The compensation process explained!
Accident Advice Helpline is a well-known and trusted law firm, operating in the UK since the turn of the new millennium.
Unlike other companies, we do not make rash promises, guaranteeing that every claimant will win thousands in compensation! What we prefer to do, along with our lawyer in Leadenham, is offer you – the claimant – comprehensive advice and the information you need to make an informed choice: is claiming compensation right for you?
To do this, you need to understand HOW the compensation process works and here, we explained this clearly. Read on and, if you think you have a claim and would like the help of a lawyer in Leadenham, call us on: 0800 689 0500…
Eligibility is about making sure you have a genuine and possible claim for compensation. This is not something that is decided by your age, gender, where you live, or who you are, but the situation in which you were hurt.
Ticking ALL the boxes
In order to have an eligible claim that our lawyer in Leadenham can take forward on your behalf, you must tick all the following boxes:
- Someone else must have been responsible for your accident
- You must also show that you were injured – this can be physical or emotional injuries
- You must also be able to show that you received treatment for your injuries
- You must also be attempting to make a claim for compensation with our lawyer in Leadenham within 3 years of the date of your accident
Taking advice – the next step
You can talk to one our advisers, here at Accident Advice Helpline and if all the compensation boxes are ticked, they can pass on your claim to one of our lawyer in Leadenham, choosing the legal team that is best suited to your case.
On receiving your case, they will look over it, examining in detail the information you have given and cross-checking it against personal injury law, as it stands today in the UK.
Your lawyer in Leadenham will obviously want to talk to you further, gaining further information on key points and then, they will give you an honest appraisal of your case.
They will advise on what can be claimed for, and what you cannot include in your case. They will also suggest a compensation figure that they believe is right for your case.
With your express permission and instruction, they will then take your case forward, lodging it with the defendant, the people or person who caused your injuries.
There may be an offer of compensation made and again, your lawyer in Leadenham will offer you constructive advice on whether this is the ‘right’ amount or not but this is your compensation claim; it is down to you whether you accept or not.
Why not talk to us, to find out how much your case is worth?
Date Published: 9th March 2014
Author: David Brown