Claiming compensation in the Isle of Wight: what you need to know
Claiming compensation in the Isle of Wight for a personal injury need not be as stressful as you might think, in fact it’s quite straightforward: you can claim compensation for any injury, or illness, that you suffered that was caused by someone else’s negligence, i.e. following an accident that wasn’t your fault.
You can claim personal injury compensation for any injury or illness, providing that it was serious enough to have warranted medical attention.
So already you probably know whether or not you are entitled to claim, if you are still unsure, you can call our helpline on 0800 689 0500 and one of advisors will be able to help you.
To get your compensation money you will need the services of an injury lawyer. Here at Accident Advice Helpline we have a team of specialist injury lawyers who will handle your claim under a no win no fee* contract; so you will not have to worry about finding the money to pay your legal bill.
We were founded in 2000 after the UK Government stopped providing legal aid funding for personal injury claims. Since 2000 we have streamlined our services to make claiming compensation in the Isle of Wight – or anywhere else for that matter, as simple and drama free as possible.
In addition to our hard working legal team we have a twenty four hour helpline which is staffed by fully trained advisors. Our advisors can give you all the information you need about the claim process, as well as confirming your eligibility to claim – and because we work exclusively under no win no fee* contract you know that your advisor is being 100 per cent honest about your chances of making a successful claim.
- We have one of the highest success rates in the industry and we want to keep it that way! We will do all that we can to make sure that your claim is successful.
So what happens when you claim? – You will be assigned an injury lawyer who will take full details of your accident, the resulting injury or illness, and how it affected your life. You will be asked for details of any financial costs arising from your accident, and to provide any supporting evidence of these, such as receipts and bank statements. If you have anything else that will help your claim – such as the contact details of any witnesses, or photos of vehicle damage or visible injuries, your solicitor will need these.
Your solicitor will take things from there, and keep you informed on the progress of your claim. That may well be it – most of the claims we handle here at AAH are settled out of court so there is a good chance that yours will be too.
To talk to us now about compensation in the Isle of Wight for your personal injury, please call our helpline on 0800 689 0500. Lines are open 24/7
Date Published: 27th July 2014
Author: David Brown