Having gone through a particularly traumatic accident and come to terms with the injuries and the recovery period advised by the doctors, a lot of victims come to Accident Advice Helpline curious about their eligibility to make a claim and the subsequent compensation claims value in Plymouth.
They want to know that the amount they’re likely to receive at the end of the proceedings warrants the amount of time and effort invested in the claim and that it covers the extent of the injury and all that comes with it.
It’s an understandable issue to have, especially when it’s a particularly serious injury that leaves you unable to go to work and do the things we often take for granted like driving and the school run, and of course paying the essential bills.
Determining a compensation claims value in Plymouth
While we’re able to help with advice and information on how to go about making a compensation claim after an accident, it’s a much more difficult process to estimate a compensation claims value in Plymouth.
Every single claim is unique, even if people sustain the same injury in the same accident. Take two identical road traffic accidents as an example, in which the two victims sustain a broken leg.
While one person might take three months to fully recover, the other may take six months which means their life is going to be more significantly affected and, as such, the amount of compensation they receive is likely to be higher than the person who was able to recover more quickly – even though they had the same injuries.
We’ve worked in personal injury law since 2000 and we’ve built up a team of highly experienced and professional solicitors who have worked across a wide range of accidents and claims from RTAs to slips and trips.
This means that we have an excellent team of lawyers available to handle your claims and to help you to get exactly what you’re entitled to.
Making your claim for compensation
If you take our online test and find out that you’re eligible to pursue a claim, then we’ll assign you with your own personal injury solicitor who would take charge of your case on a no-win no-fee basis which means that there are no upfront fees to pay whatsoever.
Your solicitor would contact you to introduce themselves and explain the processes involved in the claim, and to gather as much information as possible about the accident in terms of how it happened and the injuries you sustained.
This information is then used to determine the minimum and maximum potential value of your claim, and would include factors such as the notes made in a medical assessment and the prognosis from the doctors, the financial implications like medical expenses and lost earnings, and how your lifestyle has been affected in terms of your ability to do the things you love.
Should you have any questions or concerns about the claim at any stage in the proceedings, then it’s free to speak to us and to get more advice, so don’t hesitate to pick up your landline and call 0800 689 0500 or a mobile and ring 0333 500 0993.