The Enfield ‘no win, no fee*’ accident team can help you if you have been the victim of an accident that was the fault of someone else. Unfortunately you can very easily find yourself the victim of an accident through no fault of your own. This could be an accident at work, a traffic accident, an accident in a public place or maybe even a medical accident. If any of these accidents sound familiar all too familiar to you then the Enfield no win no fee* accident team may be able to help you make a compensation claim.
Enfield ‘no win, no fee*’ accident
The Enfield ‘no win, no fee*’ accident team at Accident Advice Helpline are here to help anyone who has been hurt or injured in an accident that was not their own fault. Every year thousands of people in the UK are injured through no fault of their own in all different kinds of accidents, such as the ones listed above. But what should you do when an accident has happened? What steps should you follow after the accident has taken place? Read below to find out.
- Stay calm after the accident. Remaining calm is one of the best things that you can do after you have been involved in an accident. This is important, not just at the scene of the accident but later if you wish to make an accident claim. When you remain calm at the scene, you will be able to help yourself and others. When your demeanor is discussed later, for example in court, if you kept your temper it will be much better for your case and your accident claim.
- Call emergency services after the accident. One of the main reasons remaining calm is important is so that you can think clearly and take appropriate safety steps. Of course the first and foremost safety step is to call emergency services. Your calm demeanor is also going to help you with telling the dispatcher where you are, if there are any injuries, and other information that they will need.
- Be helpful after the accident. If possible see if there is anyone else injured. If you are injured, don’t move because it could make your injuries worse. Once emergency services get there, offer them any information that you can. Also, ask the police officer for a card with their name on it. You may need this for your personal injury claim.
- Swap insurance information after the Accident. This is particularly important if the accident was a road traffic one. If you are unable to get the information personally due to your injury, the police officer may be able to help you.
- Take pictures after the accident. Having this kind of visual evidence can make a huge difference with your personal injury claim. If you cannot take the pictures yourself, have a friend or family member take them for you.
- Get names of witnesses after the accident. This is something that the police will likely put on their police report, the witness statements of what they saw. This is going to help your accident claim and will be very useful to the injury lawyer who is representing you in court.
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