If you have suffered a hip injury in the UK, the law states that you are entitled to seek compensation if the injury wasn’t your fault and instead someone else was to blame.
The reason that for this legal provision is threefold. Firstly, the award of compensation offers some form of recompense for the physical and emotional pain suffered by the victim as a result of their hip injury. Secondly, the legal proceedings also serve to hold those who were to blame for somebody’s injuries to account for their actions. Finally, compensation also gives injury victims the financial means to cover the costs which can, and do, accrue from a serious injury.
When can you claim for a hip injury in the UK?
As mentioned above when you have suffered an injury and somebody else was to blame then you are entitled to seek compensation, but how long do you have to start proceedings? In the majority of cases the answer is that you have a period of three years in which you can start a claim and after this time has elapsed you can no longer pursue compensation.
How to claim for a hip injury in the UK
If you do decide to pursue a compensation claim for a hip injury in the UK, the most important thing for you to do is to entrust your case to a personal injury law firm who can get you all of the compensation that you deserve, and this law firm is Accident Advice Helpline.
Accident Advice Helpline have been handling all kinds of personal injury claims for over 16 years and use all of the experience that we have gathered in this time in every new claim that we take on. This experience, twinned with the company’s unceasing dedication to the cause of its claimants is what makes us so successful and is also why television personality and consumer campaigner Dame Esther Rantzen has awarded us her official endorsement.
Getting in touch
Now that you know about Accident Advice Helpline you will probably want to get in touch with us to discuss your potential personal injury claim, and it couldn’t be easier to do so. Our two dedicated helpline numbers of 0800 689 0500 and 0333 500 0993 on your mobile are manned by our friendly and professional advisers who have the experience to answer any questions you may have, in complete confidence and with no obligation.