Accident Advice Helpline works with thousands of people every year to make an injury claims compensation case, securing compensation to which they are eligible. Don’t be put off by thinking you are adding to the supposed ‘compensation culture’. Since 1995, it has been your legal (and civil) right to claim compensation for injuries you have suffered as a result of an accident that wasn’t your fault.
Are you entitled to seek injury claims compensation?
When you contact us at Accident Advice Helpline, you’ll be taken through a very quick ’30- second test’ that really will tell you within half a minute if you are entitled to seek compensation. You will answer a small number of simple questions which will then be assessed.
We understand that you will have been through a tough time coping with your injuries, which is why there is no obligation when you contact us. You may decide that making an injury claims compensation case at this time isn’t right for you, and we only act when you instruct us to. Neither is a cash pay-out a cure-all, but it will go some way to helping you out.
If you decide to go ahead with an injury claims compensation case, we will connect you with one of our specialist solicitors right away.
Why do you need a solicitor?
The process of claiming compensation is legal action. This may sound like a frightening and daunting prospect, especially as many of us don’t know the ‘ins and outs’ of the legal process. That is why we are with you ever step of the way
Our solicitors work on a no-win, no-fee basis, meaning you don’t need to pay any up-front fees to get your claim started. We will work hard on your behalf to ensure you get the maximum compensation you deserve.
What can you claim compensation for?
As part of your injury claims compensation case, you will be able to claim for the injury or injuries you sustained as part of the accident that wasn’t your fault; for example, a broken leg, whiplash, head trauma etc. The other half of your compensation payment is linked to any additional costs you may have had as a result of being incapacitated. For example, the most common additional cost is for specialist medical treatment. You can also claim for transport costs to and from medical appointments and other out-of-pocket expenses. Your solicitor will be able to provide you with further details.
Bringing your injury claims compensation case with the help with Accident Advice Helpline ensures you have every chance of success. Contact us on 0800 689 0500 (landline) or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile phone and see what you could gain.
Date Published: 8th October 2012
Author: David Brown