Been in a Car Accident? We Can Help
Unfortunately, car accidents happen all the time. If you’ve been involved in one which wasn’t your fault then the insurance company of the person who caused the incident will be responsible for paying for your car accident repair. Law in the UK states that the repairs of the vehicle are down to the liable party involved in the crash so as long as you aren’t to blame for the incident you won’t have to pay a penny.
After all, if you’ve been involved in a car accident that wasn’t your doing, the last thing you want to be worrying about is having to pay for the repairs to your car. Fortunately here at Accident Advice Helpline, we’re here to help.
Get Started with Your Car Accident Repair
The law is on your side when it comes to claiming for your car accident repair. Just fill in our super-easy and incredibly quick compensation calculator to determine whether you could be entitled to help with your car accident repair. It takes just 30 seconds to tell you what sort of money you could be entitled to. Once you’ve filled it in and you decide you’d like to take things further, simply call us on our free helpline 0800 689 0500 – we’re here 24/7.
One of our friendly professional advisers will talk you through the details of your car accident repair claim. To help ensure we can process your claim as quickly and easily as possible it will help if you:
• Get the contact details, date, time and place of the accident along with the number plate of the vehicle involved in the crash
• If you’re able to, try and take photos of the crash
• Jot down a note of how the crash happened
• Make sure you get the insurance details of the other party involved in the crash
Car Accident Repair Law Explained
When it comes to car accident repair law, you are entitled to the work being completed at the place of your choosing. Do not feel pushed or coerced into accepting the insurance company’s garage of choice as the ultimate decision lies with you. The Office of Fair Trading and the British Board of Motor Insurers are both in agreement with this so go with what you feel most comfortable with.
Date Published: 28th June 2013
Author: Rebecca Smith
Category: Car accident claims