Advice following your serious injuries in Wirral
If you have been injured in an accident and that accident was someone else’s fault then you may be able to claim personal injury compensation. Read on if you have sustained serious injuries in Wirral.
Personal injury compensation is there to reimburse you for any accident related costs and of course to compensate you for the pain and stress of your injury. To claim, the injury you suffered needs to have been serious enough to have warranted medical attention. You can claim for any injury, or an illness, including psychological illnesses such as stress, depression and anxiety.
Claiming compensation with Accident Advice Helpline
If you think you may be entitled to claim compensation contact Accident Advice Helpline. We have no-win, no-fee lawyers in Wirral who will handle your claim for you. Before you speak to them, there are several things that you can do to ensure that your claim gets off to a good start.
- Write an account of your accident so that when you come to talk to your no-win, no-fee lawyers you can give them a clear, detailed account of what happened. Include any details that you can remember and make a note of how the injury you suffered affected your life.
- Part of your claim will be to reimburse you for any accident related expenses, such as money spent on travel, childcare or medical treatment. So keep track of what you are spending and keep hold of receipts and bank/credit card statements.
- Gather together anything you have that may help your claim – such as the contact details of any witnesses to your accident and photos of your injuries or the damage to your car if yours was a road accident.
If you claim through us then our no-win, no-fee lawyers will do everything that they can to get you the maximum amount of compensation possible. We will deal with your claim quickly and with the minimum amount of input for you. There is a good chance that your claim will be settled out of court. However, you may have to attend a medical for an impartial assessment of your injuries. Your medical will ensure that you get all the compensation you are entitled to, so be honest about your injury and make sure you mention the affect that your accident has had on your mental well-being, as the psychological impact of your accident will form part of your claim.
The amount of compensation that you receive will depend on how serious your injury was and the impact that it had on your life, but you can get an estimate of how much you could get by entering your details into our compensation calculator tool.
Contact us now
More information on claiming compensation can be found on our website or via our helpline which is open now. Call 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 if using a mobile. We want to help if you have serious injuries in Wirral.