Wales injury claim
An accident is not something you plan for. It happens out of the blue: you’re having a normal day, going about your routine, focusing on the same things as usual, when something happens and puts everything into a different perspective. When you slip or trip and break an arm, it doesn’t matter anymore what you’ll be eating for dinner. When someone crashes their car into yours, everything you had to do that day goes in the background.
Accidents happen because of a lot of reasons and many times there’s nothing you can do about it, because it wasn’t your fault to begin with. However, for situations like these, when it’s not your fault, you shouldn’t have to pay. If you’ve suffered a physical or psychological injury out of someone else’s fault, you are entitled to claim for compensation.
How to make a Wales injury claim
A Wales injury claim is no different than any other. You can either file it yourself or work with a solicitor and benefit from all their experience. Accident Advice Helpline has been working in the area for many years, with a wide array of personal injury claims cases.
You can get free advice from AAH if you call 0800 689 0500. Calling does not oblige you in any way to continue with making the claim. You are welcome to clear any doubts you might have with our friendly advisors who are there for you 24/7.
Most solicitors, just like Accident Advice Helpline, work on a no win no fee basis. If the case is won and you get compensated, they also receive their fee. If not, then no.
Do I qualify to make a claim?
If you’re wondering whether you qualify to make a Wales injury claim, just try out our 30 second test. It will make the fastest assessment of your case, tell you if your claim has chances to be successful and it will also give you a rough estimate of the amount you could receive.
The most important things are that:
- the accident must have happened sometime in the past three years
- the accident must have been out of someone else’s fault
What is AAH?
Accident Advice Helpline is a law firm for personal injury compensation. Whilst we can’t guarantee neither the amount you will receive as compensation, nor the duration of the trial, we can assist you along the whole process of your Wales personal injury claim.
Our vast experience makes the difference because it enables us to spot details that are important for the processing of the case, but that might pass unnoticed in the eyes of someone not familiarised with the underlying mechanics of personal injury claims.
Telephone lines are open 24/7, so you can speak to an advisor when it suits you best. Have all your dates, names and addresses of people involved, including any witnesses, ready to hand when you call Accident Advice Helpline’s advisor.
Date Published: 30th May 2013
Author: David Brown