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What are Accident Claims?

A UK accident claim can be only made when someone else is the cause of the accident and it was due to their negligence that it occurred. This is what separates a general accident to one which is due to the negligence of others. A typical accident which involves someone else being negligent is a car crash.

The most common places where an accident would occur due to someone else’s negligence are:

Work Accident Claims

Making a work injury claim is simple as all our personal injury claims are processed under the no win no fee * policy. The policy requires us to provide proof that the accident was due to someone else’s negligence. The amount of injury is also a vital factor when making a claim as this will state how much compensation you will receive.

Things to do after an accident at work:

  • Make sure the accident is reported and logged into the accident book.
  • Get eye witness statements.
  • Take photos of the scene where the negligence occurred.
  • Visit the doctor or hospital straight after the incident.
  • Keep all receipts for medical bills, travel expenses etc.

Car accidents

Much of the evidence for this is already gathered at the scene of the accident and with whiplash being the most common type of car injury it would be a straight forward claim.

Evidence needed to be gathered after a car accident:

  • Get as much information as possible from the third party their car details, name, address, insurance number etc.
  • Eye witness statements.
  • If police attended the scene then take their name and number down which will come in use when chasing the police report.
  • Get yourself checked by your doctor or at the hospital.
  • Call our advisors straight away and start your claim (the injuries must be present for at least four weeks before the claim can be processed).

Public Liability – Trips and Slips

Making accident claims for personal injury when you have tripped over a broken piece of pavement is simple as long as all the right evidence is presented.

  • The defect must be 1 inch or more in depth.
  • You must provide good quality photographs showing the depth and the location.
  • When taking the photographs place a measuring tool (ruler or tape measure) next to the defect to indicate depth.
  • Make sure you visit your doctor and get your injuries seen to.

Only after this can you report the defect to the local authorities. (They are obligated to do regular checks, if the defect had been pointed out previously and was not repaired within a certain time period then they are automatically responsible.)

Starting the claims process

A very simple process when claiming through us, all our personal injury claims are processed under our no win no fee * scheme which ensures that you do not pay any fees regardless of winning or losing the case.

Starting the claims process is quick and simple, all you need to do is call our personal injury advisors and find out within minutes if you can claim thousands in compensation. Our claims advisors will give you an instant answer over the phone and answer any questions you may have regarding our services. All advice and claims services are totally free and we guarantee that you will keep 100% of the compensation rewarded to you for your injuries.

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