If you have been involved in a non fault accident and are thinking of making a compensation claim in Whittlebury then there are a few things you should know before you approach a solicitor. Why not test your knowledge before you begin and discover just how much- or little- you know about making a compensation claim?
Compensation claim in Whittlebury- What do you actually know?
1. What is a compensation claim?
A. Compensation is a payment made to someone who has suffered an accident or injury that was caused by someone else’s negligence. The payment is usually made by the other person or their insurer. A compensation claim is the process used to secure that payment.
2. What is personal injury?
A. Personal Injury may be physical, mental or emotional. Physical injury can be classified as sprains and broken bones; emotional injury is the stress caused by the accident and the resulting problems the victim may have afterwards.
3. When can I claim?
A. To make a compensation claim for personal injuries the event must have occurred within three years of the date of the claim. There are a few notable exceptions but these are normally specialised claims involving employment.
4. How do I start my compensation claim in Whittlebury?
A. The best place to start any claim is to take experienced advice from a firm such as Accident Advice Helpline. They have been helping people for over fifteen years and work alongside around two hundred legal partners who have experience in the field.
5.What is the thirty second test I have read about?
A. This is the initial assessment test that you will be offered by Accident Advice Helpline following your initial call. The test can also be completed online and is a guide to your eligibility to make a claim.
6. What are compensation claim providers and what do they do?
A. Compensation claim providers are experienced legal firms who deal with claims such as yours day in day out and will not only take your compensation claim in Whittlebury onboard but make sure you have the best possible result. Most claims are handled over the telephone so the location of the solicitor handling your claim need not be local.
7. What is No Win No Fee?
A. Many firms of solicitors offer a ” No Win No Fee ” policy. This means that if you win your case you will not be charged a fee. This does not mean that there will be no charges at all and no percentage to pay them for their services, although often these can be claimed back from the third party if you are successful in your claim.
Accident Advice Helpline
The company has been helping people like yourself for over fifteen years. Their helplines are open twenty four hours a day seven days a week on a free phone number 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile. Give them a call today and discover how they can help you get the compensation you are entitled to.