If you have been in an accident and suffered personal injury, you can put in a claim for compensation through solicitors in Lyme Regis – it’s simple and straightforward!
In fact, a lot of people don’t realise just how easy it is. They worry about whether they are eligible to make a claim, and whether making a claim will cause them even more trouble than they are already experiencing.
How to check your eligibility
Simply go to our website and take the 30 second test. All you need to do is input the information it asks for, and it will answer. It will also give you an estimate of the value of your claim if you do qualify to proceed.
Why people might worry about claiming
Some people worry about claiming, because they think that it will cause financial hardship to the person, company or public body responsible for the accident.
This view demonstrates great charity on the part of the victim of that party’s actions or negligence. After all, that party did actually cause the victim to become injured!
But there is no need to worry, because when solicitors in Lyme Regis pursue a claim, it is insurers that pay out, not the parties themselves. In car accidents, it is the motor insurance company; if claiming against an employer, it is the employer liability insurance.
What your compensation will cover
Solicitors in Lyme Regis will secure you a payment that consists of an element to cover the injury and distress, and an element that reimburses you for costs and, loss of earnings.
The actual amount can only be estimated (by taking the 30 second test mentioned above), because every case is different.
How to contact solicitors in Lyme Regis
Phone up Accident Advice Helpline anytime you like. Our lines are open 24/7 and we can be reached on:
- 0800 689 0500 from a landline
- 0333 500 0993 from a mobile
Or you can text “claim365” to 88010.
Our friendly, professional adviser will take your details and listen to you, demonstrating empathy and sensitivity throughout. Your case will be taken up by one of our 100% ‘no win, no fee’ solicitors in Lyme Regis, who will get to work as soon as they can.
Things to be aware of
There is a three year limit from the date of your accident to make a claim, so it is a good idea to call us as soon as possible. The time limit is extended in cases of industrial disease, or where the claimant was a minor at the time of the accident.
You will be required to attend a further medical test to allow the claim to proceed, but you probably won’t have to go to court – most claims can be dealt with by phone.
Why not call Accident Advice Helpline now?