None of us plan or expect to be in an accident that was not our fault, but it happens to innocent victims every day. The severity of injuries suffered in these accidents vary greatly, but just like all over the rest of the UK, some are very serious injuries in Flintshire.
Serious injuries in Flintshire can change the life of the injured party, at least until they recover, but sometimes for ever. It is not just the life of the victim that is altered either, but their family and friends could all find they have to alter the way they live to cope with the serious injuries in Flintshire their loved one has unstained.
Coping with serious injuries in Flintshire
Coping with serious injuries can involve a lot of extra expenses, as well as possibly lost income if the victim can no longer work. As well as the pain and suffering they are going through, the trauma an accident causes, the way they life has been altered, this financial hardship can create more stress and prolong any recovery time.
UK law says it is unfair that people are put in this situation through no fault of their own. It allows for compensation to be claimed from whoever was to blame, to try and ease these pressures, and to help make their injuries a little easier to cope with.
Claiming compensation is thought by many to be a difficult and expensive process. This is not the case if you use Accident Advice Helpline to assist you. With over 16 years’ experience of making successful claims, we have streamlined the processes to make them simple, efficient and as stress free as we can.
To take care of the finances, we use our no-win, no-fee agreement. This means that every innocent accident victim can afford to make their claim, as we do not ask for any money for the work to begin. If the claim should be lost, we will not ask you to pay our legal fees, so you have nothing to lose by making your claim with us.
Help and support from Accident Advice Helpline
Our advisors are here just to help you. They will answer all your questions with information that relates to your situation, but will not pressure you to make a claim. You can call for free claims advice on a freephone number, so why not give us a call today. 0800 689 0500 is the number to ring from a landline. If you want to use your mobile, call us on 0333 500 0993 (charges may apply).
Date Published: 3rd November 2014
Author: David Brown