When to claim
It’s not always easy to assess yourself whether you have a legal right to claim after an accident. For on the spot advice you can trust, and which you will receive free of charge, call our Kettering accident claims helpline.
Our advisers are here to take details of your case. They will assess your accident and give you a no obligation opinion on whether you have a right to bring a claim. They will usually be able to tell you what your chances of success might be and how much compensation in broad terms you could receive for your injuries.
Call the Kettering accident claims helpline
If you have a good case for bringing compensation, we will allow you to decide if and when to proceed. Generally, in the majority of negligence cases, the claimant has up to three years from the date of the accident to get their claim started. Sometimes, it may be better to set things in motion sooner rather than later, while the details are fresh in everyone’s minds.
The advisers on our Kettering accident claims helpline will tell you all you need to know about the timescale that applies in your case and what you could expect if you make a claim.
However, you needn’t worry that money will be a barrier. Although legal aid is not available for personal injury claims, we don’t charge you a penny to start your claim. What’s more, all of our specialist lawyers work on a no win, no fee basis, so you do not have to concern yourself with what might happen if your claim is unsuccessful in the end – you will not get charged for our legal services.
To access free advice from our Kettering accident claims helpline:
- Call us on our helpline on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.
- You can also text ‘claim365’ to 88010;
- or complete the 30 second test on our website.
Once your claim is started, your lawyer will deal with as much of the detail as possible, contacting you if they need any further information or to keep you updated on progress. You can also call the Kettering accident claims helpline at any time if you think of questions you’d like to ask.
Your lawyer may ask you to attend an additional medical assessment, in addition to any medical treatment you may already be receiving. If we do this, it is simply to provide us with evidence to help support your claim. But the good news is that in many of the cases we handle, our lawyers can resolve claims without the need to go to court. That being said, we do all we can to ensure you receive the maximum in compensation you deserve for the injuries you have suffered.
Why not call the Kettering accident claims helpline today to find out where you stand after an accident that wasn’t your fault?
Date Published: 7th September 2015
Author: David Brown