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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Free claims advice in St. John’s Wood

    A compensation claim St John’s Wood can be made by anyone who was injured in an accident that was not their fault, if it happened in the past three years. Speak with Accident Advice Helpline if you need free claims advice in St. John’s Wood.

    These are the first conditions you have to meet, and if you don’t, then the best thing you can do is stop your searches.

    A successful claim is a case where you are able to prove your injury (with medical reports, for example), to prove that it was not your fault (in the case of a road traffic accident, for example, you would do this with a police report) and to show the impact this has had on your life. This last part is particularly important because it directly influences the value of your claim.

    What you need to get free claims advice in St John’s Wood

    The more documentation you can put together, the better. The decision makers need to understand clearly what happened and need to see clearly how this affected you. This is not only done through a personal declaration, but by as much evidence as possible.

    For example, if you intend to claim for any lost income or wages that you’ve had, you should be able to clearly show that you were not able to perform your tasks because of the injury, and to prove that the amount you claim to have earned in that time is really the truth.

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    If you intend to claim for expenses like child care or personal medical care, you need to provide bills and receipts, as well as for transportation costs or any other expenses related to the accident.

    In the situation where the accident you have suffered has left you in a wheel chair, for example, and you have had to modify your house in order to meet your new needs, the remodeling expenses can and should be included in your compensation claim St John’s Wood. Make sure, however, that you keep all the receipts, all the invoices you collect, so that you insure having the money reimbursed.

    Also, if you will be requiring future medical care, physiotherapy or psychological therapy, you will need to include in your claim the medical recommendations for this, and ideally a pro-forma invoice.

    Talk to a professional

    These are all general examples, general advice. If you would like some personalized advice, on your particular case, you should talk to one of our friendly advisers. Accident Advice Helpline is free and open 24/7, at 0800 689 0500 or, if you’re calling from your mobile, at: 0333 500 0993.

    When you start your claim, it is better to already have everything put together. However, if you need some advice before that, on what exactly are the documents that you need when you start your compensation claim in St John’s Wood, our advisers will be more than happy to provide you with all the right information. Get free claims advice in St. John’s Wood today.

    Date Published: 24th August 2013

    Author: laura.balut

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