Are you thinking of claiming compensation in Herefordshire for an accident that wasn’t your fault? If so, we can offer an estimate of the potential figure to help you decide. Our unique compensation calculator can be found on our website, or you can call our friendly advisors on the helpline numbers provided below.
How to take the 30 second test
If you look on our website you’ll find the 30 second test on every page. The idea is that you obtain an estimate of your compensation by answering a few simple questions about your accident and the injury sustained.
These are the questions you’ll need to answer:
- Were you injured in the last three years?
- Was the accident your fault?
- Did you receive medical attention?
- Where were you injured?
The figure provided by the calculator is based on other claims with similar circumstances that we have previously processed.
Why would you choose Accident Advice Helpline to assist you?
We have established an enviable reputation for providing excellent customer care. One of our main goals is to enable you to get the justice you deserve after a no-fault accident, and this is achieved using the services of our in-house solicitors.
We attribute our success to following four guiding principles:
Individually, these principles are important to any law firm, but put together they have enabled us to become one of the leading law firms in the UK for personal injury. Our patron is Dame Esther Rantzen, whose association speaks volumes about our caring attitude to our customers.
Claiming compensation in Herefordshire – what types of accident do we deal with?
We process a wide range of accident types at Accident Advice Helpline. Road traffic accidents, incidents in the workplace and slips, trips and falls are all processed on the basis of ‘no win, no fee’, with our professional legal team undertaking negotiations on behalf of our customers.
When someone has been injured in the workplace through no fault of their own, it can be difficult to claim against their employer. If you have suffered injury in such an accident, it is worth knowing that any compensation awarded is paid from your employer’s liability insurance and not by the company itself.
Claims are often made against an individual third party who has acted negligently, but sometimes it is a company who is found to be at fault. This might happen in the case of public transport accidents, for example, or when someone has slipped on a wet floor in a supermarket.
To find out more information about claiming compensation in Herefordshire, call today on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone, and we can provide you with your estimated compensation amount.
Date Published: 3rd August 2014
Author: David Brown