Adam01Hi, I’m Adam Cresswell. I am an Accident Compensation Claim Legal Specialist. 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.

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This can include a road traffic accident, accident at work, trip or slip or a criminal injury. However your accident has occurred, if you think it was not your fault and you have suffered injuries then you may be able to make an accident claim.


If the accident was your own fault then you usually cannot make an accident claim. However, if it was the fault of somebody else then you probably can make an accident claim.


Usually you have to have suffered injuries that have lasted for at least 4 – 6 weeks for them to be serious enough to make an accident claim. If you have recovered within 4 weeks then you might still be able to make an accident claim in the Small Claims Court.


If you have suffered injuries and financial losses as a result of an accident that was not your fault then you can probably make an accident claim. If you have mainly only financial losses and only very minor injuries then unless your financial losses exceed £5,000 then you may have to make an accident claim in the Small Claims court.


Accident claim compensation consists of 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
  • Painkillers/prescriptions


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