Left injured and unsure if you are entitled to claim compensation? Seek expert advice!
Oxfordshire road traffic accidents are no different than other accidents that occur on the roads and highways around the country, every day. There is an increasing volume of traffic on the roads. In addition, more people own more vehicles than ever before. It is therefore unsurprising that the number of casualties on our roads is increasing.
You, or some one close to you, might have been the unfortunate victim of Oxfordshire road traffic accidents. If this was caused through no fault of their own within the last 3 years’, then they may be eligible to claim personal injury compensation.
Establishing your eligibility to claim!
The most important step, in claiming personal injury compensation following your Oxfordshire road traffic accidents, is to establish if you are legally eligible to claim. This may seem to be a daunting process. However, it is effortless with the leading law firm, Accident Advice Helpline.
They provide an unrivalled telephone helpline service. This allows people who have been injured through no fault of their own, following their Oxfordshire road traffic accidents, to find out if they are eligible to make a personal injury compensation claim over the telephone.
Whenever a call is made to the helpline, it is always answered by a highly trained and experienced adviser. They can answer any niggling queries about claiming personal injury compensation and provide reassuring answers to each claimant, whilst they on the phone.
This means that the victims of accidents that were caused through no fault of their own are given instant reassurance of their legal position. They can then claim personal injury compensation following their road traffic accidents.
What types of injury may be claimed for following Oxfordshire road traffic accidents?
- Injuries do not have to be life threatening in order to qualify for a personal injury compensation claim.
- However, the injury must be serious in that it required medical assistance from a trained medical professional rather than First Aid alone.
- The accident must have occurred within the last 3 years.
- The accident must have been caused by an accident or incident that occurred through no fault of your own.
Injuries may include:
- deep wounds, lacerations and bleeding
- internal injury
- burns and scolds
- broken, fractured or dislocated bones
- neck injury
- back injury
- facial injury
- soft tissue injury
- loss of limb
- loss of consciousness
- head injury
- brain injury
- fatal injury
The compensation claims process
You might have established your eligibility to pursue a personal injury compensation claim following your road traffic accidents. If this is the case, you may wish to go ahead and proceed with making a claim using the professional team of injury solicitors at Accident Advice Helpline.
They can ensure that your claim is processed effectively on your behalf on a no win no fee basis, through to its successful conclusion.
Rest assured, your personal injury compensation claim will be handled on your behalf with accountability and integrity. Call on 0800 689 0500 to start your claim now!
Date Published: 30th August 2014