After being in an accident that results in a serious injury, you may find yourself facing long-term health complications and significant financial setbacks. While these repercussions may seem grim, it is important to remember that you have rights and that, by filing a claim against the party responsible for your accident, you may be able to secure no fault injury compensation in Westminster for your injury and financial losses.
Fight for your right to no fault injury compensation in Westminster
If you are considering filing a claim, you need to call Accident Advice Helpline and discuss your case with our experienced claims advisors. They will need you to provide as many details as you can about the accident so that they can evaluate your case and estimate the size of the compensation settlement you could receive.
If you have a claim, and instruct us to proceed with it on your behalf, our lawyers will send a Letter of Claim to the responsible party to notify them of your intention to pursue no fault injury compensation in Westminster. The responsible party will then have the chance to investigate your claim and review all of the evidence in support of your argument.
If they admit to causing your accident, our lawyers will attempt to settle your claim through negotiations, a series of talks that take place out of court. If they cannot reach a suitable resolution, or if the responsible party denies causing your accident, it may be necessary for you to take your claim to court.
At a court hearing, we will present your case before a judge and/or jury and argue against the responsible party. If the court rules in your favour, the judge will order the responsible party to pay you no fault injury compensation in Westminster.
Achieve the best possible outcome for your case
If you have suffered any type of accident as a result of someone else’s recklessness, and you require professional legal representation, please contact us today. From the moment you call our Freephone helpline on 0800 689 0500, we will preserve and promote your rights, and help you to navigate your way through the complexities of the claims process.
Date Published: 24th May 2015
Author: David Brown