If you have been injured in an accident that was not your fault, you deserve to be fully compensated for any resulting losses and expenses. After all, you should not have to suffer the financial consequences of someone else’s careless actions. Unfortunately, many people who are injured in accidents never recover personal injury compensation in Rushcliffe because their cases simply are not strong enough. If you have been injured in a fall compensation in Rushcliffe is your entitlement. Similarly if you have tripped over on a poorly maintained pavement or slipped on a retail store floor in Rushcliffe you may have a claim. Take these four simple steps to substantiate your claim.
4 ways to strengthen your claim – if you have been injured in a fall compensation in Rushcliffe can be yours
- Collect evidence
If you are well enough to do so, return to the accident scene to gather evidence. The more information you can collect, the harder it will be for the other side to challenge your claim for personal injury compensation in Rushcliffe.
- See a doctor
If you have not already sought medical attention, do not put it off any longer. The longer you wait to seek medical attention, the harder it will be for you to prove that your injuries were the direct result of the accident in question.
- Document your losses
If you cannot work, calculate the income you would have earned and the pension contributions you would have made. In addition, keep track of any other losses you may have suffered by obtaining and saving receipts itemising your expenses.
- Hire an Accident Advice Helpline lawyer
If you want to strengthen your claim further still, contact Accident Advice Helpline and work with one of our experienced lawyers. We will keep the claims process as simple as possible, whilst giving you the best chance of recovering fair personal injury compensation in Rushcliffe.
To find out more about hiring our help, please call our Freephone helpline on 0800 689 0500 or use our 30-second test.
Date Published: 20th May 2015
Author: David Brown