Require Devon no win no fee* claims expert for compensation for Road Traffic Accidents (RTAs)
Did you know…?
Statistically, British roads are amongst the safest in Europe and yet, there are still a huge number of road traffic accidents (RTAs) every day, all over the road network.
Thankfully, the majority of these accidents are relatively ‘minor’; a bump and a scratch. However, there are some that have more of an impact, involving speed and inexperience maybe, and this type of accident may need the involvement of emergency services.
And then there are the ‘big’ RTAs; the ones where there are fatalities as well as those people who suffer unbelievable and horrific injuries.
Who, out of all these people, could we help to claim compensation here at Accident Advice Helpline?
The answer is: possibly all of them!
Eligible Devon no win no fee* claims for personal injuries from RTAs and other accidents or incidents, all lie on three pieces of law…
Attempting to claim for compensation beyond the deadline of 3 years will see your claim fail. Personal injury law clearly states that all compensation claims need to be made within this time frame and the clock starts ticking from the moment the accident happens.
This deadline is applied differently in Devon no win no fee* claims for compensation for industrial diseases and in cases where the person injured was under the age of 18 years. But there are still conditions so make sure before you start a claim by talking with us here at Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500.
Devon no win no fee* claims are for personal injuries, not damage to vehicles or equipment etc. In order to have an eligible chance of claiming, you must have all your injuries assessed and ‘treated’ by a medical professional. This could be anything from prescribing pain killers to having ongoing treatment for injuries that have changed your life.
Accident Advice Helpline can future proof claims too, with an assessment of your injuries and how much they could impact on your life.
Any RTA or incident in which someone was hurt must not have been their fault, if they intend on claiming compensation for their injuries. This is laid down in law, and forms the entitlement for any hurt as a result of an accident that was not their fault, to claim compensation.