Claiming compensation for a South Ribble accident
If someone else was to blame for your South Ribble accident then we can probably get you compensation.
Personal injury compensation is a non–taxable sum of money that will be paid to you either at the order of a court judge or after an out of court agreement between the parties involved.
You can claim compensation for any accident, no matter where it happened providing, again, that it was someone else’s fault and it took place within the past three years. You can claim for an accident that happened:
- At work
- On the road
- In a public place
- On holiday
- As result of using a faulty appliance, product or service
- After receiving inadequate medical care
- Or at home.
You can claim compensation for any illness or injury you suffered because of your South Ribble accident and any resulting costs, such as child care, and travel expenses of lost income from work.
- To check if you qualify for compensation, and for an estimate of how much you could be awarded, use the compensation calculator on our website: www.accidentadvicehelpline.co.uk.
How we can help
Firstly, we can offer you obligation-free help and advice via our helpline which is staffed by fully trained advisors. Our advisors can give you the information that you need to decide whether or not to claim and confirm if you are eligible to do so.
Then we have our solicitors. Our solicitors only ever work under no win no fee contracts, so you can go ahead and claim knowing that there will be no further risk to your finances. Our solicitors always work hard to get the best compensation deals possible, and if they are unsuccessful then you won’t have to pay out a penny.
We pride ourselves on our customer service so endeavour to make claiming compensation as smooth and simple a process as we possibly can.
- Our patron is consumer rights champion Esther Rantzen.
Since we were founded in 2000, we have helped thousands of people get the compensation that they deserve, and quite often need, after their accidents. If you would like us to help you then please call our helpline on 0800 689 0500. (Or dial 0333 500 0993 if using a mobile.) All calls to Accident Advice Helpline are kept confidential and our lines are open twenty four hours a day.
Date Published: 30th June 2014
Author: David Brown