Personal injury claims in Broxtowe


Statistics suggest that the number of personal injury claims in Broxtowe is on the increase – in fact, recent years have shown a surge in claims all across the country. But what does this mean?

Claims culture

Critics often delight in suggesting that it has become too easy for people to make a claim – that simple bumps and scrapes are giving people a chance to claim compensation when they don’t really need to.

We don’t think that’s the case at Accident Advice Helpline – indeed if there has been a rise, we think it’s down to better awareness all around, which can only be a good thing.

Indeed most independent reports suggest that the existence of a compensation culture as the red top newspapers would like to term it does not exist and that in truth more people should be claiming than actually are. A report in 2012 found that only 20% of those people who could have made a claim were actually doing so, something that we feel is a major concern because it means people are losing out on basic justice after an accident.

Making personal injury claims in Broxtowe

This is why we set up Accident Advice Helpline so that people making personal injury claims in Broxtowe would have somewhere to go to get the advice and support they needed. We decided to do this by offering a free helpline which people can call to get advice and support as they ponder whether to make a claim or not.

We’ll provide our honest opinion on what we think you should do with the benefit of real experts in personal injury law. If, and only if, we think you have a realistic chance of winning we’ll then look at how we can improve your chances of getting the full amount of compensation we think you’re entitled to.

Assessing your injuries

Part of this may involve a follow up medical assessment so we can get it clear in our minds how badly you’ve been hurt. This will be important in assessing how much compensation you should be paid as the severity of the injury and the impact it has had on your life are all crucial in working out how much you should be paid.

Paying for personal injury claims in Broxtowe

However, the most important and pressing thing about any personal injury claims in Broxtowe is finding a way to pay for them. We know this can keep people awake at night, which is why we work on the basis of no win no fee*. If we can’t help you to win your case we will not expect to be paid a single penny.

So, if you’re looking for personal injury claims in Broxtowe, give us a call on 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.

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