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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Public transport incident in Rushcliffe


    The 30-second test and your compensation claim

    If you have been hurt in a public transport incident in Rushcliffe, you will know the pain and inconvenience of being caught up in something that was not your fault.

    However, issues can run much deeper and with far wider repercussions that can be imagined. Financially, victims of accidents can struggle. Some people are unable to return to work for some time; others are only able to return to work on a part time basis.

    This can present financial difficulties, learning to live on a decreased income. To compound the issue, accident victims can face additional financial pressures. For example, paying for items on prescription can soon start to add up. They may also need to pay for transport to and from medical appointments.

    For many people, the opportunity to claim compensation for their injuries is an opportunity to not only right the wrong that has been done to them, but also to recoup some of these expenses.

    About a public transport incident in Rushcliffe claim

    Every client who approaches Accident Advice Helpline has one question on their lips – how much could I claim?

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    As you can appreciate, every claim and every case is different. Accidents are similar, as are injuries, but how these injuries affect and impact people can be very different. As a result, we have developed a great tool call the 30-second test. This tool can be used by anyone who thinks they may have a compensation claim. Here is how to use it:

    • Log on to our website where you will find the 30-second test on the home page
    • You will note the series of a few simple, yet important questions
    • Read through them, completing them by selecting your answer from the drop-down menus for each question that best fits your situation (don’t worry, as you can add detail at a later stage)
    • Press the submit button and wait for the answer

    What does the result mean?

    The result from the 30-second test is an initial indication for you to be use as to whether your compensation claim could be successful or not.

    In all cases, we suggest talking to a member of our friendly phone line team. Our phone line is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week so why not take a few minutes to discuss your claim for compensation after a public transport incident in Rushcliffe with us today? Our number is 0800 689 0500, and we can provide you with the advice and support you need to make a claim.

    Date Published: 3rd July 2015

    Author: David Brown

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