Have you come across a friend or family member that has been injured in an accident that was not their own fault? Did their injuries need medical attention? Did their accident happen some time in the last three years? Did they know they were entitled to make a personal injury claim in Plymouth for compensation?
If they didn’t, tell them now, as long as no more than three years has passed, it shouldn’t be too late for them to get the compensation they are legally entitled to by making a personal injury claim in Plymouth.
What accidents can they make a personal injury claim in Plymouth for?
They can make a claim for any type of accident, as long as it fits the above rules. Some of the more usual ones that victims make a personal injury claim in Plymouth, or anywhere else in the UK, are:
- Road traffic accident
- Accidents at work
- Slip, strips and falls
- Medical negligence
- Food poisoning
- Holiday accidents
- Sporting accidents
- Accidents in schools
What injuries can they make a personal injury claim for?
The list of injuries is endless, but include:
- Burns and scalds
- Loss of limbs
- Broken bones
- Internal injuries
- Back and spine injuries
- Eye injuries
- Loss of digits
- Head and brain injuries
- Facial injuries
- Fatal injuries
It is not just the severity of the injury that is looked at when they are making a personal injury claim, their prospects of a full recovery and the affect the injury has had on their life also has to be taken into consideration.
What other things can they claim for?
Accidents and injuries always result in extra expenses, such as childcare, medical costs, travelling, home help and many other things depending on the circumstances of the victim. They will be able to reclaim the costs of all of these things, as long as they have receipts to prove them, and their claim is successful.
How much will they need to start their personal injury claim?
If they use Accident Advice Helpline, they will not need any money at all to start their claim, nor if it is unsuccessful. We use the no win no fee agreement, and that takes care of the financing of their claim.
How much are they likely to get for their personal injury claim?
This is an almost impossible question to answer at the start of a claim, there are too many things that can affect the settlement figure. The best we can do is give them an estimate based on previous awards, and they can get this very simply by completing the 30 second test on our website.
What is the easiest way for them to start their personal injury claim?
Many victims start their claim with our 30 second test, and often seeing how much their compensation could be is the deciding factor in their choice to proceed.
But there is also our freephone helpline where they will find our expert claims advisors. They will answer all their queries, and give them up to date and relevant information about their own situation.
You can reach our freephone helpline by calling 0800 689 0500 from your land line. Alternatively you can call 0333 500 0993 from your mobile.
Date Published: 25th October 2014