If you wish to make a compensation claim in Tomatin, there are a few things that you need to know beforehand. It’s always good to know what to expect, and you probably already have a lot of questions regarding the process of filing the claim, regarding the probable value you are likely to receive, how high the legal fees will be and how long it will take until you receive the financial compensation. These are all valid questions, which can be answered in a general manner here.
If you wish, however, to have more personalized information, tailored to your particular compensation claim in Tomatin, all you need to do is pick up a phone and call Accident Advice Helpline. We have experienced advisors who are always available to talk to anyone in need of advice about their claim. Calling 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 is free and there is no obligation attached. The fact that we are providing you with advice does not compel you in an way to proceed with your claim or to work with us. The decision is completely up to you.
Let’s take a look now at the first questions which come into mind about a possible personal injury claim.
Who can make a compensation claim in Tomatin?
The right to personal injury compensation belongs to anybody who sustained an injury because of someone else’s fault, as long as they claim it during the three years following the date of their injury.
One of the easiest ways to find out if you can make a personal injury claim is by trying out the 30 Second Calculator, a quick questionnaire which will tell you almost instantly whether you qualify or not for personal injury compensation. You can find it on the Homepage of our website.
How much money is a claim worth?
The approximate value of a compensation claim in Tomatin is calculated by adding up all the expenses the claimant has had that are connected to the accident. Not only medical expenses, but also things like lost wages, child care, transportation costs, therapy etc. As long as they keep all the receipts, they are likely to receive all this money back, or at least a big part of it.
We recommend that you ask for your accident solicitor’s advice when you put together the documentation of your case. They will be able to give you tips based on their experience about the best way to prove one thing or another. Ask them about everything, you will not regret it because you will probably find out things you didn’t even think about or expect.
In conclusion, the value of a claim differs from case to case, depending on the nature of your injuries and how serious they were, as well as what this meant in the context of your life as a whole.
Date Published: 27th August 2013