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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

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    Injury claim in Shifnal


    Injury claim in Shifnal

    If you’ve been involved in a road traffic accident and suffered an injury, you can make a claim for compensation even if you weren’t the driver of one of the vehicles involved. That’s right; as long as you weren’t to blame for the accident you were involved in, you might be entitled to a pay-out. If you’ve suffered whiplash or any other injury while travelling in a car as a passenger, you’d be well advised to look into making an injury claim in Shifnal. It could bring you in thousands of pounds of compensation, especially if you suffered a serious injury that had a major impact on your life.

    Who would pay my injury claim in Shifnal compensation?

    You may be able to claim for an injury you’ve suffered in a private car, a taxi, a bus, a van or a motorcycle. If you were to win compensation, any pay-out would be met by the insurance company covering the negligent party at the time of the accident. As such, there’ll be no need to worry if the person that caused your crash looked a little down at heel. It typically won’t be them who has to meet your injury claim in Shifnal compensation.

    If you were involved in a smash with an uninsured driver, you may still be able to claim compensation, although things will be a little more complicated. No matter what your situation, it’s best to seek some advice. Rather than paying through the nose for a pricey high street solicitor, get in touch with a personal injury firm that works on a 100% no win-no fee basis, such as Accident Advice Helpline. In the first instance, companies such as these will typically be happy to offer you free advice about your situation. If they feel you might have a case, they may offer to represent you on a no win-no fee basis. This would mean you wouldn’t have to pay them a penny if you lost and the process would be free to launch.

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    So, even if the accident you were involved in was caused by an uninsured driver, it might still be worth your while looking into whether or not you may be able to stake a claim for injury  in Shifnal compensation. If a personal injury law firm takes on your case, you typically won’t need to do much more than take a few phone calls and perhaps attend a medical examination. The majority of personal injury claimants aren’t even required to attend court. You could win thousands of pounds just for making a few phone calls. As many personal injury law firms typically offer Freephone numbers, even this doesn’t have to cost you a bean. Simply call Accident Advice Helpline on their freephone numbers 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.

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