Are you suffering from a local injury that left you in pain, out of work or with damages to a vehicle?
If you answered yes to any of these – or even all three – then you would benefit from receiving compensation for your troubles.
As a result, it helps to know early on not only how much money you could receive, but also who pays for compensation in Hillingdon.
Who pays for compensation in Hillingdon?
We’ve been dealing with personal injury claims like yours for over 10 years now at Accident Advice Helpline, and we know that in many instances, the same concept applies when it comes to who pays for compensation in Hillingdon.
Ultimately, it is usually the insurance company a person, group of people or organisation pays into that gives you the money – not the person or organisation itself.
Here’s an example to help explain this.
Case study: Road collision
Imagine you are driving in your car when out of nowhere a van driver smashes into the back of your vehicle.
Your boot is damaged, your arm is fractured and you later find out you have whiplash in your neck, all of which leaves you out of work for a few months and out of pocket paying for repairs.
In most cases, the van driver would be covered by third party motorist insurance, as all drivers are legally required to be. In that case you would take their details and receive payment from their insurance company.
If for whatever reason they don’t have insurance, then you would turn to the Motor Insurance Bureau who will step in as if it were their insurer and cover the costs instead.
Now let’s get you some compensation
Now you know where the compensation will likely come from, let us help you secure it. Call us now on 0800 689 0500 or from mobiles on 0333 500 0993.
Date Published: 14th November 2015
Author: David Brown