If you have been injured in an accident that was not your fault and your injuries needed medical attention, providing the accident happened no more than three years ago, you might be entitled to claim compensation from the guilty party.
The first thing most claimants want to know when considering a claim is how much are they going to get in compensation for their injuries.
It is impossible to give an accurate figure at the start of a personal injury claim because there are so many factors that can affect the final outcome. Such things as:
- The impact the injury has on your life
- The severity of your injury, and the prospect for your future recovery
- If you have had to lose time from work
- If you will ever be able to return to work
- Medical costs
- Travel cost to and from medical appointments
- Childcare costs
- Care costs
- Home adaptation costs
- Any other cost or loss related to the accident
Estimating compensation for you injuries
This works by comparing the data from previous awards made for injuries similar to yours. This particular compensation calculator will give you a reasonable and realistic estimate, but you must always remember that the figure could go up or down depending on your specific circumstances.
Do not delay with your personal injury claim
Once you have completed the 30-second test, if you are happy with the figure it has estimated for your injuries, it is time to start your claim, and there is no reason to delay this.
It seems to be that the sooner claims are made after an accident, the more chance of success they have, and the sooner you will receive your compensation. All you need do is gather together all the details and evidence of your accident and injuries, and contact Accident Advice Helpline.They will do the rest.
Making your claim simple
With all the years’ experience they have in making personal injury claims, they have been able to make the processes simple, quick and efficient. As specialists in this sector of the law, they have the expertise and knowledge to ensure that every aspect of your claim is examined to get you the maximum compensation for your situation.
Finding no money
They are so confident of the claims they accept that they are willing to take the financial risk of your claim being won. They will not want any money from you to start your claim, and if your claim should prove unsuccessful, they will still not want any money from you.
The no win no fee agreement has been allowed for personal injury claims since April 2000, and it is the only way that all victims, no matter what their financial circumstances are, can make a claim for compensation after they have been injured in an accident that was not their fault.