How to make an injury claim in Liverpool?
You could send someone to look up and down your local High Street, trawl the internet or leaf through your telephone directory to find a specialist solicitor in Liverpool to help you make an injury claim in Liverpool – but it is much easier to call Accident Advice Helpline free on 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993 and speak to an advisor straight away.
Who are Accident Advice Helpline?
Available 24/7, Accident Advice Helpline was founded in 2000 to provide access to justice and compensation for victims of accidents that were caused by somebody else’s negligence.
All our specialist solicitors work on a no win no fee* basis and there is no money for you to pay to make a claim. Making a injury claim in Liverpool through Accident Advice Helpline’s solicitors is simple and fast, especially as they deal with all the paperwork on your behalf. You will not be asked to fill out forms and it is unlikely you even have to visit their offices, as most claims can be dealt with over the telephone.
With the UK’s premier consumer champion Esther Rantzen as their patron, our law firm supplies only high quality customer services – Esther would expect nothing less! She is happy to promote and support an organisation that aims to assist the “little guy” in getting justice, an organisation that stands up to big organisations like insurers who are very much used to getting their own way.
Over the years we have achieved complete customer satisfaction in our dealings with a vast variety of injury claims, from personal injuries that related to slips and falls on broken pavement to people being knocked off their bicycles or army personnel being injured during army training exercises.Open Claim Calculator
Before contacting a solicitor in Liverpool:
It is advisable to put all paperwork relating to your accident and injury into one folder or file. It should contain the names and addresses of all the people concerned in your accident, including any witnesses to how you came by your injury.
Keep dates of doctors’ or hospital appointments in chronological order if you can and retain all receipts and invoices that relate to medical bills for private treatment such as physiotherapy, medicine, aid or equipment that helped you during rehabilitation, information on loss of income and any other costs you paid as a result of your injury.
Your injury claim solicitor will calculate compensation as damages for your pain and suffering together with any legal costs, the above mentioned expenditure and any loss of earnings you may still have ahead of you whilst you are recovering from your injury. When your claim is won, solicitor’s fees will typically be forwarded to the party that caused your accident.