For many, the thought of claiming compensation is something they have never thought about. Here at Accident Advice Helpline, we understand this because, why would you?
We all go about our daily lives, assuming we are safe and that accidents, as dreadful a thought as this may be, usually happen to someone else.
But accident happen every day. People do get hurt. As a result, many people have potential Viewpark no win no fee claims for compensation.
The accident: was it your fault?
This is the first of the Big Questions you need to ask yourself – or, alternatively, why not chat through your case with one of our team on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone.
Personal injury law is the section of the vast law landscape that deal with compensation claims. It sets out quite clearly the criteria that MUST be present in a case in order for it to succeed.
The first is the fact that the accident must not have been your fault; this is linked to liability. In other words, in order for potential Viewpark ‘no win, no fee’ claims for compensation to be in with a chance of success, someone else must have been responsible for the accident.
Your injuries: how were they treated?
Viewpark ‘no win, no fee’ claims for compensation are about personal injuries, not damage to property, such as your car etc. These are dealt with through other sections of insurances etc. but, claiming compensation is about seeking the financial justice for the injuries that someone else has caused you.
It could be whiplash from falling over; a broken wrist from a car accident; it could be broken ribs from a work accident… the possible scenarios are virtually endless.
But, even though you may have obvious injuries, you still need to have had them seen by a medical professional. Potential Viewpark ‘no win, no fee’ claims for compensation rely on the diagnosis of professionals – we need to know, as your lawyers, that your wrist is definitely broken etc.
The timescale: when did it happen?
ALL potential Viewpark ‘no win, no fee’ claims for compensation have the same deadline: you have three years from the date of the accident, within which you must make a claim, if you intend on doing so. Only in a small handful of cases, will the application of this deadline be different.
Be safe, rather than sorry and make your claim for financial justice as soon as you can.