You can ask the Worthing ‘no win, no fee*’ lawyers to help you with any sort of injury claim – with some exceptions. There are some instances where the Worthing no win no fee* lawyers will not be able to help you are these are detailed here.
Cases that the Worthing ‘no win, no fee*’ lawyers cannot help – own fault accidents
If the accident in which you were hurt was your own fault then the Worthing no win no fee* lawyers will not be able to help you. So, for example, if it was your own reckless driving that caused a road traffic accident then you would not be able to start a personal injury claim. If you were reckless at work and got hurt even though you had the correct risk assessment, training and equipment then you would not be able to claim. The Worthing ‘no win, no fee*’ lawyers can only help people who have been hurt through no fault of their own. You can call Accident Advice Helpline whenever you want and discuss the merits of your own claim. The friendly, professional advisers will be able to give you more details and establishing liability for your case.
Cases that the Worthing ‘no win, no fee*’ lawyers cannot help – no injury
Personal injury claims are called personal injury claims for a reason – there has to be an injury. The injury has to be a genuine one. We all hear about bogus whiplash claims being on the increase but there really is no point in starting one of these. You need to have attended a medical professional for treatment if you want to start a personal injury claim – this ensures that only moderate and serious injuries can be claimed for. You are also going to need to attend a doctor to get a medical assessment report prepared on your injuries and the Worthing ‘no win, no fee*’ lawyers at Accident Advice Helpline will arrange this. All you have to do is provide an honest and accurate description of your injuries and how they are affecting your everyday life.
Cases that the Worthing ‘no win, no fee*’ lawyers cannot help – historical accident
You cannot call Accident Advice Helpline and ask them to start a personal injury claim for a car accident that happened 10 years ago. There is a legal limit of 3 years for personal injury claims in the UK although there are some exceptions for accidents involving children. If you are too close to the 3 year limit you may not be able to claim because there is insufficient time to get things sorted out. In practice it is always a good idea to get the claim started as soon after the accident as you can.
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