If you’ve been involved in a road traffic accident in the Swindon area, either as the driver, passenger or a rider, then you may be eligible to make road accident claims in Swindon.
If the accident was caused by the actions of another road user, and you were left needing medical attention from paramedics or even a trip to hospital, then you might be able to make a claim.
At the time of the accident, claiming for compensation might be the last thing on your mind. Depending on the severity of the accident and the injuries you may have sustained, it might be a particularly traumatic time for you, your passengers and any other road users involved in the accident.
That’s why Accident Advice Helpline take on road accident claims in Swindon within three years of the incident; allowing you to focus on your recovery before making your claim.
Misconceptions about road accident claims in Swindon
It’s a common misconception that only the most seriously injured can make a compensation claim. Yes, the severity of injuries sustained in road traffic accidents can range from nothing at all to life-threatening, but anyone who has sustained an injury that required medical treatment may be eligible to claim depending on the circumstances of the incident.
Motorists all over Swindon and Wiltshire who have been cut or bruised, left with muscular problems like whiplash, skeletal damage, internal injuries and the kind of problems that can change your life in an instant are all able to enquire about making a claim, yet many are discouraged from doing so or opt against it.
Some choose not to claim because they don’t want the hassle involved; others choose not to claim because they think they can’t afford the legal representation.
The fact of the matter is that with Accident Advice Helpline you don’t have to pay us a penny up front as all claims are made on a no-win no-fee basis – we even provide no obligation advice.
We have a team of experienced personal injury solicitors who take care of all aspects of the case for you. The only thing we need from you is a medical assessment explaining the treatment you received and the diagnosed injuries.
How to start your claim
To start your claim the first place you should visit is our homepage. There you will find a 30-second test that will tell you if you may be able to make a claim and how much it could be worth if you are successful.
Alternatively, you can give one of our friendly lawyers a call to discuss your potential claim where you can ask any questions that may be on your mind. To find out more, call now on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0992 from a mobile phone.
Date Published: 26th June 2015
Author: David Brown