Has your vehicle been involved in an accident that was not your fault? Then you could make an Oxford no win no fee accident claim today. Getting compensation for being in an accident that was not your fault is something you may be entitled to even if you are not sure you will get any.
There is no harm in finding out more. Here at Accident Advice Helpline we can give you advice from our friendly team. By calling us on 0800 689 0500 for free we could give you a point in the right direction. But here are some tips to help get you started on making your claim.
Gather Your Evidence
Collecting evidence from the word go is a key element to winning a case for some compensation. At the scene of the accident you can gather the details of any and all witnesses who saw your accident. These people may have seen something to help you win your case. They can also vouch for your story of events on how the accident happened, any other visible hazards and whose fault it was.
Photographic evidence is one of the best forms of evidence you can have. It proves everything down to the letter. No information or stories can be made up if it is there in print. Making an Oxford no win no fee accident claim can be a stressful experience but by having evidence such as eye witness statements and photographs you already stand quote a good chance at making a case.
Making An Oxford No Win No Fee Accident Claim
Once you have all of the evidence that you need in order to make a claim then you are ready to proceed in finding a legal representative. Your chosen legal representative will I effect do most of the work for you. They will go to and fro in discussions with the opposition talking about levels of compensation to be claimed and whether the defending party are going to accept that the accident was their fault. From here your case should hopefully be settled however in some cases your claim may end up in a court. If this does happen then your legal representative will work alongside you to pitch your claim to a judge who will then award the verdict of who will receive compensation money for the accident.