If you have been unfortunate enough to have been injured in an accident that was not your own fault, then you may be asking yourself some questions such as “How am I going to manage financially?” and “How can I make a claim for personal injury accident compensation?”
You do not need to worry because there are some simple answers to your questions. The answers are provided by Accident Advice Helpline. We are national compensation providers who help anyone in the UK to make a claim for personal injury accident compensation.
The important questions and answers about how to claim compensation are given here.
When do I make a claim for personal injury accident compensation?
It is always a good idea to make a claim for personal injury accident compensation as soon as possible after the accident. This makes it easier to clearly show who was at fault for the accident and all the facts are fresh in everyone’s mind. However, it is not a problem if you have left it a few months, because you actually have up to three years to make a claim.
Can someone help me to make a claim?
Yes, there is plenty of help available. This help is provided to many people by Accident Advice Helpline. We have a team of highly trained, professional advisers who can answer all of your questions. We also have a network of around 200 solicitors who are all experts in personal injury claims.Open Claim Calculator
What if I am not sure about claiming?
It is quite common to feel uncertain about claiming at the start of the process. If you are feeling like this at the moment, you may like to take Accident Advice Helpline’s unique 30-second test to assess if your particular claim has a chance of succeeding. If the test indicates that your claim is likely to be successful, then you have all the information that you need to make your final decision.
How much money will I receive?
That is something that no one can tell you at the start of your claim. Some compensation calculators are able to make an estimate of your compensation, but it is only that – an estimate. Every case is so different that the exact amount will only be known once the claim is competed. Some claims take longer than others to sort out.
Will I have to go to court?
It is actually quite unusual for personal injury cases to appear in court. It is much more likely that you will handle your case over the telephone and perhaps provide some written information. Most people also have a medical assessment report prepared on their injuries and this involves one appointment with a medical expert.
Call us today on 0800 689 0500 to make your own claim.