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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Crash UK Claims

    Personal Injury Solicitors in UK

    When you have been in an accident, you have a lot of things that you have going through your head. But there are some things that you should also do at the scene and off the scene to help your case. Below are some of the things that can help car crash uk claims.

    Quickly hire a good solicitor for car crash uk claims

    You need to find a good solicitor when you’ve been injured in an accident. There are a lot of law firms, but simply because they advertise on television and have big advertisements in the newspaper, it doesn’t mean that they are going to give you the right advice that you need. So do some research before you find a solicitor to take on your case.

    Quickly get medical attention for car crash uk claims

    You shouldn’t delay. Getting your injuries documented quickly is critical. This is going to show that you really were injured in the accident and that you weren’t injured another day. It also shows that you aren’t just having tests and going to the doctor because you’re making a claim. When you go to a doctor, make sure that you tell them that you were in an accident and that you are coming to them because of that. It may be that they will send you to someone who routinely deals with car accident cases.

    Take photographs for car crash uk claims

    Pictures can be important evidence that can help your case. Take some pictures of the cars that were involved in your accident. Take pictures from lots of angles and distances. Take pictures of the skid marks, debris, and roadway. Take pictures of things like no turn signs, stop signs, and stoplights. It’s also a good idea to take pictures of the injuries that you have, like scrapes, abrasions, cuts, and bruising. Make sure that the pictures have the date on them so that you have evidence that the injuries occurred on that date as a result of the accident.

    Get witness names for car crash uk claims

    This is one of the most important things that you should do after an accident. Statements from independent witnesses may be one way that you can prove who caused the accident. Most times the insurance companies are going to claim that you either were at fault or partly at fault. Get the name, telephone number, and address of witnesses.

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    These are the things that you need to do after a car crash. If you want help finding the solicitor for your case, call Accident Advice Helpline. We’ll give you some advice. You can give our team a call on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile to discuss things in more detail.

    Date Published: 21st January 2013

    Author: jan_newell

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