Isn’t this compensation culture adding to my insurance premiums?!
This is a very common question and exclamation made by many people when they think or talk about claiming compensation in Dalkeith.
Other derogatory terms include ‘ambulance chasing’, referring to companies that people believe cash in at a time when people are vulnerable, as well as terms such as ‘claiming compo’.
All these terms give a negative overall view of claiming compensation, suggesting or alluding that the majority of claims for financial redress of disingenuous claims.
What is a disingenuous claim?
This simply means someone making a claim for money, in the form of compensation, for injury or injuries that may not exists – or exist to the extent that they say – or even make a false claims for an accident that did not happen or was staged.
How do Accident Advice Helpline know that claims are genuine?
Firstly, we have a fiercely defended reputation for being the most reputable and trustworthy law firm in the field of personal injury compensation, and we have no intention of squandering this on false claims.
We wholeheartedly believe, as do our injury solicitors and their teams, in the right of people to claim compensation in Dalkeith if they have been hurt in an accident or incident that was not their fault.
This has been a part of written British law concerning personal injury claims for decades – it is not something new, created in the last few years!
We have a robust assessment process that will not allow false claims to pass – and if our injury solicitor suspects that the person making the claim is attempting to extract financial compensation falsely, they will NOT continue with the case.
An important aspect of our business is accessibility but…
… you, the claimant contact us, here at Accident Advice Helpline. We, with your permission, pass on your case to an expert injury solicitor with your permission and consent.
We do not contact you; we do not advertise or canvass A&E departments; we inform potential claimants of their rights but leave you to decide whether claiming compensation is right for you, or not.
This is why our advice to you is given under a ‘no obligation clause’. We understand that some people just need to know or need advice, not an adviser that sells them a product, at a time when they do not want or need it.
Find out about compensation in Dalkeith?
Call us on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 and see if your case is something one of our expert injury solicitor can help you with.
Date Published: 24th January 2014
Author: David Brown