If you have had an accident in Nottingham and feel you deserve compensation, we at Accident Advice Helpline can offer you no-obligation advice on the claims process.
What is the process?
Following an initial consultation with one of our friendly claims advisors, your claim will be passed on to a fully qualified accident lawyer in Nottingham. Your lawyer will then guide you through the claims process, ensuring that you remain fully informed as your claim progresses.
How do you match me up with an accident lawyer in Nottingham?
All of our personal injury lawyers possess extensive experience of handling accident claims. Following your consultation with a trained claims advisor, we will match you up with a suitably qualified accident lawyer in Nottingham.
What is a no win, no fee agreement?
A no win, no fee agreement will be able to help you if you are suffering from financial difficulties. If we believe you have a chance of winning your case, we will be able to offer you the chance to hire an accident lawyer risk-free.
Will I have to attend a court hearing?
The vast majority of our claims are settled outside of court. In rare instances, the guilty party will refuse to accept liability and your accident lawyer will have no choice but to take your case to court.
How much compensation can I claim?
Compensation claims tend to follow a tariff whereby similar personal injury claims are entitled to similar settlement amounts. In addition to this amount, it is commonplace to make a claim for any costs you have incurred as a result of your injuries, such as medical treatment charges. Your accident lawyer in Nottingham will be able to provide you with a clearer estimate as to the amount of compensation you can claim once he or she has looked into the facts of your case.
Who pays out for my compensation settlement?
Your compensation settlement will be paid by the guilty party’s insurance company. If the guilty party accepts liability outside of court, the insurance company will make an offer of compensation. However, if the guilty party denies liability, you will have to take your case to court.
How do I find out more?
To find out more about making a claim, fill in our 30-second test or call our 24/7 freephone helpline.
Date Published: 26th January 2014
Author: David Brown