If you have been injured in a non-fault accident within the last three years, then you should contact a compensation solicitor in Armagh at Accident Advice Helpline to help you make an injury claim.
It is not unusual for victims to wait a while before making their claim, so they are fully aware of how the injuries have affected their life. Then they contact a solicitor in Armagh at Accident Advice Helpline to start their personal injury compensation claim.
The things a compensation solicitor in Armagh may include in your claim
The amount of personal injury compensation you will be awarded depends on several matters, not just the severity of injury itself. You can also claim for:
- Loss of earnings
- Certain private medical costs
- Carer costs if you are now unable to look after yourself
- Transport costs
- Adaption of your home to cope with your injuries, or moving your home if necessary
- Any other extra expenses incurred as a result of the accident
- Anxiety and stress
- The impact on your life
A compensation solicitor in Armagh tells you how to make your claim
The easy way to make your personal injury claim is to contact Accident Advice Helpline for free, confidential and friendly advice. Our freephone number is 0800 689 0500 (landline) or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile phone. You will find expert advisers ready to discuss your accident and the resulting injuries. They will put no pressure on you at all, but should you wish to continue with the claim, they will begin the processes required.
You could also complete the 30-second test on our website for validation of your claim, and an estimate of the amount you might receive.
Our high-quality customer service has earned Accident Advice Helpline a reputation to be envied – we are unrivalled for providing complete customer satisfaction. So much so, that Dame Esther Rantzen, the well-known UK consumer champion, is delighted to be our patron.
We maintain our high standards by sticking to four key principles – integrity, accountability, dependability and reliability. These principles have not failed us or our clients yet, and they will not fail us or our clients in the future.
When legal aid for personal injury cases was abolished in 1998, the conditional fee agreement was introduced. This is more commonly known as the no-win, no-fee agreement, and this is how Accident Advice Helpline operates. A no-win, no-fee claim means exactly that – you do not have to consider the costs involved because you do not have to pay any money to start your claim.
So why not chat to us today? Our initial advice is free, so you have nothing to lose.
Date Published: 16th March 2014
Author: David Brown