Here at Accident Advice Helpline, we specialise in offering free, non-judgemental advice for victims of accidents which occurred through someone’s else’s negligence or carelessness. We have a range of accident injury claim in Kyleakin solicitors who have over 15 years of experience within this industry. All accident claims advice given by our professionals is done so on a 100% no win no fee basis to ensure that you are able to get the ultimate cash payout, which you are entitled to regarding your accident claim.
An accident injury claim in Kyleakin can be made after all types of accidents. Some of the most common accident claims we deal with involve accidents such as:
- Road traffic accidents;
- Accidents at work;
- Personal injury;
- Work-related illness; and
- Sports injuries.
If your accident claim regards these types of injuries or anything similar, then you may have the chance to claim and should do so as soon after the accident as you can to ensure that you get the correct amount of compensation. One of the most important pieces of evidence which our accident claims specialists will need from you is a medical report from a paramedic, GP or medical professional soon after the accident occurred, so that we can assess the full extent of your injuries, as well as any loss of earnings or emotional compensation which you may be entitled to due to the injuries which you acquired.
If you think you have an accident claim where you are entitled to compensation, then why not call us today on 0800 689 0500 to speak with one of our experts? During the initial free consultation, you will be offered free legal advice. You can stop at any stage and are not obligated to continue a claim with us in any way. We have represented tens of thousands of people in the past 15 years, with the majority of their cases ending successfully.
When an injury claim in Kyleakin solicitor has had a chance to contact the defendant and they have admitted liability, they will usually be able to give an indication of roughly how much they think the claim is worth. At this point, they will often ask the claimant what level of compensation they would be willing to accept, and in the majority of cases an offer will be made to settle the case out of court for this amount. This means that the claimant will get paid more quickly, and that a good deal of stress will be taken out of the process, leaving the victim of the accident in peace to concentrate on their recovery.
It is not always the best idea to accept the first offer though, as this will very often be much lower than what the claim is actually worth.
Date Published: 28th September 2013
Author: David Brown