Have you experienced a personal injury car accident? An example of a personal injury car accident is:
- Rear end collision
- Traffic light collision
- Collision with stationary object
- Pedestrian accident with a vehicle
Who can claim compensation for a personal injury car accident?
Examples of people who may have suffered from a personal injury car accident are:
- Front passenger
- Rear passenger
- Child in child seat
- Baby in baby seat
- Pedestrian hit by a car
- Passenger in mini-bus or coach
Do you think any of the above may apply to you or anyone you know? If you are unsure, why don’t you take Accident Advice Helpline’s easy 30-second online test: it really is as quick as it says it is! If you would prefer to speak to a real human being about your personal injury car accident and the effect it has had on your life and the everyday lives of those around you, then a chat is only a free phone call away on 0800 689 0500. At the other end of Accident Advice Helpline’s free-phone number, is a friendly, professional – adviser, ready to speak to you about your potential claim and the car accident you have unfortunately been involved in.
Accident Advice Helpline is proud to have UK consumer rights champion Esther Rantzen as its patron and a team of legal partners to help the victims of car accidents obtain the compensation due to them because of events which have happened to them and which were not their fault. Accident Advice Helpline has over 15 years’ experience of helping such people and if you have suffered a personal injury car accident, perhaps you too may be able to bring a successful claim.
No need to leave the house to make a personal injury car accident claim
If you are still recovering from your accident, we understand that it may be difficult or even impossible to get out of the house: this does not affect your car accident personal injury claim. The claim can usually be done over the phone, without long, complicated forms to fill in. Although you may need to attend a medical assessment, there is no need to attend solicitors’ offices, nor usually court. You can concentrate on recovering, while your claim proceeds in the capable hands of experts.
Accident Advice Helpline also recognises that your personal injury car accident may have happened some time ago. Not everyone is aware of their rights and the law in relation to personal injury: perhaps you didn’t know where to go for advice. As long as your injury occurred in the past three years (different rules for children) then you may still have a valid claim. Remember that, as you can also claim out-of-pocket expenses, as well as personal injury compensation, you should keep all relevant receipts.
If you are wondering in any way if you may be entitled to compensation, then make it a priority to speak to one of our advisers, who can provide you with clear, professional advice, all for free.
Date Published: 15th October 2012
Author: David Brown