Injured in London?


Injured London Residents?

If you have been injured, London can be a difficult and unforgiving place, with the pace of life and the busy nature of the city making it even more awkward to recover from your injury. If you add this to the fact that all serious injuries create a great deal of physical, emotional and financial pain then you find that injured London residents can have a very tough time of things.

It is for this reason, that if you are an injured London resident or otherwise, or if you fall ill and somebody else was to blame, then you can seek personal injury compensation as a means to account for these difficulties that injury victims have to endure. With this in mind, it is crucial for potential personal injury claimants to be fully informed of the facts surrounding compensation and the claims process, that is why this article will address some of the vital questions surrounding the whole proceedings.

How Long do you Have to Claim?

The first of these questions is that of how long do you have to claim, as you may be able to begin a claim for an incident that happened a while ago and this is something that not many people know. This is the case as for the majority of personal injury claims you can actually begin proceedings at any stage up to three years after the incident in question and it is only after this amount of time has elapsed that you can no longer claim. The only exceptions to this three year rule are claims which relate to either an injury to a minor or to an industrial disease such as asbestos poisoning, where there is no time limit applied.

Who Can Help you to Claim?

The next crucial issue to address is that of who claimants can trust to handle their claim in such a manner that will ensure that they get all of the compensation that they deserve. Fortunately, the answer to this is easy to find as you cannot find better personal injury compensation specialists than Accident Advice Helpline. Accident Advice Helpline have over 13 years’ worth of experience of proficiently handling all manner of compensation claims proceedings and have helped tens of thousands of claimants in this time. What’s more, the company can also boast the official endorsement of television personality and consumer campaigner Esther Rantzen, as evidence of their outstanding work for over a decade.

How Can you Get in Touch with Them?

It couldn’t be easier to contact Accident Advice Helpline, as you can call them 24 hours a day, seven days a week on either of their dedicated help lines of 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993.

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