Unexpected injury claims in the UK


Unexpected injury claims in the UK

It is thought that every year in the UK, 3 million suffer some form of personal injury as a result of an accident that was not their fault. But can you believe that only a quarter of these people – around 750,000 – make unexpected injury claims in the UK for the injuries they have suffered. So, why don’t more people make compensation claims?

Many people still believe that making unexpected injury claims in the UK is a complicated process. After all, seeking compensation is a form of taking legal action against an individual or company. You will need the specialist help of a solicitor to make your claim, representing you in the compensation case.

With Accident Advice Helpline, making unexpected injury claims in the UK is straightforward. We tell you right from the start if you are eligible to make a compensation claim, what you can claim for, how to do it as well provide you with the specialist advice from our legal team.

Claiming compensation takes a long time – many unexpected injury claims in the UK are resolved quickly to the advantage of the claimant. Most compensation claims are simple, but when the case is slightly more complicated or contested it can take some time and organisation.

With Accident Advice Helpline, unexpected injury claims in the UK are resolved quickly due to our quick yet effective 30-second test, which tells you in an instant if you have a case. No messing about making a claim to find several months later that you were not entitled to do so.

At one time, claimants who wanted to pursue compensation from another party had to fund the legal costs themselves; in other words, paying upfront and claiming the money back if you were successful. There has been a key shift in this, in that you no longer have to stump up huge lawyer fees to make unexpected injury claims in the UK.

With Accident Advice Helpline, making unexpected injury claims in the UK no longer requires you to put up large fees upfront. This is known as a conditional agreement, or no win no fee*. This means that everyone can make a claim, not just those that can afford it, opening up justice to every person who has been hurt in an accident that was not their fault.

Still think making unexpected injury claims in the UK is daunting? With Accident Advice Helpline, it is straightforward. With professional and friendly advisers to help you through from the very first phone call, to the very last step, why not get in touch with us? Call any time of night or day on 0800 689 0500, or low-rate call from your mobile on 0333 500 0993.

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