You could start right here. First take our 30-second test and then check out the compensation calculator to see what your claim could be worth. It’s important to know before you start, so you don’t waste your time or anyone else’s, that certain conditions apply to making an injuries compensation claim.
What is the eligibility of an injuries compensation claim?
You must have needed medical treatment as a result of your injuries from the accident or incident.
The claim must be lodged within three years; in some cases it is two,
The injuries must be somebody else’s fault and the claimant must be able to prove it.
Start your injuries compensation claim online
You can do it right here. If you’ve passed the eligibility check, and you’ve run through the compensation calculator, you can start your claim online. Most claims these days are started through specialist web site like this one, and the majority of them are settled without fuss, by phone or correspondence. In fact, our patron Esther Rantzen calls our service “no win no fee no fuss”. She should know: she’s been a leading consumer champion in the UK for many years. So, if your injuries compensation claim is a reasonably straightforward one, you could find you have your compensation award in the bank sooner than you think.
What do I need to hand to start my injuries compensation claim?
You’ll need your initial medical report, following the accident, and any other paperwork for follow up treatment, or additional medical reports.
You should collect together all the receipts, bills and papers for expenses you consider you have run up as a direct result of your injuries.
In some cases, you can apply for loss of income.
If it was a car accident, you may need the police report, and if it happened at work, you should have a copy of the accident book report.
If your claim needs specialist attention, we can arrange for a solicitor to discuss it with you. Most claimants don’t have to go to court, but if the defendant disputes your claim, or you feel the offer is too low, then you might wish to take the advice of a solicitor. We’d like to help you win the compensation you need and deserve, so you can concentrate on your recovery. You can call one of our professional and friendly advisers on 0800 689 0500 or on 0333 500 0993, using your mobile.