Have you been injured in an accident that was not of your own doing? If so you have basic right to make compensation claims for your suffering. This can be very useful if you have been forced to take time off work and lose earnings as a result. Many thousands of injured people make personal injury claims for compensation every year, and if you have been injured you could be among them. There are some factors that have to be present in a successful case, so let’s have a look at who can claim and how to do so.
More about Compensation Claims
The one major factor that must be present in order to make successful compensation claims is negligence on the part of another; in other words, you must be able to prove that someone else was acting carelessly when they caused the accident in which you were injured. Negligence can be on a personal level or a professional one – it makes no difference as long it was part of the accident. To start your claim today or to find out more about claiming compensation, simply fill out the form above or give us a call for free on 0800 031 6098 and speak with one of our advisers.
Who Can Make Compensation Claims?
Anyone who has been injured and it was not their fault can make compensation claims, and you may be surprised to learn that many of the cases each year occur in the home. Faulty appliances, for example, are commonly cited as the cause of injuries in the home, while accidents at work are also commonplace. Perhaps the most prevalent of all claims are related to whiplash sustained in road accidents, and if you have suffered such an injury it is important to seek medical attention for a diagnosis.
How to Make Compensation Claims
The most common way to make compensation claims is to engage the services of a specialist with experience in claims cases. From medical negligence to whiplash claims, we’ll get you the payout you deserve on a no win no fee basis, along with maximum compensation and up to £1000 cash advance. To start your claim today or to find out more about claiming compensation, simply fill out the form above or give us a call for free on 0800 031 6098 and speak with one of our advisers.