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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

    Compensation Claim in Ripon


    Whenever people are considering filing a compensation claim in Ripon, they tend to have more or less the same questions about personal injury claims as each other. They want to know what they should do and when. The system behind filing a personal injury claim is not difficult, but it does take some time to do the research and figure out how everything works. That’s why it’s recommended to work with an accident claim company.

    An accident solicitor is different than other legal companies in that they specialize in personal injury claims, and also the process of a compensation claim in Ripon is different than any other legal action.

    Many people don’t like the idea of lawyers and courthouses, but during the process of a compensation claim in Ripon, it is most likely that you will never have to go to court. Most of them are solved completely over the telephone or over the internet.

    When you can file your claim

    With a few exceptions, the rule is that a compensation claim in Ripon can only be filed in the three years following the injury. While most people choose to do it during the first year, there are some who, for one reason or another, choose to wait more. The more you wait, however, the later you receive the money.

    How much money you can claim

    The worse the injury, the more money you receive. The compensation is directly proportional to the impact the accident has had on your life. It is calculated according to the expenses directly generated by the accident you’ve had.

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    What are the covered expenses?

    Since it’s being called a “personal injury compensation”, it is often misunderstood that the only expenses covered are medical expenses. Actually, this financial compensation is meant to put you back up on your feet, support you to find your balance by covering most costs that the accident has brought into your life. For example, if you have had to hire a private nurse for a while, this is something that can be covered.

    If you lose earnings, the good news is that lost wages can be claimed and it’s very possible that you receive this money as part of the compensation claim in Ripon.

    You should keep any receipt, bill, medical diagnosis, police report that you have, because it will help you to prove your case and to prove the expenses you’ve had.

    Get in touch

    If you have any questions whatsoever about personal injury claims, you can reach our advisors at 0800 689 0500 or at 0333 500 0993 from your mobile. You can trust them with the details of your case, because the call does not oblige you to continue with your claim. It’s up to you what to decide after getting the information you need.

    Date Published: 31st July 2013

    Author: laura.balut

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