With the right compensation provider, a personal injury claim in Haltwhistle can be straightforward and hassle free for you as a Northumberland claimant. With the help of Accident Advice Helpline, your claim will be handled by a legal team expert in their field, and all on a no win no fee basis – offering you peace of mind throughout.
In most instances, you will be able to process your claim entirely via the telephone, meaning minimum fuss for you which is especially important if you are feeling traumatised following your accident.
What types of injuries are eligible?
Personal injuries can vary considerably depending on the accident you have been involved in. As long as your accident happened in the last three years, was caused by someone else and resulted in a doctor’s or hospital visit, then you should be entitled to make a claim – although it is worth checking using an online tool such as Accident Advice Helpline’s 30 second test.
Personal injury claim in Haltwhistle accidents may well be a result of local surroundings, and the structure and upkeep of buildings or public pathways contributing to injuries by falling masonry or tripping on loose flagstones and kerbs in this part of Northumberland.
Other injuries may include:
- Road traffic accidents, whether you were the driver, passenger, cyclist, motorcyclist or pedestrian
- Accidents at work, including construction accidents, equipment failure, repetitive strain injury, industrial deafness, asbestos-related illness, back injuries and work-induced stress
- Slips, trips and falls – perhaps in a restaurant, whilst walking along your street or taking the dog to the park
- Medical negligence, on the part of your GP or another medical professional – for example, delayed or misdiagnosis, incorrect prescription or unnecessary introduction of infection
How do I make a compensation claim Haltwhistle?
To make a compensation claim in Haltwhistle, simply get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline on our 24 hour advice line or via our website, and our highly trained advisers will take it from there. It may be useful to have some of the following information to hand:
- Your doctor’s report, which will contain further details about your injury, treatment and medication.
- Any relevant contact details – perhaps of the other driver involved in your car crash or a witness to your accident at work.
- Receipts for expenses to confirm amounts spent on medication, travel to and from appointments or specialist equipment, for example.
- Details of any time out of work, to enable us to calculate your loss of earnings both to date and into the future, if you are expected to be out of work for an extended period of time, or even permanently.
If you do not have this detailed information yet, do not worry. At Accident Advice Helpline, we will guide you through the process no matter what your circumstances.