If you’ve sustained a whiplash injury in Chatham and the fault was that of a third party, you will (in all likelihood) be able to claim compensation for that injury. The amount of compensation that might be awarded will depend on several variables, and it’s these variables we intend to take a look at within the context of this short article. But before we go any further, let’s just take a quick look at the easiest way of establishing the basic amount of compensation that you could be due.
The AAH HOW MUCH calculator
Here at Accident Advice Helpline we have what we call our ‘HOW MUCH’ calculator, which has been designed to give any injury victim (including the victim of a whiplash injury) a basic idea of the amount of compensation he/she could be awarded. The calculator is located on the homepage of our website and is available for anyone to use for free.
How to take the 30 second test
All you have to do is to select the answers to 4 simple questions relating to the incident/injury you are thinking of claiming against from the drop-down boxes provided, and the interactive calculator will compare the information you’ve provided against the information held in its database, and within 30 seconds it will verify that your claim is valid in principle, and it will then give you an estimate as to its potential value. It’s what we call the 30 second test.
Getting a final validation of your claim for a whiplash injury in Chatham
In terms of validating your potential claim for a whiplash injury in Chatham, (or in any other city, town or village here in the UK0, the final check can only be done once you’ve completed the application form. But as long as the accident was someone else’s fault; that it happened within the past three years; that the injury is reasonably serious or debilitating, and that you’ve got medical proof, the rest should be only a formality.
Calculating the final and full amount of compensation you could be due
The estimate that our calculator gives you will only be a basic one; after all it is basing the figure on just 4 pieces of information. There may be other things to take into consideration, such as whether or not you have incurred, or are still incurring any addition costs; say for example in relation to having to travel somewhere to receive special physiotherapy; or whether you might have had to take time off work for which you did not get paid. All of these extra details can only be taken into consideration once you begin to make out a full personal injury claim application form, which you can do online, at our website.
When you use AAH’s services you benefit from:
- Our industry leading no win no fee service (endorsed by Esther Rantzen)
- Our HOW MUCH calculator
- Our unsurpassed customer support service
- Our free 24/7 helpline – call 0800 180 4123 from landlines or 0333 500 0992 from mobiles.
Date Published: 4th May 2014