Compensation claims for personal injuries, caused by an accident that was the fault of another road user, have been steadily climbing over the years, and now it seems that they are almost accepted as an unfortunate fact of life.
Here in Britain accidents affect thousands of road-users every year; drivers, passengers, cyclists and pedestrians alike. Often people are hurt through no fault of their own, and in these instances, it’s important that they understand that they can receive the compensation they legally, and morally, deserve.
If you have been injured in a car crash in Staffordshire in the last three years, for which you were not to blame, then you may well be entitled to make a claim for compensation under the conditional fee agreement (or no win, no fee*).
Car crash in Staffordshire compensation claims
All road users, cyclists excluded, are required by law to hold a valid insurance policy. This means that if you are unfortunately injured by a third party motorist, you can claim against their insurance for personal injury compensation.
Your next step is to claim.
There is no reason whatsoever to be embarrassed of making a compensation claim – insurance companies are in business precisely so that faultless victims can be compensated when they get hurt because of somebody else’s negligence. The insurance the driver pays, helps to ensure that their own costs are covered and that they receive the best possible care, and recover as soon as possible.
And this is where Accident Advice Helpline comes in, even when the car accident is caused by an uninsured driver. Our panel of specialist, road traffic accident lawyers have a long and successful history of successful road accident compensation claims. They have a particular expertise in handling claims for whiplash injury – the most common outcome of car accidents – they also have extensive experience helping those who sustain any of the many other injuries that can occur.
Make your claim for a car crash in Staffordshire, here today
At the top of this, and every screen, you will find our phone numbers that you can reach us on 24/7 – you can text us too, if you like.
Right here on the site, you can find the famous 30-second test which can tell you if you may have a qualifying claim, as well as how much you could potentially earn.
All of the lawyers working here at Accident Advice Helpline work under the conditional fee agreement, which is the legal name of ‘no win, no fee*’.
If you want to discuss your accident in more detail with an adviser at Accident Advice Helpline then dial 0800 689 0500 from your landline, or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile
Date Published: 23rd May 2014
Author: David Brown