Compensation Claim in Shepherds Bush


Compensation Claim in Shepherds Bush – How to begin.

Suffered an accident that was not your fault? Have you suffered lost earnings or had to meet costs that you could not afford because of the accident? Then why not make a personal injury claim for your accident today? If you are a little unsure about how to get your compensation claim Shepherds Bush started then the following five tips may help you.

Get Advice

Any United Kingdom compensation claim will be handled by personal injury lawyers who are experienced in the field. You can chose to make your compensation claim Shepherds Bush with a local firm, of which there are plenty or you can use the services of a company such as Accident Advice Helpline. They are available twenty four hours a day and will give no obligation advice to anyone needing help regarding personal injury claims. They will also give you further tips on how to claim for your accident via their helpline number on 0800 689 0500 (0333 500 0993 from a mobile).

Have your facts ready

Any one of the accident claims UK that are in process will have to have met the following criteria. The accident must have occurred in the last three years, must have been caused by someone else and must have resulted in personal injury. Before you begin your claim gather all your facts to hand such as details of the accident, photographs, police reports and medical statements.

Provide evidence.

Another useful tip for making a successfull compensation claim is to make sure you have sufficient evidence so that your lawyer can process your claim. There is no point calling with half the facts and nothing to back up your claim. You should have medical records, dates and times of appointments, details of witnesses and of course details of the costs you have incurred. Saying you suffered an injury is not always sufficient you have to prove that it has affected you in some way. For instance if your broken wrist made you lose time at work, and caused you a reduction in salary, that is evidence.

Find out the costs

Many companies operate on a no win, no fee* basis. But find out from the start what exactly the cost is of the case. Someone will always have to pay be it you or the other party.  A good company such as the Accident Advice Helpline will always make the costs of your claim clear to you and make it clear that any figure quoted as a pay-out is always an estimate: the final figure lies in the hands of the decision maker.

For all of your compensation claim needs, contact Accident Advice Helpline today.

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