Have you slipped, tripped or fallen recently? Was it someone else’s fault? Did you sustain injuries that required medical attention? If the answer to all of these questions is yes, you may be entitled to claim compensation.
Accident Advice Helpline can help. As a long and well-established presence in the field of personal injury law, we’re well placed to find you the perfect injury lawyer in Bridge of Allan to fight your corner.
As established by the questions above, your eligibility to make a claim for compensation is determined by a number of factors. These can include:
- The accident must have occurred as a result of someone else being negligent; ie, leaving cracked pavements unmarked or failing to make people aware of potential hazards.
- Your injuries must have required medical attention – either from your GP, Accident and Emergency department or a hospital stay.
- The accident must have occurred within the last three years, although this time limit is sometimes more flexible in cases involving minors or industrial disease.
If you’re still not sure, Accident Advice Helpline has a handy online tool that can help make things a little clearer. Not only can you get a better idea of your claim’s legitimacy, you can also receive an estimate of how much your claim may be worth. And it takes just 30 seconds! Alternatively, call us to speak to an advisor.
The best injury lawyer in Bridge of Allan
Accident Advice Helpline has specialist solicitors right across the country. This means we can ensure the perfect match up of client and injury lawyer Bridge of Allan every single time. Plus, all our lawyers work on a no-win, no-fee basis (although successful claims may be subject to a small referral fee). We have more than 13 years of experience in the field of personal injury claims and use this to ensure every client gets the best possible service and the most straightforward claims process possible.
To get started, call one of our helpline advisors for free, no-obligation advice. We hold your hand every step of the way, always acting with professionalism and discretion and can often handle claims entirely by telephone. This means it’s highly unlikely you’ll need to attend court, although a further medical assessment may be required to support your case.
To make a claim today, simply call the helpline on our freephone number or fill out our short online claim form.
Date Published: 20th November 2013
Author: David Brown