Claiming compensation following a car accident in Ammanford
In the wake of an accident it can be very confusing trying to figure out what to do for the best. Of course it is important to have any injuries that you might have attended to, after that you may be thinking of making a personal injury compensation claim.
A specialist lawyer will be able to help you with your claim following your car accident in Ammanford.
Whether you realise this or not, there are a few things that can be done in order to make your lawyers life a little easier.
By following Accident Advice Helpline’s handy little guide you can not just make the claims process run a little smoother, but you can also boost your chances of success.
Accident Advice Helpline’s guide to helping your injury lawyer
You should make your claim as soon as you can after your car accident in Ammanford. As an adult, you have three years within which to make your compensation claim, but it is much better to do this as soon as you can after the accident. By doing so, you will improve your chances of having a successful outcome because the event and the circumstances surrounding it will still be fresh in your mind. It is also going to be a lot easier to collect any additional evidence so soon after your accident, and your lawyer will have more to work with when it comes to representing you and fighting your case.
You need to make sure that you obtain medical attention, or advice, for your injuries as soon as you can following your accident. This is important because you need to make sure that your doctor records the details of the injuries relating to your car accident in Ammanford
All of the lawyers at Accident Advice Helpline work under the terms of the conditional fee agreement, which is otherwise known as no-win, no-fee. This means that you do not need to pay a single penny in order to make a compensation claim, and if your claim is not successful then you still do not pay anything.
There really is nothing to lose when making a claim with Accident Advice Helpline, so what are you waiting for?
If there have been any impartial witnesses to your accident then ensure to collect their contact details. Your injury lawyer may need to present witness statements when your case is heard in court.
Ring our helpline numbers for further advice and help from our highly professional advisory team on 0800 689 0500 from a landline, or from, a mobile 0333 500 0993
Date Published: 13th April 2017
Author: Jan Newell