Here is information about making a claim for compensation in Davidstow
Suing for compensation in Davidstow for an injury you have received is a form of legal action and is not a process to be taken lightly. Before you decide whether you want to take this journey or not, get the information you need and make an informed choice.
Q. Will it mean going to court?
The few times that cases end in court are usually complex cases or compensation cases that are being disputed by the ‘other side’, known as the defendant. If the person or company you believe is at fault, causing you the injury but they refuse to admit liability, then the case may not have any other option but to be resolved in court.
Q. What injuries can you claim for?
The list is endless but the injury you sustained must be significant and have symptoms; in other words, it must have had some impact on you, your health and possibly, like some cases, your lifestyle.
Personal injury is defined as an injury to body, mind and emotions rather than to property. If you’re unsure, rather than let the possibility of accessing compensation in Davidstow for your injury pass you by, call Accident Advice Helpline and see if we can help you.
Q. How soon after your accident can you make a claim?
As soon as you feel able to. There is no time that needs to elapse between your accident and the moment you start making your case for compensation. We strongly advise, however, that you seek medical attention first as we cannot proceed with your claim until you have done this.
You need to be aware there is time deadline; you must make a claim within three years of the date.
Q. What will it cost you?
You will be pleased to know that as one of the UK’s leading law firms, Accident Advice Helpline take on all cases, after a thorough assessment process, on a no-win, no-fee basis. This means that the ability to make a compensation case is accessible to all potential claimants.
Q. How do you claim compensation in Davidstow?
You call us. It is as simple as that. After a chat with our advisors, you will be informed if your case has eligibility to proceed. If it has then you will be put in touch with the right legal team for your case. All you have to do is pick up the phone and talk to our advisors. From a landline you can call us free on 0800 689 0500, or from your mobile you should call 0333 500 0993.
Date Published: 25th January 2014
Author: David Brown