Injury claim in Membury


Should You Make a Complaint or an Injury Claim in Membury?

If you have been part of an accident or incident which was not your fault, you will want to receive some kind of apology or compensation. Depending on the level of the incident, you may want to make a complaint or an injury claim in Membury. There are many ways to decide which is the best course of action so that you can get the result you want.

How Severe Was the Incident?

An injury claim in Membury may not be suitable if you have fallen on a wet floor but not sustained any injuries. Although you are entitled to ask for compensation, without any real injury you are unlikely to be successful. In this case, it is best to complain and see what you are offered by the other party. If you have fallen in a store or place of business, you may be offered something small in the way of compensation anyway. In very serious accidents, especially when you have got the police involved, it is worth looking into making an injury claim in Membury for compensation.

How Has the Incident Affected Your Life?

If you were badly injured or have suffered from notable psychological stress following the incident, you may be able to make an injury claim in Membury. Call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 (or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile) to speak to a member of our team, who will be able to help.

Our friendly, helpful advisors will be able to talk through your incident with you to decide whether you have a good case for compensation. They can also direct you to our website, where you can take a unique, simple 30-second test to find out how much compensation you may be able to claim.

If you have had to have a lot of treatment following the incident, you may be able to claim for the cost of this and the inconvenience of attending this treatment. If you had to miss work, you can claim for lost wages. It is worthwhile telling the team exactly how the incident has affected you so that you can get an accurate idea of how your injury claim in Membury will be processed.

Do You Have Evidence for Your Injury Claim in Membury?

With most compensation claims, you will need to provide proof that the accident was not your fault. This can be done by providing anything from notes about the incident as you remember it to police reports and photographs. Even if you don’t have exact details of the incident for your injury claim, having photographs of your injury or a medical assessment can help. Accident Advice Helpline can send you for an additional medical assessment which will push your claim forward.

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