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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

    Direct claims UK

    Personal Injury Solicitors in UK

    Is it easy to make direct claims UK wide?

    People across the country are finding that they need to make direct accident claims for compensation.  Life is so fast paced these days that we have become less careful of each other and more concerned with our own interests and then, with the poor state of the economy, things that should be in a good state of repair simply don’t get to the top of the priority list.  The result?  Car accidents from rushing around.  Short cuts in employer health and safety measures.  Potholes, broken pavements and poorly maintained shop floors.  There are more direct claims UK wide than ever before.

    Is it that we have become more willing to make direct claims UK?

    Some say that we have ‘caught the compensation culture’ from the United States, but remember that no claim is fictitious.  If a person is injured because someone else didn’t take the care and attention they should have, then why should the individual suffer.  Our legal system in the UK has always concentrated on fairness and justice.  Personal injury law is no different.

    The legal system would like to put things right – to put the victim back in the position they would have been in if the accident had not occurred.  But of course, no-one can simply take an injury away, unfortunately.

    The legal system cannot make everything the way it was for you, so it offers you money instead.  Your compensation award is your entitlement in law and it reflects an apology for the pain, adjustment, financial hardship and loss of quality of life that you have suffered as a result of the accident.  This is all the legal system can offer you as justice, so why would you consider not taking it?

    How difficult is it to make direct claims UK wide?

    Well here is the good news – making direct claims UK is not difficult at all if you ask for the right help.  We have been fighting claims on behalf of our clients for over a decade and we are able to offer our full expertise and experience to you.  We know our industry very well, which means we are confident that we can provide you with the very best legal support and professional expertise to get the best result from your compensation award.  We offer you a 100% no win no fee guarantee.  With no upfront fees and no hidden costs, this means that you can pursue the justice you are entitled to with no financial outlay or risk at all.  Call our friendly advice team to find out more on 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993.

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    Date Published: 22nd July 2013

    Author: verityking

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