After your car crash in Oldham
When somebody is hurt in a car crash in Oldham, that was not their fault, they are going to want to be compensated in some way. Actually making a compensation claim for a car crash in Oldham is fairly easy, but you need to be careful not to shoot yourself in the foot.
How does an accident victim lose a compensation case?
- They may have waited longer than three years before deciding to make the compensation claim. This is one of the more basic errors that an accident victim can make. Once you have been seen by a medic, and /or police officer then the next thing you should do is pick up the phone and call Accident Advice Helpline.
- Due diligence when looking for a specialist lawyer was either not done, or was not done fully. A car car accident in Oldham victim should always search online for national, not local, lawyers.
- Fees were paid upfront and the case was not a successful one, because they were not the right lawyers for the job. The lesson here? Never pay anything upfront.
Enter Accident Advice Helpline
Accident Advice Helpline have been representing accident victims since the year 2000. When the UK Government withdrew legal aid for victims of accidents looking to make personal injury compensation claims, they replaced it with the conditional fee agreement.
The fee agreement meant that law firms such as Accident Advice Helpline could represent accident victims that would not normally be able to seek the help of professional lawyers.
Because no money is needed to start a claim, and nothing is paid if a claim does not succeed, people that couldn’t normally afford a lawyer suddenly find themselves being able to claim compensation.
Since being established in the year 2000 Accident Advice Helpline has helped literally thousands of accident victims to claim the personal injury compensation that they are entitled to.
A car crash in Oldham can be devastating, but don’t let your claims process leave you feeling worse. Accident Advice Helpline advisers are available round the clock (yes, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week) to help you with your claim and answer any questions that you may have.
To discuss your claim with an expert adviser dial 0800 689 0500 now. Or to make sure that you have a valid claim, you can just take our 30 second test – this will tell you if you have a qualifying claim and how much you could potentially be awarded.
Date Published: 10th July 2014
Author: David Brown