Due to the increase in companies offering ‘no win, no fee*’ personal injury claims, the costs of motor insurance has gone up. It is essential for us as drivers to make sure we have a good type of motor insurance in the unfortunate event that we are involved in Hamilton road traffic accidents, especially if we are the ones who are distracted for a brief second and cause the accident.
This also means though that the insurance companies are in competition with each other for our custom so if we shop around we can get a better deal. Motor vehicle Insurance comes in three types, Third party insurance; this simply covers any damages to the other party. You then have third party fire and theft which again cover the other party and then your vehicle if it catches fires or is stolen. Lastly is the fully comprehensive insurance which covers you for everything for the other person, everything for your vehicle and any legal costs incurred.
However quite often we are the victims of other people’s mistakes and negligence when we are involved in Hamilton road traffic accidents or any accidents and the accidents were not our fault. In these cases we should make a claim against the other party for personal injuries and added expenses incurred as a result of the accident but this is often a daunting thought.
You may be wary of the big insurance companies on the other end of a claim representing the person who caused the accident. This is when you need the help of Accident Advice Helpline. We know how to deal with those large insurance companies and how to present your claim in the way they will accept. We can deal with their response in a quick and efficient manner as we have the experience and knowledge to answer any queries they have.
How to contact a lawyer who deals with Hamilton road traffic accidents injuries
To make a claim for personal injuries through Accident Advice Helpline you will need to be able to answer yes to these three questions:
- Was the accident someone else’s fault?
- Did you need medical treatment for your injuries?
- Was the accident in the past three years?
If you did answer yes to all three then why not call our friendly and helpful advisers now on the free phone number 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone who are there discuss your options. By making an enquiry you will be under no obligation to proceed with a claim should you decide it is not for you.
Alternatively, Accident advice Helpline have a 30-second test on their website which you can take and get a rough estimate of the figure you could receive, then one of our advisers will contact you.
Date Published: 22nd August 2014
Author: David Brown