The internet is a huge place, containing almost the entire wealth of human knowledge (as well as those annoying cat pictures), but its sheer size can mean that some gems remain hidden. Other times, you could just be looking in the wrong place. If you suffered an accident in Worksop, for example, you may be forgiven for tapping injury lawyer in Worksop into your search engine.
When it comes to finding the best information though, life is not always that simple. A much better alternative to compensation injury lawyer in Worksop would be something along the lines of national personal injury claims.
Injury lawyer in Worksop
As an alternative to an injury lawyer in Worksop, national personal injury claims would likely yield a much better crop of results. One of these results would very likely be a link to the Accident Advice Helpline website.
Accident Advice Helpline have been helping people for over a decade, helping them to claim the compensation that they are rightfully owed.
Like many of the other personal injury claims specialists out there, we can only successfully argue your claim if certain conditions are met. These conditions are very basic, but are no less important for it:
- The accident for which you are claiming, must not be your fault
- A maximum period of three years is allowed between the accident and your claim being made
- You need medical proof of your injuries
Accidents that cause illness
That second point is flexible in some cases, particularly with accidents that have caused an illness. As an example; if an accident or blunder meant that you came into contact with a harmful substance, such asbestos, you may not even be aware of a problem existing until much later. In cases such as this, the three-year rule will apply from the date you first became aware of the illness or injury, and not when it actually happened.
Filing a claim will be handled by the company, all you have to do is provide the details – how it happened, where, how you were hurt and how badly and the names of any potential witnesses.
A one-off medical check will sometimes be required, for the purposes of evidence gathering, but this is not a certainty and everything depends on the nature and/or severity of the case.
The no-win, no-fee* deal
Advice is always free and you are under no obligation to continue with a claim at this point in the process. If you do decide to move forward then the no-win, no-fee* rules apply, and you pay no solicitors’ fees if the claim does not win, for any reason.
There is very little chance of you appearing in court either, so you do not have to worry about the possibility of having to face the other party at any point.
That search for an injury lawyer in Worksop is starting to look a little short-sighted now, yes? Not to worry. Just give us a call on 0800 689 0500 from a landline, or on 0333 500 0993 from a mobile. Claim what you deserve, get in touch today.
Date Published: 24th October 2013
Author: Emma Matthews