Making a compensation claim for you personal injuries
Unfortunately in life, accidents will happen. Worryingly, more often then not, the accident could have been avoided with some due care and diligence. If you have been injured and believe the accident was due to the negligence of someone else then you may be entitled to claim compensation. After all why should you suffer the consequences of someone else’s mistakes?
Accident Advice Helpline has over 15 years of experience in making a compensation claim on behalf of victims of personal injury just like you. We are one of the leading and more established accident management companies in the UK.
Take our quiz below to learn more on making a compensation claim.
How long do you have from the date of your accident when making a compensation claim for personal injuries?
a) 1 year
b) 5 years
c) 3 years
What kind of accidents can you claim personal injuries compensation for?
a) Car accident
b) Motorcycle accident
c) Accident at workplace
d) Slip in a supermarket
e) All of the above
What type of injuries can you claim compensation for?
b) Broken bones
c) Psychological trauma
e) All of the above
Following an accident what is the most important thing to do?
a) seek medical attention
b) take photographs of the incident
c) call the police
d) take the details of the negligent party
What is the easiest and simplest way to find an expert personal injuries solicitor who will be making a compensation claim on your behalf?
a) Look through the Yellow Pages
b) Use the internet to Google personal injuries solicitors
c) Contact the Accident Advice Helpline
When making a compensation claim, how much should you pay upfront to your solicitor?
a) 10% of compensation you are claiming for
b) 5% of compensation you are claiming for
Now check how you have done in the quiz by checking your answers against the correct answers below.
Q1 – a
By law you have 3 years from the date of your accident in which you can make a compensation claim. The exception is children who have 3 years from their 18th birthday in which to make a claim.
Q2 – e
Any type of accident that has caused you to be injured and was not your fault is valid in making a compensation claim for personal injuries.
Q3 – e
All types of injuries entitle you to make a compensation claim for personal injuries.
Qu 4 – a
Your health and well being are of the utmost importance. That’s why seeking medical attention should be your priority.
Q5 – c
Accident Advice Helpline will offer you free and professional advice. We also have a network of expert personal injuries solicitors who will help you claim the maximum compensation you deserve.
Q6 – c
All of the solicitors that work with Accident Advice Helpline operate on a no win, no fee* basis. Therefore no advance payment is requested from you. In most cases legal fees will be recovered from the negligent party too.
Date Published: 15th October 2012
Author: David Brown