When it comes to personal injury claims, our expert team at Accident Advice Helpline know the ins and outs of the whole process.
This includes everything, from whether you’re eligible to claim and how to go about it to where to secure it, and – if you’ve been injured locally – who pays for compensation in Hawarden.
Who pays for compensation in Hawarden?
This factor is something that can confuse people who are looking into the possibility of claiming for their accident, and it is perfectly understandable.
Many of us wouldn’t want to force another person to pay up a significant sum of money, even if they were the ones to blame for our injuries. Many don’t want to cost their employer money if they’ve otherwise been good to them, or to take taxpayer’s money from a council that provides services to their neighbours.
If this sounds like you, then don’t worry – it’s often not these people or organisations who pay for compensation in Hawarden.
Covered by insurance
Whether it’s a person, public authority or employer who is at fault for your injury or accident, they are most likely to be covered by an insurance company.
This is because in many areas of life, people are legally required to have insurance in order to partake in certain activities. For instance, you need third party insurance to legally drive on the road, whereas an employer must take out employer’s liability insurance for their workers.
As such, the majority of the time you claim successfully, it will be an insurance company paying your compensation – not the person or organisation who was to blame.
With this thought in mind, if you’d like us to look into your claim feel free to get in touch at 0800 689 0500, or from mobiles on 0333 500 0993.
Date Published: 9th November 2015
Author: David Brown