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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Personal injury accident claim in Vale of White Horse

    Personal Injury Solicitors in Vale of White Horse

    What is involved in making a claim for compensation?

    If you have been hurt, you are suffering physical pain and mental anguish. You think you may be entitled to make a personal injury accident claim in Vale of White Horse, and yet you are unsure about the whole process.

    All these unanswered questions may mean that you decide not to make a claim, or even find out if you have one but, with Accident Advice Helpline, everything is different. We make it easy to determine if you have a claim, and to move forward should you so choose with a solicitor.

    There is no obligation

    With Accident Advice Helpline, we make things simple. We treat every call in confidence and understand that there are times when people just need some basic information about the possibility of making a claim – and this is exactly what our friendly, expert phone line teams provide hundreds of customers on a daily basis.

    Make a personal injury accident claim in Vale of White Horse

    There are three factors that underpin any claim for personal injury compensation:

    • The accident must not have been your fault – compensation claims are made when the victim has been hurt through no fault of their own. There are a variety of circumstances, from road traffic collisions through to more complex cases, such as those affected by industrial disease. If you are unsure about this, call us as we can help. We will assess your case promptly and honestly to see if you have a case.
    • The accident must have been within the last three years – in order for your claim to be in with a chance of success, you must lodge your complaint within three years of it being a reasonable assumption that you were hurt as a result of the accident or incident. In may cases, there is a date and time that is clear, such as the date you had the accident. In the cases of industrial diseases, many clients do not realise they are ill and that their working conditions caused this, until many, many years later.
    • Your injuries – as you are claiming for injuries, you will need to provide evidence that you have sought medical advice and treatment. This will form part of your claim, which is why it is important to seek medical help if you have been hurt.

    Making a personal injury accident claim in Vale of White Horse need not be unduly complicated when everything is clearly explained; get all the facts today from Accident Advice Helpline by calling us today on 0800 689 0500.

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    Date Published: 15th June 2015

    Author: David Brown

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