You can make a compensation claim in Trunch, with most injuries, in the three years that follow the date of the accident. Also, you only qualify for personal injury compensation if you had no fault whatsoever in your accident. So one of the main requirements of a compensation claim in Trunch is to prove that someone else was guilty of your injuries. It doesn’t matter so much if the cause of your injury was a person, a company or an institution, at least in the first phases of your compensation claim.
First things first
So the first thing you need to do is to make sure that you qualify for making a claim. You already know the main guidelines, the two main criteria that you have to meet in order to qualify for personal injury compensation. If, however, you still have doubts, there are two things that you can do.
- Try the 30 Second Calculator. A super fast tool that tells you right away whether you can make a claim or not, the 30 Second Calculator was designed by Accident Advice Helpline to make it easier for anyone to figure out whether their case entitles them to personal injury compensation or not. If the answer is yes, you will also receive an estimate of the amount you are likely to receive.
- Give us a call. If you still aren’t sure about your compensation claim in Trunch, the best thing you can do is give us a call. Our numbers are 0800 689 0500 and 0333 500 0993, if you’re calling from your mobile. Our telephone line is free and our friendly advisors are always ready to answer your questions. You can ask anything at all and then make an informed decision as to how you want to proceed.
What expenses your compensation claim in Trunch can cover
The expenses that you can include in your compensation claim in Trunch are basically any expenses connected and generated by the accident. Therefore they are not limited to medical expenses, but can also include any lost income the accident may have caused you, child care costs, transportation, etc.
One thing that you should know is that you should keep all the physical proof of your expenses. Anything from medical reports to receipts, bills, etc. will be useful when you put together the documentation of your case. The more complete, the better you will prove what happened and the easier your claim will go.
How long does it take for a compensation claim in Trunch to be processed?
This really depends on the type of claim and on how complete the documentation you hand in is. It is impossible for anyone to tell you an exact time frame, but our advisors can give you an estimation of how long it will take, based on their experience with similar cases. Simply call Accident Advice Helpline on our freephone numbers 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.