CCTV footage can be used in helping to prove who is to blame for injuries sustained in some car accident claims. Not only that; it can in some instances be used to spot an accident when it happens, and to help to get emergency services to the scene.
Proving liability after a car accident is sometimes not straightforward, and your lawyer will use various forms of evidence to build a case. This could include CCTV footage if available, witness reports, medical reports and police reports. Read on for helpful car accident claims advice in West Bromwich.
Seek medical assistance
A priority after an accident should be to receive appropriate medical assistance. Visit your local emergency department for treatment of your injuries. If your are seriously injured then you should call for an ambulance.
You medical report will also be used by your personal injury lawyer should you wish to make a claim as it will help to prove the consequences of your no fault accident.
Take the 30 second test
Injury victims thinking about raising claims for injuries they’ve suffered because of the actions of others, can find out how much compensation they could be awarded for the injuries they’ve suffered by taking the 30 second test. It will estimate the amount of compensation that applies to the injury and also check whether you qualify to make a claim.
You can find out more about the claims process before you launch your claim, by having a chat with a member of our customer support team. That’s what they’re here for, and it’s one of the reasons that Esther Rantzen recommends our services so highly; that and the no win no fee service that we offer. You can also have a read through our testimonials to see how we have helped our past clients.
Call now for expert car accident claims advice in West Bromwich
Using Accident Advice Helpline for car accident claims is a great way of maximising the chances of both your claims success, and the amount of compensation you could be awarded. The other advantage to using is that you can make use of our free 24/7 helpline. You can access it from any landline by calling 0800 689 0400, or if you’ll be using a mobile, 0333 500 0993.
You are under no obligation to take up our services and take your time to think through things. Our advisers are happy to any any questions or concerns you may have. We will give you honest, reliable and expert advice.
Date Published: 14th December 2014
Author: David Brown