It is a known fact that many people never start a compensation claim even though they have a right to.This is probably because many people simply do not know where to begin. Most people have a false impression that compensation claims will take a lot of time and more money than they can afford. If you need to make a compensation claim in Thaxted may not have the widest range of solicitors for you to choose from; you may need to widen your search for a compensation claim provider.
What would a compensation claim in Thaxted cost me?
Before the law changed in 1998 people could claim legal aid for personal injury compensation claims. Now it is not possible. This has put many people off making compensation claims as they have felt that they did not have sufficient money to do so. This is where companies such as Accident Advice Helpline are able to help by offering advice and support from a highly experienced team. For over 14 years, Accident Advice Helpline has worked with their many legal partners to offer No win, No fee agreement to all their customers.
How much of my time will it take?
Making a compensation claim in Thaxted could involve as little as a telephone call. You can speak to Accident Advice Helpline free of charge from the comfort of your own home. They are available twenty four hours a day, seven days a week, and the initial consultation will cost you nothing and places you under no obligation whatsoever. You can contact them by calling 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.
The agent who answers your call will offer you a thirty second test to assess your claim eligibility. Or you could,if you wish visit their website and and take the test on line before you call. Most claims can be handled entirely by telephone and without any need for a further medical assessment or face to face appointment, although this will of course depend on the case.
What do I know about personal injury claims?
Before you start a claim it helps to have an idea of what you need to provide. The three guidelines that all personal injury or accident claims must fit into are,
- That the accident happened within three years of the date of claim,
- That the accident can be proved to be someone else’s fault
- That you suffered personal injury as a result. This does not necessarily mean suffering a broken bone, the damage can be mental or emotional.
Always keep records of any medical appointments to hand as they may be called upon during your compensation claim process.
Don’t be a statistic
It is a fact that seven out of ten people involved in accidents don’t make a claim. If having read the above you feel that you have a valid claim to make, then don’t waste any more time. Call Accident Advice helpline free today on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone and start that claim.
Date Published: 4th September 2013