Injury claims in the UK

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Accident Advice Helpline assists thousands of accident victims every year to claim compensation following an accident that was not their fault. We offer honest, expert legal advice and have a team of specialist lawyers, allowing people to make injury claims in the UK cities and towns, with the benefit of experienced legal representation.

So what are the steps to take when making claims for compensation?

  • Call our free helpline and speak to one of our helpful advisers, who will be able to confirm your eligibility to claim. Alternatively, you can read the information on our website and take our 30-second test. Just by inputting a few basic details of your accident and subsequent injuries, the results will let you know if you have a legitimate claim and estimate the figure for compensation that you could receive.
  • No matter where you live, making injury claims in the UK towns and cities is made easier due to our expert team of lawyers. If you decide to continue with a claim, the next step is that we will connect you with the most appropriate lawyer for your specific accident and injury. All of our solicitors operate on the basis of no-win, no-fee*, allowing anyone to start a claim without having to pay legal fees up-front.
  • Once you have been allocated a personal injury lawyer, they will deal with your case and represent you in court. Making injury claims in the UK courts requires the skills of specialists and you can rest assured that your case will be dealt with professionally and efficiently.
  • The next step is to just sit back and relax while the legal process takes its course, leaving all the hard work to your personal injury lawyer!

Injury claims in the UK courts

It may be possible to process your claim by telephone, saving you the time and trouble of having to visit our office. However, you may need to attend an independent medical assessment to assist your case. If you should need to travel, all out-of-pocket expenses can be reclaimed if you keep your receipts.

Many of our customers do not need to attend court, making this a way to claim compensation with reduced stress and confidence that your claim is in good hands. The length of time it takes to finalise a claim varies with each case, as it depends on the complexities and circumstances of the accident. However, we can assure you that we will manage your case proactively and keep you informed on progress throughout.

We have a wealth of knowledge about making accident claims in the UK courts, so take advantage of the help we can give you, and phone us today on 0800 689 0500 (landline) or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993.

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