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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Claiming for burn injuries


    How much do you know about claiming for burn injuries?

    You haven’t been the victim of a serious accident before and you may need assistance when it comes to claiming for burn injuries. That will be the reason why you have found us here on the Internet and why we are perfectly placed to provide you with the help, advice and support you need to do just that.

    As a law firm specialising in personal injury compensation since our inception in 2000, Accident Advice Helpline has had a level of success that is unparalleled. Our advisers and lawyers work closely together to make sure our clients are awarded the compensation they deserve.

    What do you need to know?

    There are some things that are a must if you are considering claiming for burn injuries. Under UK law you must qualify with the following:

    • Your accident happened within the last three years
    • The accident was not your fault
    • Your injuries must have needed medical attention

    While it may seem as though these are obvious things to ask, it is important to make sure you are eligible before seeking compensation.

    Accidents do happen and sometimes they can happen to anyone but it would be unreasonable to expect to make a claim if you were at fault. While it is unlikely that you would, it has to be ascertained with a degree of certainty that the accident was caused by someone else, and indeed could have been avoided.

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    Answering these questions, with the help of our personal injury adviser when you call, allows us to determine your eligibility to make a claim sooner and more easily. Any other evidence you can supply us with will strengthen your claim.

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    Get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline today and speak to one of the team about making a claim for compensation. Our advisers are experienced in providing advice and support and will explain everything you need to know about how the claim process works.

    Once our adviser has discussed the nature of your accident and your injuries, they can make a decision as to whether you are entitled to make a compensation claim. If you are, and you want us to act on your behalf, we will pass your details to our no-win, no-fee accident solicitors.

    0800 689 0500 is our freephone landline or 0333 500 0993 is the number to call if you want to ring from a mobile. However you get in touch with us, or even if you need someone else to do it for you, our lines are open daily and the team will make sure you get the help and advice you need.

    Date Published: 13th July 2016

    Author: Lynne Bell

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