Making a claim for compensation following an accident is quite a daunting experience. One of the first things that your injury lawyer in Castle Donnington will ask you is who was to blame for your accident. Deciding who is or is not at fault can be one of the most tasking parts of this area of the law.
Helping your injury lawyer in Castle Donnington find out who was to blame
In the experience of many personal injury solicitors, people tend to look at accident claims in one of two ways: it was no fault of yours and somebody else is clearly to blame, or it appears that no one is at fault — it’s not down to you and it’s not down to them.
If your own accident claim fits in the first category, then the case is more straightforward as there is a third party against whom you can make a claim.
If it fits within the second, then you may have searched for help with your no-fault claim as it appears that no one is to blame and not been lucky in finding help.
Can you claim?
The answer to that question is, of course, yes — as long as you can prove that the accident was someone else’s fault. This particularly applies if you are travelling as part of a package holiday deal. All hotels, outings and excursions should all have been risk-assessed by your tour operator and should be safe for you, the holidaymaker
If you can prove that your accident was a result of something being unsafe, then you should speak to someone as soon as possible about it. On your return home you should not only contact an injury lawyer in Castle Donnington, but also your tour operator.
How to make a claim
The first thing you need in this instance is good advice from an experienced personal injury law firm. Companies such as Accident Advice Helpline are there to offer you advice and also manage your claim from start to finish. We are a national company who have been in existence for over ten years. In that time, we have secured the services of a large team of specialist solicitors, all of whom offer a no win no fee* policy to our clients.
You can contact Accident Advice Helpline 24 hours a day, seven days a week on 0800 689 0500 from a landline, or on 0333 500 0993 from a mobile. The call places you under no obligation and is free of charge. The adviser who answers your call will offer you a 30-second test to assess your claim eligibility, and will advise you on how to proceed. You may even be offered an estimated payout figure, but always bear in mind that this is only ever an estimate and cannot be taken as a guaranteed sum.
Being happy with a company’s reputation counts for a lot when making a claim of any sort, and Accident Advice Helpline have the support of Esther Rantzen, who has long been a champion of consumer rights in the United Kingdom. With her approving the company’s actions, you can rest assured that you will be in safe hands.