The easiest and quickest way to launch an RTA claim for compensation, having been injured in an accident that was someone else’s fault, is to use the no win no fee service that we offer here at Accident Advice Helpline. It is simple and user-friendly, has a great success rate, and achieves results in the fastest possible time.
Our reputation is well respected in the industry
All of our dealings with any RTA where the other driver was not insured, go via the Motor Insurer’s Bureau, an organisation which was set up back in 1946, and through which all uninsured motoring personal injury claims are paid. As one of the first injury claim specialist companies to set up here in the UK offering a no win no fee service back in the year 2000, we’ve established an excellent working relationship with all insurance companies and the Motor Insurer’s Bureau. They know that we mean business and respect our reputation.
The 4 important conditions any RTA claim for compensation must satisfy
In order to be valid and to qualify for compensation, an RTA claim for compensation must satisfy 4 important conditions:
- The blame for the RTA must be attributable to a third party
- The injury sustained must be serious enough to warrant a claim
- Medical proof of the injury will be required
- The accident/injury must have occurred within the past three years
In addition, if you have a police accident report reference number too, that will help to speed your application through.
Using our online HOW MUCH injury claim calculator
The law says that if you’ve been injured and someone else is to blame, you are entitled to compensation, and if you’d like to find out how much compensation you could be due to receive, you can go to our website and make use of the HOW MUCH injury claim calculator on our homepage. You just need to supply six basic pieces of information relating to the RTA claim with regard to:
- Whether or not the accident happened in the last three years
- Whether or not the accident was your fault
- Whether or not you received medical attention
- Which part of your body was injured
- Your full name
- Your telephone contact details
This service which takes only 30 seconds to use and is open to anyone to use, whether or not they proceed with their claim.
If you need help
Should you need any help, or wish to discuss any aspect of your claim with someone, you can get in touch with a member of our customer support team by phoning our free helpline on 0800 689 0500 from any landline, or 0333 500 0992 from your mobile. Your call will be treated in the strictest of confidence, and as Esther Rantzen says: “Take my advice you can trust AAH to look after you.” Any advice is given free of charge as part of our no win no fee policy. It also comes without any obligation, so why not call us today? You’ve nothing to lose and everything to gain!
Date Published: 18th March 2014
Author: David Brown