No win no fee* in Wantage


Had a car accident?

If you have been involved in a car accident, or road traffic collision as they are commonly known, and been injured as a result then you might be entitled to make a no win no fee* Wantage claim.

If the accident was not your fault, and you sustained injuries as a result, then Accident Advice Helpline can help you make a no win no fee* Wantage claim against the person who was responsible for the accident.  This might be the driver of the vehicle you were travelling in if you were a passenger, or the driver of another vehicle. You might have been a pedestrian, or injured as a cyclist.

Regardless of the situation our expert no win no fee* Wantage solicitors will be on hand to help you every step of the way, and to ensure that you get the compensation you deserve.

How to start a no win no fee* Wantage claim

If you think you might be eligible to make a no win no fee* Wantage claim it is easy to get started.

Simply contact Accident Advice Helpline today and let us know some details regarding your case (or take our 30 second test).  We will then arrange for one of our expert no win no fee* Wantage solicitors to be assigned to your case.

They will get in touch with you and ask you for more specific details regarding your accident.  For example, they will want to know the contact details of all the people involved, including any witnesses who would be able to come forward and provide their version of the situation.

Your solicitor will also need to see any photographs of the scene, or in the absence of these any sketches that you have made to show who was where when the accident occurred.

You will need to provide your solicitor with access to your medical records as these will help demonstrate the injury you sustained as a direct result of the accident.  We can then see if the accident has made an existing condition worse, which can be taken into account when deciding on compensation amounts, or if it has created a new condition which is likely to have an impact on you later in life.

We will arrange for you to see an independent medical expert who will assess the injuries you have suffered, and speak to you about the impact this has had, and perhaps continues to have, on your day to day life now.  It is this report which is used most extensively when deciding how  much compensation you are likely to be awarded.

Time Limits

There are strict time limits imposed which state that legally you must initiate a no win no fee* Wantage claim within three years of the date of the accident.  This means it is vital you do not delay.

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