Here at Accident Advice Helpline we have a reputation for helping people win the financial compensation that they are entitled to after they have had an accident that was not their fault. As a result of this reputation for excellence we have helped countless people make personal injury claims in Guildford, and get the outcomes that they deserve.
To find out whether or not we could help you make a claim for compensation please contact us today. Our advisors are always happy to help with any queries you may have, and can provide you with free, no obligation advice over the phone.
Types of personal injury claims in Guildford
When it comes to seeking compensation people make personal injury claims in Guildford as a result of a variety of different accidents. You may not be surprised to know that one of the most common causes for accidents in this country is as a result of a road traffic collision. This often involves at least two vehicles, sometimes more. As a result even the most apparently simple of accidents can be time consuming to prove as invariably someone will be denying liability for having caused the accident in the first place.
It is this denial of liability or responsibility that means it is often essential to have a legal representative on your side. Although you are legally entitled to represent yourself when it comes to making personal injury claims in Guildford, it is often advisable to have someone who knows what they are doing.
Here at Accident Advice Helpline our solicitors all have extensive experience in handling a wide number of personal injury claims in Guildford. This can mean anything from road traffic collisions to accidents at work or even accidents in public places. As a result they know exactly what it takes to get the maximum amount of compensation that a client may be entitled to. They also understand the law in full to ensure that your case is argued properly.
How our solicitors can help
When it comes to starting personal injury claims in Guildford our solicitors always look at all of the facts presented to them. They will then start to gather evidence to substantiate a claim. This can include speaking to other people who were present at the scene of the crime and obtaining witness statements. It may be possible to obtain photographs of the scene of the accident as well as CCTV footage if appropriate.
Your solicitor will also arrange for you to be seen by an independent medical expert. They will then assess your injuries and any resulting conditions that have affected your general health. They will write a report detailing this information and suggesting how much compensation you are likely to receive based on your injuries. To find out how much this might be take our 30 second-test today.
For more information call on 0800 689 0500 from a landline or dial 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.
Date Published: 13th August 2014
Author: David Brown