At Accident Advice Helpline, we aim to make the process of claiming compensation easier for our customers by simplifying all our systems and procedures, and offering lots of online tools and resources. If you have suffered injury in a public transport accident in Huddersfield, or anywhere around the UK, take a look at our website or phone the helpline numbers provided below.
How do we make the claims system easier?
- We aim to process as many claims as possible over the phone so that our customers do not need to attend court. This also helps to speed up the process, and reduces the stress of claiming.
- Our online compensation calculator, known as the 30 second test, allows you to obtain an estimate of the potential compensation amount. This is very useful if you are not sure whether or not to start a claim, and is based on previous cases that we have dealt with.
- Our system of using no win, no fee for all personal injury claims lets you start a claim with no upfront fees. It also offers reassurance that your finances will not be placed at risk because should you lose your case, you will not be liable to pay your solicitor’s fees.
Who deals with a claim for a public transport accident in Huddersfield?
All our solicitors are fully qualified, and have expertise in the area of personal injury law. This is a significant factor in claiming compensation, as previous experience helps us to understand the complexities that we inevitably encounter, even with what appear to be the most straightforward cases.
Your solicitor will negotiate with the negligent third party, and let you know if there are any additional requirements for your case evidence. In some instances, our customers need to attend a medical assessment in addition to the one undertaken when the accident happened.
How do I start a claim for compensation with Accident Advice Helpline?
This depends on whether or not you have already decided to make a claim. If not, you might want to take the 30 second test mentioned above, to get an idea of how much compensation you might receive.
Alternatively, just call our helpline to speak to a professional advisor who can guide you through the process and also provide your estimate. We will also need to confirm that your claim is legitimate by asking a few basic questions about your accident and injuries.
The numbers you’ll need are 0800 689 0500 (landline) or 0333 500 0993 (mobile). Call now to start your claim for a public transport accident in Huddersfield, or to find out more information.
Date Published: 29th June 2015
Author: David Brown