Have you been injured in an accident on the road? Where you at fault? If you weren’t then you could be due compensation, so why not make a car accident compensation claim in Stockport?
Stockport has been undergoing a period of regeneration, to try to encourage more businesses and more residents. As with any town undergoing expansion or change, this could lead to problems on the road.
When major works are going on, main roads sometimes need to be closed, including ones in the centre of the town. When this happens it’s usually advertised beforehand to allow regular road users the chance to make alternative arrangements. Sometimes extra public transport is laid on until the work is finished.
Wherever you see redevelopment, make sure you keep up with any changes there might be to the roads so that you can plan ahead.
Making a claim for compensation
If you have an accident and you were not the person who caused it, then you could be able to make a car accident compensation claim in Stockport. It doesn’t matter if you were a car driver or passenger. There are two other things you also need to be aware of before you claim.
- Any claim must be started no more than three years from when the accident happened. So make sure you don’t leave it too long.
- After your accident you will need to have seen a doctor about your injuries. You will be asked to provide proof of this to support your claim.
At Accident Advice Helpline our friendly advisors can give you our unique 30 second test to tell you if you can make a claim.
Using Accident Advice Helpline for your car accident compensation claim in Stockport
Accident Advice Helpline are personal injury specialists. When you make a claim with us you can be sure we have the best chance of success. We have been making claims for over 10 years.
When you call us our advisors can start your claim for you there and then. No need to wait. If you then change your mind, you’re under no obligation to carry on with your claim. Before you change your mind, though, ask our advisors how much compensation you might receive. Although they can only give you an estimate, once you hear how much it might be, you might decide to carry on with your claim.
So find out about your compensation. Just call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 or from a mobile 0333 500 0993. Don’t lose out.
Date Published: 17th May 2015
Author: David Brown