If you’re one of the many people who have been hurt in an accident that was someone elses fault in Pontarddulais then you might be entitled to make a claim for compensation based on the incident and the injuries that you sustained not just physically, but emotionally too.
It’s easy to focus solely on the physical injuries sustained in an accident, but many innocent victims are left in a great deal of distress emotionally too. This is especially true when it is a long-term injury that has the potential to affect their personal and professional lives for several months or years, or even for the rest of their lives.
Sure, the physical injuries are often the most obvious when you’re in an accident that was someone elses fault in Pontarddulais, and you might be well within your rights to make a claim for compensation based on these injuries alone; but when you make a personal injury claim Accident Advice Helpline include the emotional implications of the accident in our evaluation of the case and how much it could be worth.
The accident is someone elses fault in Pontarddulais, so you shouldn’t suffer
We have a team of personal injury solicitors with a wealth of experience in handling all kinds of compensation claims.
These include workplace accidents where a colleague has injured another because machines weren’t safe to use, to incidents in public places where members of the public have slipped on wet floors where warnings were not displayed, and road traffic accidents where innocent motorists have been hurt because of mistakes made by other road users.
Every no-win no-fee claim is different, but our solicitors will take a close look at the factors that relate specifically to your accident when estimating the minimum and maximum potential payout you might receive as there is no set sum in terms of successful settlements.
No-win, no-fee and no obligation
Instead we look at factors including the severity of the accident and the injuries that you sustained, the treatment that you received at the time and any on-going procedures or rehabilitation that you need, the initial prognosis and any lifestyle or financial implications.
Of course, you don’t have to go through with a claim just because you’ve spoken to us for advice. You are under no obligation to go through with any case and you have up to three years from the date of the accident in which to make your claim, so if you’ve been unsure about claiming in the past it may not be too late.
To find out if you could be eligible to make a claim, to put your mind at rest, you can take our free online test that takes no more than 30-seconds to complete and all you need to do is answer a few simple questions about the accident.
If you are eligible, and choose to go ahead, then we’ll assign one of our solicitors to handle your claim personally, and they will be able to answer any questions you might have and to inform you of any information or evidence we might need to get your claim started.
Should you wish to find out more information about claiming or if you have any questions at all then our friendly solicitors are here to help, so call for free on 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.
Date Published: 23rd October 2015
Author: David Brown