When it comes to making a Fylde no win no fee claim there are certain things you need to know, or at least ought to be aware of. Here at Accident Advice Helpline we thought we would make your life easier and provide you with everything you should know right off the cuff.
Report your accident
It is essential that if you have been involved in an accident and have been injured as a result that you report it to the necessary people. For example, if you have been injured at work then you should report the accident to your manager or boss. If you have been injured in a public place report it to a member of staff or the owner.
Such reporting is important because this will serve as evidence for your Fylde no win no fee claim. Without proper reporting it is possible for unscrupulous individuals to deny that your accident took place on their premises.
As part of the reporting process you should also take photographs, if possible and safe to do so. These should show where the accident occurred and if possible the cause of the accident. Your Fylde no win no fee solicitor will then be able to use these to help support your case and determine liability.
In order to make a Fylde no win no fee claim you must have something to claim for. Generally speaking this will be a personal injury of some description. By the time you initiate your claim there is a good chance that you will be on the road to recovery, or you may even have recovered completely from your accident.
As such there is no longer any evidence present on yourself for the injuries you have sustained. Your solicitor will, therefore, need to have documentary evidence of your injury and the best way to provide this is via your medical records.
Can you make a Fylde no win no fee claim with Accident Advice Helpline?
Once you are ready to initiate your Fylde no win no fee claim it is important that you find out for certain whether you are entitled to make one or not. The easiest way to do this is to take our 30-second test which you can find on our website.
By entering basic information about your accident and injuries in our online form we can tell you not only if one of our solicitors can help you claim, but how much compensation they will hope to secure on your behalf.
Alternatively, you can give us a call on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 if you’re calling from a mobile to find out more today.