If you know someone that has had to make personal injury claims in Greater Manchester then you already know that it is something that you can do if you have been injured.
The legal requirements around making personal injury claims in Greater Manchester is that you:
- Have had an accident
- That the accident was caused by someone else
- That you suffered some form of personal injury as a result of the accident
- That the accident occurred within the last three years
If you meet these requirements then you could be one of the people who is entitled to make personal injury claims in Greater Manchester.
It’s not just accidents
Of course we should point out that when it comes to making personal injury claims in Greater Manchester it is not just accidents that entitle people to compensation. Unfortunately even though we are fortunate enough to have a fantastic health care system within the United Kingdom there are situations where sometimes things go wrong. If you have been negatively affected as a result of a medical or clinical procedure, then you may be entitled to claim for compensation for that as well.
Here at Accident Advice Helpline we have a team of in house solicitors who are able to assist with every conceivable type of personal injury claims in Greater Manchester, including the more complicated clinical negligence and industrial disease cases.
To find out whether or not you could make a claim for compensation with our help please give us a call on our free phone helpline. Our advisors are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week and will be happy to provide you with free, no obligation advice to help you decide if you are ready to join the hundreds of people who have already made successful personal injury claims in Greater Manchester.
How much could you claim?
Personal injury claims in Greater Manchester are worth varying amounts when it comes to compensation. Asides from the severity of the injuries and who is liable for the accident in general, your solicitor will also be able to take into account any out of pocket expenses or special damages that you may be able to claim.
Such damages include considerations as to whether you have lost earnings or income as a result of the accident or injury. It may be that you have had to take time off from work to recover, or even miss some time off work to attend appointments or treatment sessions with medical professionals.
You may have had to pay additional money for travel, parking charges or even prescriptions depending on your entitlements to benefits. If you keep all associated receipts we will be able to recover those monies for you as part of your settlement.
For more information call 0800 689 0500 from a landline or dial 0333 500 0993 from a mobile. Take our 30 second test today to find out how much you could be entitled to.
Date Published: 15th August 2014
Author: David Brown