Nobody should be left to pick up the pieces of an accident that was someone else’s fault in Richmondshire. Every year thousands of people are injured in accidents that were not their fault, and that have serious physical, emotional and financial implications for those affected.
Road traffic accidents are among the most common incidents in the country, with road users making costly mistakes that result in serious injuries for all involved in the accident. This often includes the drivers, but can also affect passengers, cyclists, motorcyclists and even pedestrians attempting to cross the road at a junction.
Workplace incidents and accidents in public places such as shopping centres and car parks are also particularly common. Many of these accidents are someone else’s fault in Richmondshire and not that of the innocent victim left needing urgent medical treatment for their injuries.
What can I do when the accident was someone else’s fault in Richmondshire
The innocent people in these accidents are often taken to hospital for treatment on their injuries, or left to recover at home over the period of several weeks or months. Either way, it is not possible for them to work and in this time they may not be earning any money.
This can be disastrous for them financially, especially with bills to pay, but help is at hand. When an accident is someone else’s fault it may be possible to make a claim for compensation.
Accident Advice Helpline are personal injury specialists and we have lawyers with a wealth of experience in all kinds of accident claims. We work on a 100% no-win no-fee basis, which means that there are no upfront fees to pay.
It is free to enquire
It is even free to find out if you might be able to claim through our 30-second online test. All you have to do is answer a few simple questions about your accident, and even if you are eligible you are under no obligation to go ahead with a claim at this time.
If you need more time to consider your options, or if you are just looking for legal advice, then you have up to three years from the date of the accident in which to make your claim.
Making your claim
Should you choose to go ahead with a claim then we’ll assign one of our friendly and experienced solicitors to handle the day-to-day running of your case, assisting you whenever you have any questions or concerns about the claim.
Your solicitor will also be able to look at the evidence provided, including a medical assessment, to give you an estimate on the minimum and maximum potential payout that you might receive if we win your case.
If you would like to find out more about claiming when an accident was someone else’s fault, or to speak to one of our solicitors about making a case for compensation, give us a call on 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.
Date Published: 26th November 2015