Expert injury lawyers in Peterculter out on the road. Road traffic accidents are a major cause of deaths all over the world. In the UK alone, 1,680 people died on our roads in the year ending March 2013 with another 23,660 sustaining serious injuries. Overall in that period, there were 188,890 reported accidents that resulted in an injury of some sort and many of those will have not been the fault of the injured party. That’s a lot of victims who may have been able to make a personal injury compensation claim using expert injury lawyers in Peterculter.
The criteria for making a personal injury compensation claim using expert injury lawyers in Peterculter
The criteria is quite simple and includes:
- The accident should have happened within the last three years.
- It should not have been your fault.
- You should have sustained bodily injuries.
- You should have sought medical attention for your injuries.
If you fit these criteria you may be able to make a personal injury compensation claim, using injury lawyers in Peterculter.
The differing parts of your compensation claim
Your compensation claim would be made up of several things and may include:
- Pain and suffering.
- Anxiety and stress.
- Loss of earnings, past and future.
- Replacement of equipment and accessories.
- Medical costs.
- Care costs.
- Home adaptation or home moving costs.
- Possible effects on your future life.
- Any costs or losses that occur as a direct result of the accident.
The party who will be paying your compensation claim
In the case of a road traffic accident, this would generally be one of two organisations. The first port of call would be the other drivers insurance company, but if they turn out to be uninsured for some reason, the claim would be made with the Motor Insurers Bureau (MIB).Open Claim Calculator
Anyone who offers motor insurance has to be a member of the MIB. They exist to ensure that non-fault victims of road traffic accidents do not lose out because of a lack of insurance. The motor insurance companies have to pay the MIB a levy each year to fund these compensation payments. They also have to provide data of who they are insuring which is fed into a central database. This database has the information about all insured vehicles in the UK.
How you make your compensation claim
When you are ready to make your compensation claim, you should contact Accident Advice Helpline to help you through the process.
Call us on our helpline number, 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993. Our advisers are friendly and helpful and because we preprint the forms, all you have to do is check the details and sign, a five minute job.
We will deal with your claim efficiently and make the whole process as trouble free as possible for you. We will look at every area of your claim and ensure that you receive the maximum personal injury compensation available for your particular injuries and circumstances.