If you have been involved in a slip, trip or fall, you may be affected by injuries to any part of your body as a result; perhaps including your head, back, elbow, leg or ankle. These injuries can range from minor to severe – but no matter what the outcome of your accident, you should pursue your entitlement to receive compensation if you are eligible.
Am I entitled to make a no win no fee slips injury claim?
Eligibility to make a claim is largely determined by the following considerations, although there may be some exceptions such as in the case of minors.
- Did your accident happen as a result of someone else’s negligence? In the case of slips, trips and falls, the person to blame may not be immediately obvious – it may be a public authority, for example – so it is always best to speak with an advisor to check.
- Did your accident result in injuries requiring medical attention? This may have been from an ambulance team, your local GP or an accident and emergency clinic.
- Did your accident happen within the past three years?
If you are still unsure about your entitlement, you may wish to use an online check tool such as Accident Advice Helpline’s 30 second tool, or alternatively make a call to speak with an advisor.
A no win no fee slips injury claim may be made with a local legal firm or a national compensation provider. At Accident Advice Helpline, we work with a large network of independent legal teams which ensures that your no win no fee slips injury claim will be handled by experts in this specific type of personal injury. This is important to ensure you have the best possible chance of success with your claim; although you will not need to pay for a no win no fee slips injury claim should it be unsuccessful for any reason.
Why choose Accident Advice Helpline?
As well as offering expert legal representation, we work to make sure that the experience of making a claim is as stress-free for you as possible. We understand that incurring a personal injury can be a very difficult and sometimes traumatic experience, which is why we use our vast experience in the field – over ten years – to provide a friendly, professional service to you as the claimant.
Our advisors are highly trained, and will guide you through every step of the claims process with understanding and sensitivity. In most cases, your claim will be handled entirely via the telephone, meaning you can do so from the comfort of your own home. For many claimants, you will not need to attend court, although a further medical assessment may be required to provide further evidence in support of your case.
To make a claim today, simply call our 24 hour advice line on 0800 180 4123, or fill out our short online claim form.
Date Published: 28th February 2013
Author: Sharon Parry