Have you been involved in a public transport accident in Coedpoeth in the last three years? If so, our specialist solicitors at Accident Advice Helpline may be able to help you claim compensation for your injuries.
But what are the issues facing accident victims when involved in an incident of this type, and what can we do to reduce the stress of making a claim?
The very nature of public transport often means that when an accident happens, numerous victims are involved. This can cause confusion at the scene of the accident, and make the process of claiming compensation a little more complicated.
If you are involved in a public transport accident in Coedpoeth, or anywhere else in the UK, if you are able you should try to get the contact details of any witnesses and take photos of the damage to all vehicles. This will help when the time comes to negotiate for compensation, and will form part of your case along with medical assessments and police reports.
Don’t want to go to court after a public transport accident in Coedpoeth?
Most of our customers worry about having to go to court before they can claim their compensation. It is our policy to process claims by telephone whenever we can, however, which often negates this requirement and offers peace of mind to our customers.
Many accident victims feel that they have suffered enough trauma without having to give evidence in court, so this is a huge advantage of making your claim with us.
How much compensation could you receive?
Another issue for many people is whether it is worthwhile even starting a claim. They wonder if the stress of taking legal action would be fully compensated by their award. We offer an estimate of the compensation you might receive, and you can obtain this either by taking the 30 second test on the website or phoning our helpline.
Either way, you’ll just need to provide a few basic details surrounding your accident and the injuries you sustained, and the estimated figure will be provided straight away. This can be a significant factor in deciding whether to start a claim, and although just an estimate it helps you make a more informed decision.
Accident Advice Helpline’s friendly advisors
We operate a policy of no hard-sell at Accident Advice Helpline. Some law firms put pressure on their callers to start a claim regardless of how they are feeling, but that is not the case with us. You are under no obligation to continue with a claim if you do not feel that it is the right thing to do.
Speak to one of our helpful advisors today to put your mind at rest about claiming with us. The freephone helpline numbers are 0800 689 0500 from a landline, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone.
Date Published: 24th June 2015
Author: David Brown