Injury claim specialists in Blaenavon
There are many different types of accidents in which an innocent victim could potentially make an injury compensation claim, by using the injury claim specialists in Blaenavon from Accident Advice Helpline.
Below are some of the more common ones that our injury claim specialists in Blaenavon have dealt with:
- Motorbike accidents
- Accidents at work
- Car accident
- Bus or coach accidents
- Food poisoning
- Lorry accident
- Slips, trips and falls
- Animal attacks
- Holiday accidents
If you have been involved in accident that is not in the above list, then as long as you were not at fault for the accident and your injuries required medical treatment then you should be entitled to claim for compensation by using the injury claim specialists in Blaenavon from Accident Advice Helpline to help you.
One of the common questions we hear is how do we prove that we were not to blame for the accident? To answer that question, then you need to be able to provide evidence to prove that you were not at fault for the accident.
What evidence will you need to use the injury claim specialists in Blaenavon?
If the person responsible for your accident admits to being at fault for the accident, then as long as you have a witness to prove that they have said this, then this is classed as evidence.
Below are some more examples:
- Have photos of the accident scene. You can take photos on most mobile phones these days, and if you were able to take them, photos of the accident scene could prove very useful.
- Make a sketch and notes. Draw a sketch of how you remember the accident happening while it is fresh in your mind and make notes about it too. You do not have to be an artist to do this, as long as you understand what you have done.
- If there were any eye witnesses to the accident, ask if they are prepared to help. If they are, get their contact details, so that Accident Advice Helpline can contact them at the right time.
- If any official bodies, such as the police or HSE, were involved after the accident, they will have compiled an accident report and a copy of this could prove to be vital evidence for your claim.
- Just like everything else to do with your claim, your injuries have to be proved. This is achieved by medical reports from the medical professional that treated your injuries. Some victims are asked to attend a medical with a specialist in their particular type of injury.
Accident Advice Helpline
Use Accident Advice Helpline to help you to make your injury compensation claim. Our claimants receive the highest quality of service, all on the no win no fee* basis, so that they do not have to worry about financing their claim. Call our freephone helpline, or visit our website, to find out whatever you want to know about making a compensation claim.
Date Published: 19th December 2014