Some people aren’t very good at asking others for help, but when you’ve been through the stress and trauma of an accident asking for help with compensation in Powys is almost a no-brainer.
Accidents are always stressful situations for those affected, no matter how serious the injuries might be. Unless you’ve been unlucky enough to have to go through the claims process before, claiming can be another complicated and stressful issue because you don’t know what to do, but help is available.
Distressing and traumatic times
The UK’s most common type of incident, road traffic accidents, can result in a wide range of serious injuries for drivers, passengers, riders and even pedestrians caught up in an accident, and many of these can take months or even years to fully recover from – if a full recovery is even possible of course.
The longer it takes to get back to full health, or as close as you can get after your injuries, the more distressing it can be, especially when the accident wasn’t even your fault in the first place. This stress can add to the emotional pain and suffering caused by the accident, something that often isn’t taken into account when assessing an accident victim at the scene or in hospital.
Worrying about getting back to work, looking after the family and paying the bills are common concerns, as is making a claim for compensation.
How we can help with compensation in Powys
While the majority of those issues will resolve themselves over time, perhaps with the help of physiotherapists, your employer and your family; at least you can find help with compensation in Powys through Accident Advice Helpline to take the weight off your mind.
We have a team of experienced and friendly solicitors who understand how distressing and traumatic the incident and the treatment you have undergone will have been for you.
We don’t even charge potential claimants to find out if you may or may not be entitled to make a claim with our online test. It takes just 30-seconds to complete and all you need to do to check your eligibility is to answer a few questions about what happened.
The choice is yours
As for what happens after that, it is entirely your decision. You are under no obligation to go ahead with a case if you are eligible to do so, meaning that you can take your time to think things through if you wish.
You have up to three years from the date of the incident in which to make your claim, but if you decide to go ahead then we will do all that we can to ensure that you get the help and compensation that you deserve.
Your solicitor will also be available to answer any questions you might have, but if you would like any further help with compensation in the meantime then you shouldn’t hesitate to contact us on 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.
Date Published: 5th November 2015
Author: David Brown