If you are unfortunate enough to sustain an injury because an accident has happened to you and it was not your own fault, then you may be able to make an injury claim using an injury lawyer in Swaffham at Accident Advice Helpline to help you.
After you have made the claim, you will usually have an insurance company of some kind with which to deal next. It is much better not to have to do this yourself.
You can insure almost anything these days if you are prepared to pay the premium. The premiums we all pay include an amount to cover personal injury compensation claims, so when someone makes an injury claim the guilty party has paid for your claim through their insurance company.
In most personal injury compensation claims, somewhere along the line there will be an insurance company involved.
Insurance companies have legal teams to deal with personal injury claims, and they will do their best to keep compensation payments as low as possible. That is their job, and that is what they are paid to do, just like it is the job of an injury lawyer in Swaffham at Accident Advice Helpline to get you the highest amount of compensation that they can.
The two legal teams communicate with each other, understand the same language, and between them will settle your claim much quicker than you would be able to if you tried to do it yourself. Accident Advice Helpline will be able to secure you a fairer payout as well, because we understand the workings of the insurance companies and all the other large organisations with which we have to deal.
What insurance types we might deal with for you
As well as the insurers, there are other larges concerns with which we have to deal when making personal injury compensation claims. This is not a comprehensive lists by any means, but some examples include:
- Product liability insurers;
- Public liability insurers;
- Professional indemnity insurers;
- Government departments and agencies;
- Health trusts;
- The Criminal Injury Compensation Authority;
- The Motor Insurers’ Bureau;
- Motor insurers; and
- Employment insurers.
How to deal with the large organisations
The easy way to deal with all these large organisations is to pass them onto someone else. Let Accident Advice Helpline solicitors, who are used to dealing with them and know how to complete their paperwork and answer their awkward questions, deal with them for you. Our solicitors have the experience and knowledge needed to make the whole process easy for you. They will give you as little hassle as possible, while ensuring that every aspect of your claim is examined. They will want to make sure you are compensated for every bad effect your injury has had on your life.
Contact our helpline on 0800 689 0500 to speak to one of our friendly advisors, and let us take it from there. You will be glad you decided to use Accident Advice Helpline.
Date Published: 10th March 2014
Author: David Brown