to cover costs while you get back on your feet. This can be particularly welcome as many people cannot work, or struggle to care for their families while they are recovering from an accident.

What are the average pay outs for injury claims due when others are at fault?

Average pay outs for injury claims depend upon the nature and the severity of the accident and its consequences, so if you want to know more about making a claim and the possible amount of compensation you could receive, the first thing you should do is to call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile for professional, friendly advice from a leading law firm.

We have over 15 years’ experience in the personal injury claims industry. We also have the privilege of being able to name TV personality Esther Rantzen as our patron and offer a friendly, professional service to all our customers. At AAH, we know that making a personal injury claim can seem like a daunting prospect, but when you come to us, there’s no need to worry. Our sympathetic advisers will talk to you in confidence and help you find out how much you could claim. Rather than offering rough guidelines on the average pay outs for injury claims, our trained compensation advisers will discuss your individual circumstances to give you a personalised estimate of the amount you could be eligible to receive. What’s more, AAH’s 30-second compensation calculator means that it’s quick and easy to get an idea of the value of the claim. Our telephone advice service is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, so you can call us any time to discuss making a personal injury claim. At AAH, we work with a team of lawyers across the country and all cases are handled on a no win, no fee* basis, so if your case is not successful, there will be absolutely no legal fees to pay.

So, if you’ve had an accident that wasn’t your fault, don’t get hung up on the average pay outs for injury claims, simply call AAH to discuss your case and find out straight away how much you could receive.

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