For a successful claim to be made it is incredibly important that all the facts are reported so if a person is asked are they in pain or discomfort as a result of the injuries sustained from an accident an honest answer should be given.
Not for one moment is there the suggestion that injuries and pain should be exaggerated, but many people have been known to be in a lot of pain and discomfort following an accident and have adopted the stance of being stoical and battling on but this attitude will effect injury compensation amounts you receive and this could be to your detriment.
The real position of how you are and how you feel must be made to the experts who can help you get the kind of help you need and the right amount of financial compensation to pay for it.
The teams at Accident Advice helpline (AAH) have offered guidance to thousands of people through the process and connect them with the relevant expert from their many legal partners who took them through the process. The first thing you will find out when you speak to the friendly staff at Accident Advice Helpline is they are there to help you get the level of compensation due to you.
You will need to speak to the team and tell them the facts as they are, and not try to be humble and just play everything down. Only by being honest with them can they help you get the injury compensation amounts that are due to you.
Sometimes it is good to be independent, but when you are working with Accident Advice Helpline and their team who are trying to get you the right level of injury compensation amounts, it is not one of the times to move away from telling your side of the story.
It is important you follow the advice from the experts at Accident Advice Helpline they will be able to guide you as to what is relevant and will improve your case when making a claim.
Remember the accidents people have at the hands of others being negligent must have proper compensation awarded to victims, if people play down the extent of the injury or lasting effects then injury compensation amounts will be awarded at a lower level.
So for expert legal advice about a possible claim call Accident Advice Helpline today on: 0800 689 0500 from a landline or: 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.
Date Published: 24th November 2012