Derbyshire Dales personal injury claims


The Dales are one of the prettiest areas in the whole of the UK, but what if you suffer an accident while out and about on them – and you feel that it wasn’t your fault? What should you do?

Derbyshire Dales personal injury claims

Personal injury claims are there to help people find compensation for those accidents which occur and are not their fault. The provision is to stop people having their lives wrecked by someone else’s stupidity. The compensation you receive can be important in helping you to pay for rehabilitation therapies and to ensure you don’t fall further into debt because of your accident.

If you’re injured in a public place responsibility may well fall on the local council and they should have taken out public liability insurance to guard them against just this exact kind of incident. The idea is that if someone makes a claim against them, they will be able to pay any compensation that is deemed to be due out of their insurance policy. If you decide to go ahead with a claim it is this that you will be claiming against.

Making a claim

The first thing you need to do is to find out what your rights are. One of the more frustrating mistakes people often make is to naturally assume that they are not entitled to make a claim. However this is not always the case. The chances are that you may be entitled to much more than you originally thought which is why it’s always important that you do some research to make sure that you know what you are – and are not – entitled to.

At Accident Advice Helpline, we can help you with this research through our free 24 hour helpline. This is a great device which allows you to speak to an expert right from the comfort of your own home. He or she can take a look at your situation and tell you honestly whether or not they think you have a good chance of winning and if so what they feel you can do to improve your chances of a successful outcome. If they feel you have a good chance then the next thing they will do is suggest ways in which you can move forward.

Paying for a claim

We have a host of lawyers who can help with Derbyshire Dales personal injury claims and while they are the best of the best we also provide the benefit of working on a no win, no fee* basis in case anything should go wrong. What this does is represent a promise made by us to you that if you don’t win you won’t pay.

So if you’re looking for Derbyshire Dales personal injury claims give us a call to see how we can help on 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.

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