Hi, Iâm Adam Cresswell. I am an Accident Compensation Claim Legal Specialist.Â If you have had an accident then please call me to have a Free No Obligation Chat. I work on a No Win No Fee Basis so it will not cost you a penny to make a claim. I will work hard and fight for you to make sure that your claim is successful and see that you get the maximum amount of compensation that you are entitled to.
Please call me to have a free, no obligation chat about any Accident Claims on 0800 3 10 11 12 or contact us.
Usually you have had an accident and suffered minor injuries that have lasted for at least 4 – 6 weeks for them to be serious enough to claim. If you think your injuries are likely to last more than 4 weeks then we can help you make an accident claim.
If however you have recovered from your injuries within 4 – 6 weeks then we might not be able to fully represent you but you might still be able to make an accident claim in the Small Claims Court yourself. You can do this by downloading and using our SMALL CLAIMS COURT GUIDE.
CAN I MAKE A COMPENSATION CLAIM?
If you have had an accident and suffered minor injuries then don’t despair. You might still be able to make an accident claim in the Small Claims Court. You can do this by using our SMALL CLAIMS COURT GUIDE. Please click on the link for more information.
WHAT’S CLASSED AS MINOR INJURIES?
Having an accident and suffered minor injuries can be described as injuries that you will be completely healed from within weeks.
Injuries of this kind that can be caused by a personal injury accident include:
- Broken/fractured bones
- Bite wounds
- Food poisoning
- Slips, trips or falls
Although these types of minor injuries are not serious and you make a full recovery from, they can still seriously effect your life your life and leave you out pocket in respect of financial losses suffered. These sort of injuries are an inconvenience and can adversely affect our lives.
DO I HAVE TO PROVE WHO IS TO BLAME?
If the accident and suffered minor injuries was your own fault then you usually cannot make a claim.
However, some accidents can be prevented and someone else may be to blame. We can advise you if you can make a successful accident claim.
If it was the fault of somebody else then you probably can.
WHAT CAN I CLAIM FOR?
If you have had an accident and suffered minor injuries and financial losses as a result of an accident that was not your fault then you can probably make an accident claim. These sort of losses could include the following:
- General Damages of injuries, pain and suffering.
- Out of pocket expenses
- Loss of wages
- Future loss of earnings
- Loss of personal effects
- Travel expenses
- Care costs
HOW WE CAN HELP YOU
We offer the following:
NO WIN NO FEES AND NO DEDUCTIONS -Â We offer genuine “No Fees Ever” arrangements. You will never pay a penny for your accident claim – win or lose – guaranteed!
GENUINE ACCIDENT CLAIM SPECIALIST SOLICITORS -Â We are a genuine firm of Accident Claim Specialist Solicitors, not some middleman claims company that you see loads of on the TV or the Internet. We have been helped thousands of people succeed with their accident claim for nearly 30 years. We are a real firm of solicitors with real people. We are members of the Solicitors Regulatory Authority Personal Injury Panel which is only open to solicitors who can demonstrate high levels of experience and expertise in dealing with accident claim.
WE CARE AND FIGHT FOR YOU -Â We are the good guys and offer a friendly, approachable and fast accident claim service. We use plain english and not legal jargon. We will fight for you and do everything we reasonably can to make sure your claim is successful and that you receive maximum compensation.
DISTANCE NO PROBLEM -Â We act for clients across the UK. We will regularly keep you informed of the progress being made with your claim. We love talk to you either on the phone but particularly face to face on Skype .
Call now for a free no obligation chat on 0800 3 10 11 12. Try us – We’d love to hear from you.
YOU MAY ALSO NEED TO THINK ABOUT
If you have had an accident claim then you might require the following:
WELFARE BENEFITS ADVICE -Â If you have any time off work as a result of your accident and are not being paid your wages in full then you might be able to make a claim for welfare benefits.
FINANCIAL ADVICE -Â To help you sensibly invest and look after some of your accident claim. We can recommend to you a decent Independent Financial Adviser to help advise and look after you. Please call us free on 0800 3 10 11 12.
DO YOU NEED A COURT LAWYER? -Â If you have been handling your accident claim yourself (not recommended) and might require the help of a court lawyer to help you deal with any court hearing.
WILL MAKING AN ACCIDENT CLAIM COST ME ANYTHING?
No. We work on a “No Win No Fee” arrangement and also you keep 100% of your compensation with no deductions ever arrangement.
HOW LONG WILL AN ACCIDENT CLAIM TAKE?
This can be difficult to estimate and depends on the type of accident claim you make, what the accident circumstances are, what sort of injuries you have suffered. Generally it can take between 6 -12 months for most accident claim and up to 2 years if the accident claim is difficult or contested.
HOW MUCH COMPENSATION WILL I RECEIVE?
This depends on the type of injuries that you have received. Call us and we will give you a rough idea of what your accident claim might be worth.
WILL I HAVE TO GO TO COURT?
Probably not. Only around 2% of cases actually end up in a court appearance. The vast majority are settled by negotiations without the court getting involved.
Call us FREE on 0800 3 10 11 12 and find out how to solve your legal problem. Talk to one of our legal experts free today. We provide a FREE 15 minute initial chat to help you:-
- Identify the legal issues in your case
- Identify the evidence needed to assist
- Identify the procedure and what you need to do
- Identify any documents you may need in your case
We at Law for Life have created a number of straight-talking, simple guides to help you tackle your own legal problems. Our guides are provided for information purposes only and the content contained within does not constitute full legal advice specific to your particular circumstances.
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