Do I qualify for injury compensation?

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How do I qualify for injury compensation?

If you are wondering if you are entitled to make a personal injury compensation claim you would be well advised to contact Accident Advice Helpline. We are one of the UK’s foremost personal injury compensation law firms. We have been helping victims of non fault accidents to make successful injury claims since we were established over 15 years ago. We are experts when it comes to advising victims who have been injured during :

  • Slips, trips and falls
  • Accidents at work
  • Road traffic accidents

As a general rule of thumb you should be entitled to seek compensation if:

  • You were injured during an accident
  • You did not start the accident
  • You have required medical attention and treatment for injuries you suffered
  • Your accident occurred within three years

Perhaps you were the passenger in a road traffic accident and you are still unsure and thinking ‘But do I qualify for injury compensation even though I was in the at-fault vehicle’ we would invite you to complete our quick and easy ‘30 Second Test’.

What is the ‘30 Second Test’?

The ‘30 Second Test’ is our unique online questionnaire. It is easily accessible from each and every page of our website. The ‘30 Second Test’ is free and will cost you no more that a few moments of your time.

Don’t spend ages worrying if you are or are not qualified to make a personal injury claim. Take our test now and find out within 30 seconds of completing it if you have a genuine claim.

In addition to establishing for certain that you have legitimate grounds for seeking compensation our questionnaire will assess the answers you provide and give you a guideline estimation of the value of compensation you could receive, should your claim prove successful.

Don’t delay and contact Accident Advice Helpline today

Under UK law all personal injury claims must be made within a stringent three year time period. If you exceed this deadline you will automatically be disqualified from proceeding with a claim and lose all your legal rights to compensation. It would be a travesty for this to occur, so seize the moment and contact us at your earliest opportunity.

How do I contact Accident Advice Helpline?

We have made it as easy as we know how for you to get in touch with us. Our helpline is open 24/7 and calls to it are free from landlines. If you’d prefer to email us via our website we will contact you by return. Or you can text us. From your mobile call 0333 500 0993 or text ‘claim365’ to 88010 From your landline, ring us for free on 0800 689 0500 now.

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