When you have been involved in a car accident in Manchester you will probably know about the advice regarding what to do at the scene of the accident. If you think that the accident was someone else’s fault and that you may want to start a personal injury claim, there are several things that you can do at the scene that will help things to run more smoothly. An expert in car accident law in Manchester can advise you what these things are.
Advice from an expert in car accident law in Manchester
An expert in car accident law in Manchester will tell you that you should collect the contact details of all the witnesses and, if possible, take some photographs. They will also advise you that you must keep a record of the contact details and insurance details of the person who was at fault for the accident.
The advice from an expert in car accident law in Manchester is that you should do this calmly and should not get angry or aggressive.
When you get home you can call Accident Advice Helpline and explain that you want to start a personal injury claim for a car accident in Manchester, and that you need an expert in car accident law in Manchester to help you. If you have not already done so, you need to get some medical attention for your injuries.
Help from an expert in car accident law in Manchester
The experts in car accident law at Accident Advice Helpline will not only give you advice, We will actively help you with your personal injury claim. We will let you know exactly what details we need to know about the accident and will use them to prove who was at fault – this is the person that you will be claiming from. Then we will start to negotiate how much money you will be getting in compensation. The personal injury law experts at Accident Advice Helpline are fantastic at negotiating personal injury claims and always fight to get the best levels of compensation for their clients. The clients with the most serious injuries will usually get the highest levels of compensation.
What can you claim for?
In a personal injury claim you will not just be claiming for the pain and suffering of the injury itself. You can also claim for the money that you have lost because you are injured. This ‘lost’ money can be wages that you would have earned but did not earn because you are injured. However, it can also be money that you have paid out that you would not have had to pay out if you were not injured, this is things like childcare and household help.
Put your claim in the best possible hands and give us a call on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.
Date Published: 25th June 2017
Author: Jan Newell