A simple guide to making a personal injury claim following an accident
The claims process for claiming compensation following a personal injury can be confusing or unclear for many people and can be a reason why they choose not to proceed.
This article features important information about making a personal injury claim as well as letting you know where you can go in order to find out more information and to make a claim.
Finding out if you’re eligible
Finding out whether or not you could be eligible for a claim is the important first step, and there are certain criteria that you will need to meet in order for any claim to be considered such as:
• The accident needs to have occurred in the last three years
• The accident needs to have been someone else’s fault
You can discuss this with a lawyer in Royal Tunbridge Wells or find out more online about whether or not you could be eligible.
Do I have to use a lawyer in Royal Tunbridge Wells?
You are not restricted to using a lawyer in Royal Tunbridge Wells, in fact, a nationwide service like Accident Advice Helpline may be a better option for you, as we are a specialist law firm who deal solely with personal injury claims and therefore will be in the best position to help you with your claim.
How does the claims process work?
With Accident Advice Helpline, the claims process is straightforward and is done in a way to make it easy for you to make a claim. After speaking to one of our friendly advisers who will determine your eligibility, you will then be able to proceed with your claim.
Most claims are processed over the phone without the need to go to court, saving you time, stress and inconvenience and making the process as simple as possible.
What happens if I lose my case?
With Accident Advice Helpline, if you lose your case, you won’t have to pay a penny, as we operate on a 100% no win, no fee basis so that you can feel more confident about making your claim.
For more information about whether you could be entitled to compensation and to make a claim, contact Accident Advice Helpline via our 24/7 advice line on 0800 689 0500 and speak to one of the team today.
Date Published: 9th March 2014
Author: David Brown