It is not uncommon for you, or anyone else for that matter to sustain physiological injuries, suffer from emotional trauma and/or sustain fatal car collision injuries in Wellingborough. Car crash victims usually and understandably so, go into a state of panic because of what they have been through.
However we would advise that if you find yourself in such a situation, that you to try to stay calm and think things through before making a decision in regards to claiming.
This is why it is important that you hire one of our no win no fee personal injury solicitors, who can provide you with sound advice under the given circumstances.
What sort of car collision injuries in Wellingborough does Accident Advice Helpline file claims for?
We have seen numerous claimants suffer from the worst types of car collision injuries in Wellingborough. It is not unusual for such victims to develop a condition that could affect their ability to work and support themselves in months and times to come after. Here are examples of a few injuries that we have helped victims file claims for in the past:
- Head and brain injury
- Fractures and dislocations
- Herniated Disks
While these are examples of just a few injuries that we have filed claims for, there are many others, too. Also, so long as you have sustained an injury that requires medical attention, you can most likely make a claim.
It is also important that the police are phoned when the car accident has occurred. This is because they will then file a police report, which will massively help you validate your innocence, and therefore assist you when it comes to being awarded the compensation that you deserve.
Why it is necessary to visit a doctor
Visiting a doctor has two advantages: firstly, you could and most likely will use the information that you are provided with, to substantiate your claim. Secondly, you could get the medical information and attention you need In order to recover from what you have been through.
Some claimants underestimate the importance of doing so and consequentially, end up with weak cases. Our solicitors, from Accident Advice Helpline, recommend that this is the first thing you should do, after being involved in an accident.
How to visit Accident Advice Helpline for help with your claim
If you are interested in contacting us, all you need to do is to dial 0800 689 0500 from your landline phone, which is free to call. Our advisors will then answer your call and any queries you might have for them.
Those of you with no access to a landline, you can call us on our mobile phone number: 0333 500 0993, or just send us the message ‘claim 365’ to 88010.
Date Published: 6th October 2015
Author: David Brown