Our lawyers in Haverhill, a winning combination with AAH!
When you have experienced an accident it can be very confusing to know where to turn for help. Legal aid and assistance for compensation cases was abolished over 16 years ago and this means that it can be very daunting for those without large cash sums to begin a claim through a genuine law firm.
That was until you discovered Accident Advice Helpline! Our law firm is accredited by the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers and Lexcel – The Law Society. Our solicitors are fully qualified, dedicated and passionate. We are here to offer no obligation legal advice to those who need it and we also have one of the highest success rates in the UK for successful compensation claims.
Who can claim compensation?
Anyone! If you have been injured in an accident which was in no way your fault and this can be proven and if this accident occurred in the last three years then you by British Law should be entitled to compensation. The three year period is extendable for those with industrial diseases. It can be hard to distinguish alone who was responsible for your accident, and many people will wrongly blame themselves. As our lawyers in Haverhill is 100% no win no fee this means that you have nothing to lose by allowing us to investigate the circumstances surrounding your accident to pin point the person liable.
When to make a claim
A claim for compensation should be made as soon as possible and there are many reasons for this.
- Firstly, it is better to relay all information to lawyers in Haverhill while it is still fresh in your mind. This was nothing will be missed out. What may seem, initially extremely miner may turn out to have huge bearing on your claim.
- The sooner you make contact with lawyers in Haverhill then the sooner you receive the advice most beneficial to assist your case. For example, to assist our reimbursement case the more receipts and documents we have to provide evidence of outgoings, the better. You may make many trips to the GP before you contact Accident Advice Helpline, is these trips are via public transport and you receive prescriptions then these are things we can cover – but we need to know of them, and have the evidence of them.
There is a three year time limit on accident claims apart from those of industrial disease. If you claim out of the 3 years, you will not be eligible.
Making a claim
Making contact by phone: call our 24 hour advice helpline for legal advice or to begin a claim today on 0800 689 0500 or for mobiles 0333 500 0993.
Do it online: log onto www.accidentadvicehelpline.co.uk and do our 30 second test to begin your claim!
Date Published: 12th February 2014
Author: David Brown