Making a Claim
Have you suffered personal injury in an accident that was not your fault? If you have, you may be eligible to make a claim for compensation. In the UK, more than 3 million people suffer injuries in accidents every year. These accidents either take place at home, at work, at a public place, on the road and so on. In circumstances where a person has suffered injuries due to the negligence of someone else, he has the legal rights to make a compensation claim.
Making a claim can be quite complicated and for the claim to be successful, it is important to seek help from an experienced personal injury solicitor. Finding a good solicitor is probably the first step you need to take towards making a claim for compensation.
At Injuryclaims.co.uk, we work in partnership with solicitors who are experts in all areas of personal injury law. With their expertise and knowledge, they can help you make a successful claim and get the compensation that you are entitled to.
If you would like to find out more about making a claim, call free on 0800 678 1410 or enter your details into the online claim form.
Information You Need To Start A Claim
To establish the details of the claim, you will need to provide your solicitor with the following details and documents.
- details of the accident including time and place the accident took place
- contact details of the other party involved in the accident
- contact details of witnesses
- details of your injuries such as medical reports
- police statements
In order to make a successful, you solicitor may also need:
- proof of loss of earnings
- proof of other financial losses that had incurred as a result of the accident
- proof of other accidents that took place previously in similar circumstances
- insurance details
Information About Making A Claim
There are strict time limits in place for making a claim and for this reason it is important to seek legal advice from an expert solicitor as soon as possible.
The time it takes for a claim to be settled depends on various factors which includes the severity of the accident and your injuries, the amount of financial losses you have suffered and so on. It is not possible to tell exactly how long it may take for damages to be settled, but once your solicitors has the details of your claim, they may be able to estimate the length of time it may take.
It is also not possible to tell you exactly how much you may receive as compensation following a successful claim because the amount you receive depends on the various circumstances of the claim.
For a free assessment of your claim, call 0800 678 1410. An experienced legal adviser will be able to advise you on whether you may have a valid claim for compensation and answer any questions you may have about the process.