Compensation that you deserve

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Visit Accident Advice Helpline’s website and complete our simple 30-second test, which will assess if you qualify for claiming compensation that you deserve. Provided your accident happened within the last 3 years and somebody else was responsible for causing your accident, you should qualify.

Our online compensation calculator will estimate on how much money your particular injury will entitle you to claim. There is no guarantee that you will be awarded this amount at the end, when your claim is settled successfully. However, the estimate will allow you to make an informed decision on whether or not it is worth proceeding with a claim.

Making a claim for compensation that you deserve; how much medical proof must you supply?

Your accident solicitor needs to receive your medical diagnosis from your hospital doctors or your GP. They should have access to detailed reports on any subsequent medical treatment you have already received and any that you are likely to need in the future as a result of your accident.

Claiming the compensation that you deserve; how much detail do you have to provide to your solicitor?

  • Your accident solicitor will require the names and contact details of everyone involved in the accident, including names and addresses of potential witnesses.
  • Your solicitor will also need to receive copies of any insurance policies that you have, that might include cover for legal representation.
  • Any photographs that were taken at the scene of your accident, or that show the extent of your injuries will be useful
  • Copies of bills, receipts and invoices for expenses that you paid as a result of your accident should be given to your solicitor. For example, if you had to hire a care assistant to help you with basic household chores like going shopping, cooking or cleaning, you can claim back the cost of this expense.

Where do I find a no-win, no-fee* accident solicitor?

Contact Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 (landline) or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile phone. You can also choose to text the phrase, ‘claim365’ to 88010 and we will call you back as soon as possible. You can speak to a friendly adviser about the compensation that you deserve, and they will allocate your claim to one of our specialist solicitors.

All Accident Advice Helpline’s solicitors offer a no-win, no fee*-service, which will allow you to start the claims process without making an up-front payment for legal fees.

Our initial advice is completely free, so there is nothing to hold you back from getting in touch today.

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