If you’ve suffered the terrible ordeal of becoming injured in a nasty road accident in Aberdeenshire that was not your fault, you might want to look into taking personal injury action against the individual or organisation that was responsible. With the aid of a top 100% no-win, no-fee personal injury solicitor, Accident Advice Helpline can help you to make the best possible claim.
You’ll probably be pleased to hear that once you have done so, your involvement in the whole personal injury process could be very limited indeed, provided you have enough proof on your side. In fact, if you have a strong enough case, there will be every chance that your 100% no-win, no-fee solicitor might be able to negotiate you an out of court settlement.
Road accident in Aberdeenshire
To stand a decent chance of winning a personal injury pay-out after suffering an injury in a road accident in Aberdeenshire that was not your fault, you will need to pass a certain amount of evidence to your solicitor.
As an absolute bare minimum, you are going to need to provide medical records that prove you suffered the injuries you claim to have. Personal injury firms will only take on road accident in Aberdeenshire cases they feel you have a strong case, and without medical proof that you were injured, your chances of success would be slim.
However, if you sought medical attention after being injured in a car accident that was not your fault, your condition after the incident will have been fully documented by the medical practitioner that treated your injuries.
If you can, providing the contact details of any witnesses who might have seen your accident will be most useful to your personal injury lawyer, as will any photographic or video evidence of the vehicles involved, the aftermath of the incident or the smash itself. If you can get hold of CCTV footage of what happened, all the better.
Get free advice from the experts in personal injury claims now
If have been injured in a road accident in Aberdeenshire that was not your fault some time in the last three years and would like to explore whether or not you might be able to take personal injury action against the negligent party, call Accident Advice Helpline today on 0800 689 0500.
Date Published: 22nd March 2014
Author: David Brown