Getting the right help with car accident compensation in Knowsley is essential if you’ve been injured, and the pain is making it impossible for you to go about your everyday life unhindered.
Who can make a claim?
If you’re considering making a claim for compensation, then you need to be aware that there are certain criteria that determine eligibility to claim.
Firstly, the accident that you had must have caused you injury. This can be physical or psychological, and there must be evidence of it. That’s why it’s important to see a doctor.
Secondly, the accident must have been someone else’s fault. When a car accident happens, it’s likely that this “someone else” will be the other driver who collided with you.
Thirdly, the accident must have occurred within the past three years. You should make sure you don’t leave it too long after your accident to begin the process of claiming.
Get help with car accident compensation in Knowsley
If you meet the three conditions above, why not contact us as soon as possible? You can begin the process by taking the 30 second test on our website, or you can reach us by calling our hotline and speaking to an advisor straight away.
When you talk to an advisor, you will be able to tell them all about what happened to you when you had your collision. They will ask you some questions, just to make sure they have all the information they need. Everything will be taken in the strictest confidence, and you can be assured that we will treat you in a sensitive manner at all times.
If you qualify to claim compensation, and you wish to proceed, one of our no win no fee solicitors will take on your case and work on your behalf to secure you a payout.
How much compensation will be received?
It’s not possible to give an exact figure for the amount that you will receive, should you win your case, but you can get an estimate. Your advisor will tell you this, or you can find out for yourself by taking the 30 second test.
Whatever amount you receive will consist of two elements. The first of these is for the pain, suffering and loss of amenity that your accident has caused. The second is for the financial losses that you have experienced.
Many people find that, after a car crash, they run up expenses. Whether you’re taking prescription medication, hiring a home help or childminder, or booking a taxi to get to your next hospital appointment, you will be spending money. Your income might be reduced, too, because you’re absent from work.
Improve your situation now by calling 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile and speaking to an advisor.
Date Published: 7th September 2015
Author: David Brown