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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 a coach accident

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    Claiming for a coach accident

    Whether you’re a passenger, another driver or even a pedestrian – you could be affected by a coach accident. Coach accidents are quite uncommon, but their impact can be devastating. Each year people begin the process of claiming for a coach accident to help them get compensation for their injuries, and you could as well with help from Accident Advice Helpline.

    About claiming for a coach accident

    You should consider claiming for a coach accident if you’ve suffered injuries as a result. Some of the most common coach crash injuries include whiplash, breaks and fractures, head injuries and more. Many of these injuries require a lengthy recovery period, affecting your ability to work as well as other consequences.

    Should your injury require a long period of sick leave, you may find that your earnings begin to suffer. Some employers pay limited sick leave, whilst others offer none at all. If you work for yourself and lack the appropriate insurance, you too could find your finances in a difficult situation.

    By claiming for a coach accident you can get yourself back on the road to recovery without having to worry about your finances. As long as you can demonstrate that the accident wasn’t your fault, that your injuries were caused by the accident and that you have medical proof of your injuries, you could have strong grounds for a claim.

    With up to three years to make a claim for a personal injury, you’ve got plenty of time to think about whether or not you want to claim.

    Claiming with Accident Advice Helpline

    Accident Advice Helpline are legal experts in accident claims and will be more than happy to help you with claiming for a coach accident. Our aim is to help accident victims have access to fair claims processes to get the compensation they deserve for their injuries.

    When you call us to discuss a claim, our advisers will detail the claims process to you in full and present you with your options. You will be under no obligation to proceed with a claim, and will be able to ask any questions or voice any concerns you may have about pursuing compensation. Should you decide to go ahead, our team will handle every step of the claims process on your behalf, leaving you to focus on other things.

    Compensation can take a huge weight off your shoulders and ensure you get what you deserve following an accident. To find out whether or not you qualify to make a claim, call our helpline free today on 0800 689 0500 (landline) or 0333 500 0993 (mobile). Our advisers are ready to help you get back on your feet again after your accident.

    Category: Coach accident claims

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