What is a compensation calculator?
Here at Accident Advice Helpline, with as many as 25,000 enquiries made from potential customers on a monthly basis, we think we can say with confidence that the most frequently asked question – of both us and our injury solicitor in Cromarty – is the amount of compensation that a customer could potentially claim.
To help you, we have created a brilliant tool that with the minimal input of information on your part will tell you not only how much you could claim, but if your claim is eligible too.
How the compensation calculator works
You can use the calculator in two ways. First, call us on 0800 689 0500 and talk through the whole process with one of our friendly advisers. If you have a claim, they will suggest passing your case to an injury solicitor in Cromarty, but the great thing about Accident Advice Helpline is that we are a law firm, not sales people — the choice of whether you go on to make a claim is entirely your choice, and you will not be pressured to do so.
The second way to use the compensation calculator is to log on to our website: www.accidentadvicehelpline.co.uk. You will need to answer a few basic questions, but we urge you to answer truthfully as a false claim will not get any further than the initial stages. If you do have an eligible claim, then with your permission the adviser will pass your case on to an injury solicitor in Cromarty who is a specialist in your type of personal injury claim.
Why do some people get more compensation for the same injury?
Some injuries, although the ‘same,’ can have different impacts on customers – whiplash is one example. In one person it can be a fairly minor injury, an irritation to daily life, but some people suffer whiplash on a more severe level. For example, some suffer numbness around the shoulders and arms, pins and needles in the hands, and may need physiotherapy treatment.
Your injury solicitor in Cromarty can also claim for any additional expenses which have arisen as a direct result of your injury; these costs can vary from person to person, and quite significantly too. If you are unable to drive but still have many medical appointments to attend, for example, you may have racked up quite a few taxi bills.