If you have been injured in an accident which was not your fault then you are legally entitled to receive Flintshire compensation. If you can prove that your injuries were caused by the accident, you may be able to get compensation and get you back on your feet after your accident.
Find out more about winning Flintshire compensation
The compensation you are awarded will be to help redress the balance for your personal injuries. Our 30-second test can give you a good idea of how much compensation you are likely to receive for your personal injury alone. Different types of injuries usually command different amounts of compensation, with the more serious injuries producing higher amounts. However, what may appear to be a minor injury at first may end up receiving large amounts of compensation if there are complications, or if it takes longer to recover from than originally anticipated.
To find out more you can simply contact Accident Advice Helpline and we will be happy to provide you with the answers to any questions you may have. Our advisers are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week and will be able to provide you with free, no-obligation advice about making a compensation claim.
Example case – RTA
One of the most common types of accidents that we deal with when people want to make a Flintshire compensation claim is those involving road traffic accidents.
Such accidents occur for a variety of reasons, from genuine errors in judgment, to faults with vehicle, to drivers operating vehicles whilst under the influence of banned substances. However, one other example is when drivers are distracted whilst driving.
In this day and age with technology dominating pretty much all we do it is almost impossible not to get distracted; however, we should all try to avoid it when driving as the consequences can be severe.
Over the years we have helped people making Flintshire compensation claims after they have been involved in accidents where other drivers have been distracted by:
- Operating their Sat Nav. Taking their eyes off the road for just a second to input a post code can mean they fail to spot a green light turning to red.
- Changing the track on the iPod or CD. Looking down and not paying attention to the road can cause them to fail to spot someone in front of them has stopped their vehicle or slowed down, thus causing a collision.
Whatever the situation here at Accident Advice Helpline we will do everything within our power to make sure you get the full amount of Flintshire compensation that you are entitled to.
Call us today to get started in your claim – 0800 689 0500 (landlines) or 0333 500 0993 (mobiles).
Date Published: 4th August 2014
Author: David Brown