The Compensation group have put together some great advice for making a successful accident claim; now you can find out all you need to know about making a successful personal injury claim in a matter of minutes.
Tip 1: Act fast. Claim quickly.
It can be very important to make sure begin your claim as quickly as possible following an accident for a number of reasons.
Firstly there are time limits for certain types of accident claims. And you wouldn’t want to miss out on your compensation that you might be due because you took too long to claim would you?
Usually personal injury claims must be made within three years from the date of the accident (or date that you knew your injury related to the accident). If this time passes before you claim then the case may be ‘time-barred’ or ‘statute barred’. This means that regardless of fault, evidence or injury you will not be able to make your personal injury claim.
Secondly, making your personal injury claim quickly is important because the information about the events of the incident will still be fresh in your mind and the mind(s) of any witnesses. This can be vital in ensuring a successful personal injury claim.
Finally, the faster you claim, the faster the issue will be resolved and the faster you can get on with your life. So, if you’re involved in an accident that’s not your fault, don waste time, make your claim today!
Tip 2: Collect any evidence.
Collecting proof of any accident you’re involved in can be hugely important.
If you want to increase your chances of making a successful personal injury claim then you should remember that good evidence could make the difference between a successful claim and an unsuccessful claim.
It’s important that you give our expert accident injury solicitors as much information as you can. This can impact on the amount of compensation that you could receive. If you can comprehensively prove how much you’ve suffered mentally, physically or financially as a result of your injury then you could receive substantially more compensation. Never forget to collect evidence!
Good examples of evidence could include:
Also make sure you:
Don’t forget, if you want to make an accident claim then always collect as much evidence as possible.
Tip 3: Keep a personal injury diary.
Keeping a diary can be an invaluable tool in keeping all your evidence organised and keeping track of your treatment and recovery process. All these factors can greatly effect the outcome of your personal injury claim.
In your personal injury diary you should record the events that lead up to your accident and any events that followed in the weeks and months after, including:
Keeping a detailed diary can help substantiate your case and ensure that you receive the right compensation for your injury(s).
Tip 4: Don’t hesitate to make a claim
Even if you’re unsure whether or not you could be eligible to make a claim you should contact us.
Even if you were partly responsible for the accident or you don’t think that you’ll be able to claim for whatever reason, you should speak to an expert before you decide to discard any potential accident claim. Our expert accident injury solicitors are here to help you, so check with our expert advisors and find out if you’re entitled to claim.
Tip 5: Contact the compensation group
To ensure a successful claim you need to contact a trustworthy, expert and friendly company to handle your claim and The Compensation Group could be perfect for you. We’ve got years of experience and expertise in compensation claims and can provide you with the ideal accident claim solicitor to suit your needs. (Often one that’s based in your local area too!)
We offer a No Win No Fee service, which means that should your claim be unsuccessful you won’t need to pay us a penny! We can also help you get back on your feet by helping to arrange rehabilitation and treatment for your injuries, so if you’re looking for a complete and professional service contact us today.
Visit www.thecompensationgroup.co.uk or call 0800 085 4935 to talk to us about making a No Win No Fee claim.
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