Why do only roughly one quarter of innocent victims make a St Edmundsbury ‘no win, no fee’ car accident claim, after they have been injured by the actions of some one else?
There are many reasons why more victims do not make a St Edmundsbury ‘no win, no fee’ accident claim, but the main ones seem to be:
- They are fearful of the costs involved
- They do not think their injury is serious enough
- They think they have left it too late
- They think it is not worth the effort
- They think it is wrong
Some of them have their lives ruined by accidents that were not their fault, but just struggle on and suffer in silence for all the pain and suffering they have had to endure.
They should listen to Esther about making their St Edmundsbury ‘no win, no fee’ car accident claim
Ester Rantzen has met people who have had their lives ruined by accidents, and seen how they struggle to cope with serious injuries. She has seen how the other members of the family are affected as well, and how financially unstable they can all be.
This is why she will tell you that all innocent victims of accidents should claim the compensation they are legally entitled to, it won’t undo the injuries, but it can make life a little easier for all concerned.
She has worked hard to raise the public’s awareness to this legal right, and to the fact that she considers Accident Advice Helpline to be the best option for making your St Edmundsbury ‘no win, no fee’ accident claim.
As well as meeting victims who had not made a claim, Esther met some of our past claimants, and was impressed with the service they had received, and how we had looked after them, making sure their needs were a priority.
The key principles Accident Advice Helpline adhere to
All our staff adheres to four key principles:
These principles are part of the reason we are so successful, and help explain why we have a reputation for complete customer satisfaction. They mean you can trust us with your claim, knowing that everything we do has your best interests at the heart.
Contacting Accident Advice Helpline
Victims who contact us will soon realise that all the reasons above are not correct. They will not have to worry about money for their claim and as long as the injury needed the attention of a doctor, it is serious enough to claim compensation for.
The time limit for making a claim is three years, so if they have left it five years they have left it too late, but most victims make their claims sooner rather than later, as they appear to be more successful this way.
With regard to the effort, there is very little involved, we do all the work to let you get on with recovering.
And finally, it is not wrong to expect to be compensated for the ordeal you have been through, you wouldn’t think the same if it was your property that was damaged and not your body. Call free on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone for free, no obligation advice about making a claim.
Date Published: 7th November 2014