Been involved in Barking and Dagenham road traffic accidents?
If you have had the misfortune to have been involved in Barking and Dagenham road traffic accidents you may be eligible to make an injury claim. As a general rule of thumb, victims of road traffic accidents are entitled to make an injury claim if the following criteria are applicable:
- You have been hurt or injured during the road traffic accident
- Your injuries required immediate (or subsequent) medical treatment
- The road traffic accident was not caused by yourself but by the actions, negligence or fault of another person.
If you have any uncertainty regarding your entitlement or eligibility to make an injury claim then it would be prudent of you to double check. It is easy to find out for certain if your Barking and Dagenham road traffic accidents qualifies you to make an injury claim. All you have to do is take the test.
Take a test? What sort of test?
Accident Advice Helpline’s 30-second test is a specially designed online calculator. Once the simple series of short questions are answered honestly you’ll know in a matter of seconds whether your non-fault accident entitles you to make an injury claim. The test is simple and easy, fast and reliable so take it now and know for sure if you have a lawful claim.
If you get a positive result once you have taken the 30-second test then it is vitally important that you get in direct contact with Accident Advice Helpline as soon as possible. The reason for haste is that claims can be automatically time-barred (disallowed) if too much time has elapsed from the date of the incident. Don’t let your legal entitlement to compensation evaporate in a puff of smoke because you didn’t get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline in a timely manner.
How much is your Barking and Dagenham road traffic accidents injury claim worth?
The value of your injury claim is entirely dependent upon your particular set of circumstances. Whilst the 30-second test will provide you with a ball park figure, the eventual figure is dependent upon various factors. It could be higher than the estimate, perhaps because your recovery hasn’t been as successful or as quick as previously hoped for. Or it may be the final value of your injury claim is less than the estimate as your recovery has been far swifter and more successful than originally anticipated.
You may also be entitled to recoup expenses for all manner of out-of-pocket expenditure which has been incurred as a direct result of the non-fault accident, so please ensure that you keep all receipts and documentation and discuss this matter fully with your no-win, no-fee injury lawyer.
Get in contact right now with Accident Advice Helpline. Call 0800 689 0500 for free or Call 0333 500 0993 from your mobile.
Date Published: 17th April 2017
Author: Jan Newell