Can I claim for Harlow compensation?
Are you searching the web for information about making a claim for Harlow compensation? If so, it’s pretty safe to assume that you have been involved in an accident and you’re trying to work out what your next steps should be. One of the biggest questions that you might have at the moment is whether you are in fact eligible to claim.
Read on to find out more about how to establish whether you can claim for Harlow compensation.
When did the incident happen?
It’s really important that you don’t wait too long before you make a claim for compensation. Of course, one of the key reasons for this is that you don’t want to wait any longer than necessary to get what you’re entitled to. There’s another reason why you don’t have time to waste though.
You only have three years from the date of your accident to make your claim. There are certain circumstances in which you may have more time. If you’re suffering from an industrial disease, for example, then it may take longer for your symptoms to manifest. If you were a child when the accident happened, your deadline also might be extended.
Who was to blame?
To make a successful claim, you will have to be able to show that the accident in question was not your fault. For example, perhaps your boss did not fulfil their duty of care and you were injured in the workplace. Or maybe you were waiting at a red traffic light when another vehicle went into the back of you.
In many cases, this is pretty simple and straightforward. The other party may have even admitted blame. If things are a little more complicated though and you’re uncertain about where you stand, speak with a legal professional as soon as you can.
Call Accident Advice Helpline
If you want to find out for certain whether you are eligible, and you’re interested to discover how much compensation you could be entitled to, you should get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline. This is your opportunity to talk through your circumstances and find out more about your rights and what you need to do next. There’s no obligation, so what are you waiting for?
Call 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile. If you can’t get to the phone right now, or you’d just prefer to get things moving online, then that isn’t a problem. You can take our simple and hugely popular 30-second test online instead.