When you’re making Sedgemoor personal injury claims it’s nice to have an idea about what the future may hold which is why people enjoy our 30 second test. However, in order to understand and process the information this provides you with, it’s important to know how much you’re likely to receive – and this is how we can help. As such this article will tell you a little more about how the test works, how accurate it is and whether this is something you should pay much attention to.
Making Sedgemoor personal injury claims
The challenge of making personal injury claims is made ever so slightly more difficult by the multitude of different organisations which may crop up looking to offer you options for making claims. You may well receive a contact from the insurance company which represents the other side making a settlement offer. However, if you accept this you may be shooting yourself in the foot. They have an incentive to persuade you to accept an offer even if it is not in your best interests so it may be a good idea to hold on and speak to a law firm.
About the 30 second test
It can also be extremely helpful to have an estimate of the likely level of your compensation agreement. We do this through something called the 30 second test which you’ll see almost as soon as you log onto our website. The idea behind this is that you’ll have a simple way of understanding whether or not your claim for compensation stands much chance of success and, if so, how much you might expect to receive as a result.
All you need to do is answer a few questions and our system will show you a list of the compensation figures for different types of accidents. Naturally, the more severe accidents will end up attracting greater levels of compensation than those which are relatively low impact.
Of course there is a weakness in this. Every claim is as individual as the people making it, so it’s not possible for us to be certain that the information we provide is right for you, but what this can do is give you a goal to shoot for and compare any settlement offer you receive against.
Paying for your claim
Even armed with all this information, and the best people in the business, it’s never possible to be entirely certain how much any claim should fetch which is why it’s a good idea to work on the basis of ‘no win, no fee*’ – this means that no matter what happens, the only time you’ll have to pay will be if you win your case.
So if you’re looking for Sedgemoor personal injury claims give us a call on 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.
Alternatively, you could visit www.accidentadvicehelpline.co.uk for more information.
Date Published: 20th September 2014
Author: David Brown