RTA compensation calculator

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We are a busy motoring nation. In the first four months of 2012 here in the UK, we travelled 59.4 billion vehicle miles (Dept. for Transport). We rely on our cars to get us to and from work, as well as all the social and family things we need to do. So it comes as no surprise that RTAs (road traffic accidents) can be fairly commonplace. Sometimes, through no fault of our own, we can be on the receiving end of these accidents, which in some cases can cause us significant personal injury.

The RTA compensation calculator

Here at Accident Advice Helpline, we’ve developed a unique tool, a 30-second test that will tell you within seconds if you have a claim. The test uses three simple questions:

  1. Have you had an accident that wasn’t your fault?
  2. Did you receive medical treatment for your injuries?
  3. Was the RTA in the last three years?

Our advisers will ask you further details of the accident and your injuries. From the information you give us, our compensation calculator will be able to tell you straight away if you have an eligible claim, as well give you an indication of the amount you could claim for.

The RTA compensation calculator also highlights any additional costs you can claim for. Quite often what looks like minor damage to your car can be serious and your car could be off the road. However, at the same time, your personal injuries may result in you being temporarily unable to drive, so how will you get to your medical appointments? If you need specialist medical care, how can you afford to pay the fees? These are all questions and concerns that we know claimants have.

When the RTA compensation calculator gives an indication that you have a claim, we will then connect you with one of our expert solicitors who specialises in road traffic accident compensation claims. We want to ensure that you have the best chance of claiming what you are legally entitled to, so we only have the best legal professionals on our team.

Use of the compensation calculator is free of charge to everybody, whether you chose to continue with your claim or not. All our solicitors operate on a no-win, no-fee* basis so there is nothing to pay up-front to get your claim started.

Claiming compensation by using our ‘tried and trusted’  RTA compensation calculator ensures that you claim what you are legally entitled to. Many people don’t claim compensation when they’ve suffered an injury as a result of an RTA. Don’t be one of them, contact us today.

Dial 0800 689 0500 from a landline, or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile phone to chat to an adviser at Accident Advice Helpline today.

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