Could you be entitled to no fault injury compensation in Wiltshire?
When somebody is injured in an accident that was caused by someone else, they may be entitled to claim no fault injury compensation in Wiltshire.
The compensation that they may be awarded is designed to recognise the pain and suffering that they have experienced as a result of an accident. It can also be used to cover the costs of any lost income or earnings as a result of the injury, including out of pocket expenses for treatment, travel or prescriptions.
If you would like to find out more about making a claim for no fault injury compensation in Wiltshire, then contact Accident Advice Helpline today. We have a dedicated team of advisors on hand to answer any questions you may have about making a claim, as well as provide you with free, no obligation advice.
Alternatively you can take our 30-second test which will not only tell you whether you are legally entitled to make a claim for compensation, but how much that no fault injury compensation in Wiltshire might be worth.
Contact us today and we will provide you with all of the information you are likely to need.
Types of accidents
When it comes to making a claim for no fault injury compensation in Wiltshire, there are any number of accident types that you could have been involved in. Ultimately it doesn’t matter where you were injured or how, or how severe the injuries may or may not have been. The simple fact of the matter is that if you have suffered any form of personal injury, whether it be physical or more emotional, then you will be entitled to make a claim for no fault injury compensation in Wiltshire.
The only thing you need to bear in mind is that the accident must have been at least partly someone else’s fault. You can still claim if you have been partly responsible for the accident, however the amount you are likely to be entitled to will be affected if you are liable for your injuries in any way. Equally, the accident must have occurred within the last three years.
There are some situations in which the three year rule may not apply. For example, if you were a minor at the time of the accident then you have up to three years from the date of your 18th Birthday to initiate a compensation claim. Equally, when it comes to situations such as industrial disease, you will have up to three years from the date of diagnosis to make a claim rather than three years from the initial exposure (which is often hard to determine) or the onset of symptoms.
Find out more
As you only have three years in which to commence a claim it is important that you do not delay in getting legal advice. Contact us at Accident Advice Helpline today and we can get you on the path to recovery and justice. If you would like to discuss your claim with an adviser then just dial 0800 689 0500 from your land line, or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile.
Date Published: 13th July 2014
Author: David Brown