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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Birmingham car accident claims

    Birmingham is surely one of the most famous cities in England. It is also a borough, and is behind only London as the biggest and most-populated city in the country. As of 2014, over 1.1 million people lived here. This means there will occasionally be Birmingham car accident claims that must be settled, especially since accidents can occur in busy situations as well as on quiet roads. There are areas of the city that could fall into either category.

    Many car accidents occur at very low speeds. For example, there could be a minor shunt at a roundabout,  in a car park, or at a junction. However, other accidents occur at greater speeds, and these are potentially more likely to cause injuries to occur.

    Have you been hurt in an accident?

    If you have, you may realise how shocking an experience it is. No one goes out in their car (or as a passenger in another vehicle) and expects to end the day with injuries from a car crash. Thankfully, very few people suffer anything other than minor injuries, but there are cases where people end up with serious injuries that lead to changes in their life as a result.

    Some people assume you must suffer serious injuries to have a chance of claiming any compensation for what happened, yet this isn’t true. Anyone can try to claim compensation for injuries, even if those injuries are minor, such as a mild case of whiplash, for instance.. as long has you needed to seek medical attention. The amount of any compensation awarded will reflect the nature of the injuries suffered by innocent parties. When we help you with Birmingham car accident claims, we will also claim for any costs or losses that are accident related.

    Find out whether we could help you with Birmingham car accident claims today

    Birmingham car accident claims must be conducted in the proper manner to give the claimant the best chance of receiving compensation. Of course, you must have a good case and have proof the other party involved in the accident was negligent, but this is something one of our advisors can talk to you about once they have the facts of what occurred.

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    So, to speak to someone now, simply call our team on 0800 689 0500, or if you prefer, ring 0333 500 0993 from your mobile. When you do, you’ll see why many others have made the same call before you, to get access to the help you need to find out more about claiming after an accident. You only have three years from the date of the accident to make your claim, so do not lose the compensation you could be due – get in touch with us today.

    Date Published: 6th April 2017

    Author: Rob Steen

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