Require some assistance with your Pembroke car accident?
Car accidents can be nasty. One moment you are heading home from work and the next moment you can find yourself enroute to A&E in an ambulance. The law in the UK is clear that if a person has been hurt or injured during an accident, for which they were not to blame, they should be properly compensated. If you have had the misfortune to have been hurt or injured during a Pembroke car accident that was not your fault Accident Advice Helpline will be pleased to help you, as long as the incident occurred within the last three years.
How much is my personal injury claim worth?
The easiest and quickest way to find out the potential value of your personal injury claim is to take our unique online test. Just answer the short series of simple questions in our 30 Second Test and in next to no time you’ll know for certain if:
- You are entitled to seek compensation
- How much compensation you could be awarded
Accident Advice Helpline can assist you
Whilst we are unable to guarantee claim amounts we can assure you that our highly experienced and qualified no win no fee injury lawyers are deeply committed to ensuring that victims of non fault accidents are properly compensated and that they secure them the highest levels of compensation possible.
What can I include in my claim?
In addition to claiming compensation for your injuries you may also be able to include the following in your personal injury claim:
- Loss of earnings – It’s not right that you should be left in a financially vulnerable position because you have been unable to return to work at your full capacity or indeed at all, because of an accident someone else caused. Why should you bare the painful physical and financial consequences of the negligence of someone else? We will do our very best to ensure that you receive every penny of compensation to which you are entitled.
- Out of pocket expenses – It is truly shocking just how quickly those small, insignificant amounts accumulate into a large and quite considerable sum. If you can retain any receipts for prescription charges, hospital parking or taxi fares to and from medical appointments so much the better. If not, then a rough calculation should suffice.
Don’t miss out
Under UK law all personal injury claims must be made within a strict three year deadline. If you exceed this deadline you’ll automatically miss out on all your legal rights to compensation. It would be tragic for this to happen, so don’t delay and ring us straight away, either on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 now.
Date Published: 23rd August 2014