Simple: contact Accident Advice Helpline, where you can make a compensation insurance claim in Manchester with one of our no-win, no-fee specialist solicitors. We take on all personal injury compensation claims on a no-win, no-fee basis, which allows claimants to start their claim without having to make a payment upfront for legal fees. You won’t be asked to pay anything during the claims process either.
Simply visit our website and complete the 30-second test, which will assess with just four easy questions if you qualify. The next step takes you to a compensation calculator, which will provide you with an estimate of how much your compensation insurance claim in Manchester is worth. There is no guarantee you’ll get that much once your claim is settled – but at least you can make a decision, if it is worth your while going ahead.
What is included in a compensation claim?
The final compensation insurance claim in Manchester is likely to include money for any expenses you were forced to pay during your recovery, too, and if you suffered any loss of income your accident solicitor will include this in your claim also.
- Stress, pain and suffering
- Expenses such as private medical treatment, home care or equipment that helps an accident victim with mobility or travel expenses to and from a claimant’s hospital or GP’s surgery
- Loss of income, both present and future, if injuries were severe and will prevent an accident victim from ever working again or forcing a claimant to take on less well paid work
You are under no obligation to proceed when you contact Accident Advice Helpline, but if you wish to go ahead making your compensation insurance claim in Manchester, simply click the final button and one of their advisers will talk you through the next step.
What type of accidents are covered by personal injury claims?
- Slips, trips and falls
- Road traffic accidents
- Accidents at work, including industrial disease
Provided a claimant’s accident occurred within the last 3 years, anyone can make a personal injury claim.
Criminal Injury Compensation Authority
If you were the victim of an assault and your application for compensation was turned down by the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority you can appeal with the help of an accident solicitor. Such claims are dealt with differently than a personal injury claim would be by an accident solicitor as this compensation scheme is a government-run programme rather than a straightforward insurance claim.
Get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline today
Give us a call on 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from mobile and speak to an expert about your case.