Some victims would like an explanation of a personal injury claim in Basildon and why they are entitled to compensation if they have been injured in an accident that was not there fault.
The dictionary definition of a personal injury is an injury to the mind or body of a person, rather then to their property.
Compensation is what the government says you are entitled to in this situation, and is usually of a financial nature.
The claim part is because compensation is rarely freely offered, and if it is, it is usually well below the amount it should be. The three together make a personal injury compensation claim, and this is what every victim of an accident is entitled to under UK law, as long as the accident was not their fault, they needed medical attention and the accident happened within the last three years.
The legal bits of making a personal injury claim in Basildon
Making a personal injury claim of any type is a legal process that should be handled by people who have been trained in the law.
There are so many aspects of an accident and someone’s injuries that need looking onto, that a “do it yourself” personal injury claim in Basildon is not really a good idea.
Some victims think they will take this path though, because they are worried about paying the legal costs associated with making a claim. But they need worry no more, because of the no-win, no-fee agreement, it is possible to use some of the best personal injury lawyers in the UK without having to pay a penny for them to start working on the claim.
They do not need to concern themselves about paying huge legal fees if the claim is lost, because we take the financial risk of winning the claim.
The expertise of Accident Advice Helpline lawyers when you want to make a personal injury claim in Basildon
The lawyers at Accident Advice Helpline are experts when it comes to making personal injury claim, and without exception, they are all extremely good at it.
If you would like our help in making your compensation claim, get in touch either through the online claim form on our website, or by completing out 30-second test. This lets you know if you have a valid claim, and gives you an estimate of how much your compensation could be.
Alternatively, call now on 0800 689 0500 from a landline, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.