If you are one of the unlucky residents of Seaton who has been injured in a road traffic accident that was not your fault in the last three years, did you realise that you could start a claim for compensation? Did you know that there are companies like Accident Advice Helpline who have been established just to help you get the compensation that is rightfully yours? We have a team of injury lawyers who are waiting to help you. Call us on 0800 689 0500 to make your personal injury compensation claim.
You may also want to know that you are not alone! Accident Advice Helpline have helped thousands of people from Seaton and the rest of the UK to claim compensation over the last 15 years. Here are some facts and figures about personal injury compensation cases and about road traffic accidents in general.
Personal injury compensation cases – the facts and figures
It costs nothing in legal fees to get a case started off with an injury lawyer in Seaton– this is because Accident Advice Helpline operate a system called no win no fee. It is also likely that there will be zero visits to a lawyer’s office, because most claims are handled over the phone. It is not possible to give an exact figure for the compensation that your injury lawyer in Seaton will obtain. This is because every case is different and no-one knows exactly how things will turn out until your case is resolved. However, Accident Advice Helpline operate a unique 30-second test which will gather some basic information about your accident and injuries, and will calculate an estimated level of compensation. This will at least give you a rough idea about what you may get if your claim is successful.
UK car accidents – the facts and figures
By living in Britain, you are living in the country with one of the best road safety records in Europe – in fact in the entire world. There has been a huge increase in the number of cars on our roads in the last 20 to 30 years, yet the number people killed in road traffic accidents has fallen to just under 2,000 per year. This is no comfort to the friends and relatives of those who have been killed – five people are still killed every day on our roads. The specialists at Accident Advice Helpline are all too familiar with the devastation and financial concerns that these deaths cause the families of the deceased person.
Not all road traffic accidents involve fatalities. Around 23,000 people are seriously injured each year. Every time you hear about a crash on the radio – probably because it is causing traffic congestion – spare a thought for the people who may have been seriously injured in the incident. Accident Advice Helpline will be helping them to claim the compensation that they deserve if the accident was not their own fault. You may be able to claim compensation for less serious injuries as well, as long as you received medical attention.