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    How much compensation is paid for a trip?

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    How much compensation is paid for a trip?

    Are you thinking of claiming for injuries and wondering how much compensation is paid for a  trip?

    Whilst a trip or a slip may seem like a relatively minor issue, and in many cases will only result in the bruising of one’s pride, if you are unfortunate it can result in a surprisingly severe injury.

    For instance, if a trip happens to result in a bad bone break or significant muscular damage, then an unfortunate and surprising event can well lead to significant pain, discomfort and inconvenience to your daily life for weeks or even months to come.

    If this sounds like a situation that you have fallen victim to in the recent past, and if your trip or slip was somebody else’s fault then you may not know that you are in fact entitled to seek compensation for the physical pain and subsequent problems and issues which result from your injury.

    When they are informed of this, many people leap straight to the question of how much compensation is paid for a trip. However, issues of when can you claim, who can help you to claim and how do you contact them are also of equal importance. That is why this article will address these questions along with the issue of how much can you claim for a trip, in order to help you to be fully informed about the compensation claims process.

    When can you claim?

    The law states that when you are injured and it was somebody else’s fault then you are entitled to claim for compensation, and this therefore applies in the case of an injury causing trip when somebody else was to blame. What this means is that if you have been injured in such an incident within the last three years then you are entitled to begin claims proceedings.

    How much compensation is paid for a trip?

    When it comes to the question of how much can you claim for a trip, the answer will be different for each individual due to the specific circumstances that surround each incident and injury. A good way to find an estimate of how much compensation you may be owed however is to use Accident Advice Helpline’s 30-second test; an online compensation calculator that you will find on our website.

    As well as providing a 30-second test, Accident Advice Helpline are personal injury specialists who have over 15 years’ worth of experience of expertly handling all kinds of compensation claims, and will use this expertise to get you all of the compensation that you deserve.

    How to contact us

    You can contact Accident Advice Helpline by calling either 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 on your mobile, and speaking to one of our friendly and professional advisers. Get an idea of how much compensation is paid for a trip today.

    Category: Slips, Trips and Falls Claims

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