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We are a non-profit marketing company who allocate your case to one of our carefully selected panel of solicitors who specialise in personal injury claims involving road traffic accidents, cycling accidents, slips and falls on a private property or public area and accidents at work. All our solicitors work on a no win, no fee basis, therefore if your claim is not successful you will not be liable for any fees. Click on the top left hand side tab for further information on the different types of claims we handle. If you are unsure which criteria your claim falls under or whether you are entitled to a claim for compensation, our expert solicitors are on hand to provide you with free legal advice so call us on 03333 44 33 78.
We understand that it can be daunting not knowing how to proceed with your claim, therefore we take the pressure away from you. Our expert solicitors will assist you every step of the way and will undertake all the work on your behalf.
As each accident differs from one another, we ensure your claim is considered on an individual basis. So if you have suffered an accident at work, been injured due to a slip, trip or fall, or have been involved in a road traffic accident, we are here to provide you with guidance on how to make a personal injury claim.
Step 1: Call us on 03333 44 33 78 or alternatively request a call back by completing your details on the top of the page
Step 2:During the call, we will take some brief details
Step 3: We will then select a solicitor from our panel of solicitors who specialise in the field
Step 4: The solicitor will contact you to let you know whether you are eligible to make a claim and they will go through the process
There are several reasons why you should not delay your personal injury claim. Below we have outlined why it is best to act fast after an incident has taken place.
With time it is likely that your recollection of the accident circumstances will grow less and less accurate. This is particularly true as the weeks turn into months after your accident. Even if the accident has had a profound impact on your life, over time small relevant points may be forgotten. For this reason, it is best to make a claim when the facts are still at the forefront of your mind.
As time goes by, all important witnesses to the incident will be harder to trace since there is the possibility that potentially vital witnesses could move or change phone numbers.
CCTV footage that may be available could be recorded over if you do not act quick enough and as CCTV footage is usually only held for around 28 days, you may lose crucial evidence. If CCTV footage is available, and you act sooner, your solicitor can take steps to ensure that footage is preserved.
If your claim is against your employer or a business, make sure you make a claim before they cease trading or are subject to insolvency procedures as it would be difficult to claim compensation if they are no longer operating.
If you are claiming for a personal injury caused by a slip or trip, the defect that caused your accident may be fixed or removed before you have a chance to claim. This will make it difficult to assess the hazardous nature of the defect. To help your case it is important to take pictures and videos at the time the incident had occurred.
Of course, even with the best intentions it is not always possible to act fast. If you do decide to wait before claiming it is important that you wait no more than three years. The time period of three years is important as it is the deadline to make a claim in most personal injury claims (although there are exceptions) after which, the claim is “time-barred”.