If you or someone you love has met with an accident, then it may happen that you or the person you love is seeking compensation for this accident. As such, you may be interested in knowing how much compensation you could receive for the accident by seeking an estimate for injury compensation
But first, before you find out how much compensation you could get, it is best that you first understand the terms under which you or the person you love is eligible to get compensation. These terms are as follows:
- The accident should have taken place within the last three years
- The accident must have been caused by someone else
- You should have needed medical treatment for your injuries
Under the above circumstances, you or the person you love would be eligible to get compensation for the accident that was caused. However, to get this compensation, you would need to file a claim and as such, you would have to go through a process that is completely legal. To give your claim the best chances of success, it is a good idea to engage the services of a lawyer, as no legal process is easy for any layperson to handle all on his or her own.
How do you get an estimate for injury compensation?
This is very easy to do, and the great news is that you can do it all on your own. Just go online and check out Accident Advice Helpline. We are a law firm who have been helping people with all types of non-fault accidents get compensation and justice since the year 2000.
When you arrive at our website, look closely and you will see what is referred to as a compensation calculator. By using this tool, you will get an estimate of how much compensation you could receive in a successful claim. Keep in mind that the estimate that is given by this tool is only a rough one and not the actual amount.
Ask Accident Advice Helpline for an estimate for injury compensation
If you or someone you love has met with an accident and need to get an estimate for injury compensation, just call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 (landline), or from a mobile phone on 0333 500 0993.
Your call will be treated in confidence and should you need to talk to a solicitor, we can arrange that too. Call one of our specially trained advisors today. Our initial advice is free.
Date Published: 20th August 2013
Author: David Brown