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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

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    Have you sustained an injury that wasn’t your fault?

    Do you need to find a law firm in South Cambridgeshire? Although you may have been hurt in some way, this doesn’t necessarily mean that you were at fault. Often, people are going about their day when they are suddenly affected by the actions of others. If another person has caused you harm, they should be held responsible and you may want to consider taking legal action against them.

    If someone has acted dangerously or recklessly, you should certainly make a personal injury compensation claim against them, if you are eligible to do so. However, the person responsible for your injuries doesn’t have to have been acting negligently in order to be held liable.

    As long as you can show that they caused you harm, you should be able to make a claim against them, even if they didn’t intend to hurt you. However, you will also need to be able to prove that you received treatment from a medical professional and that the incident occurred in the last three years in order to obtain compensation.

    How much is your claim worth?

    Before you actually make your compensation claim, you may want to find out how much compensation you could be able to obtain. If so, we can help. Our easy 30-second test enables potential claimants to find out how much compensation they could be missing out on. It’s available, free of charge, on the Accident Advice Helpline website right now.

    Of course, if you have any questions about making a claim or if you require more information about the claims process, you’re free to contact our hardworking personal injury team whenever you need to.

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    When is a good time to make a claim with a personal injury law firm in South Cambridgeshire?

    Most claimants are required to take action within three years of their injuries occurring so it’s vital that you act within this time-frame if you want to obtain compensation. However, many claimants prefer to take action soon after the incident has occurred.

    By making your claim more quickly, you may find that it’s easier to access evidence and that you obtain your compensation swiftly. Of course, it also enables you to move on from the accident and get back to your normal daily routine sooner as well.

    Contact Accident Advice Helpline now

    If you’re considering making a claim with an injury law firm in South Cambridgeshire, why not contact us and find out how we can help you? Simply call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 if you’re calling from a mobile and speak to a member of our team.

    Don’t delay! Call Accident Advice Helpline now if you’ve been looking for a law firm in South Cambridgeshire.

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