Were you hurt in a truck accident in Norwich recently?
If you have been injured in a truck accident in Norwich, you may want to file a personal injury accident claim.
Roads can become busier during peak, or rush hour times, but this is also true of weekends when people may be heading the the city centre for some shopping. With all the extras cars and people on the roads, a truck accident in Norwich is always going to happen to someone and at some point.
When to make your claim
You do not have to make your injury claim right after the truck accident in Norwich happened; although many find that it’s easier to do so. As well having access to the relevant documents, it can also mean that your memory of the event is much clearer and that you are able to track down any witnesses to the accident more easily.
That said, however, some accident victims do not feel up to making an accident claim right away, or even soon after the truck accident in Norwich. If you have suffered serious injuries, or you are perhaps struggling because of the emotional impact of the accident and your injuries, you may not feel able to cope with making a compensation claim so soon.
If you would rather wait a little while before making a personal injury accident claim, we should still be able to help you. At Accident Advice Helpline we regularly help accident victims who have suffered injuries in the last three years, so you could still make personal injury accident claim, even if your accident happened some time ago.
In addition to being one of the best national law firms within the UK, we also adopted the conditional fee agreement and took it to our hearts. In accordance with the conditional fee agreement, there is nothing to pay in order to start a claim with us. And if, for whatever reason, the claim is not successful, then you pay nothing then either.
Our dedicated and professional help desk team are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week so we are always on hand to assist.
It is really easy to contact us whenever you need to, also. All you have to do is ring us on 0800 689 0500 and if we can’t answer your question there and then, we will call you right back with everything you need to know.
Date Published: 9th July 2014
Author: David Brown