How To Claim
There are several simple steps you should take in order to improve the chances of a favourable result when we handle your compensation claim.
- You should have taken photos of the accident scene and obtained details of the third party.
- Alternatively, if the police have attended the scene they will usually have sourced this information for you.
- Some injuries, particularly soft tissues whiplash injuries, can take up to several days after the accident to fully develop. It is important to visit your GP after an accident to make sure the extent of the injuries have been fully verified by the doctor and there are no serious underlying injuries.
- Keep a record of all your costs and expenses that relate to your accident such as medical treatment, travel costs, prescriptions, and loss of earnings if you can’t attend work. All these costs can be recovered from the third party when we settle your claim.
- Let us know about the accident. Not only can we give you the best possible advice in the aftermath of any accident, we can help with replacement vehicles and car hire, medical appointments and rehabilitation and make sure you are fully compensated for all pain suffering and out of pocket expenses.
- However, it is also common to see broken bones, lacerations, bruising, internal organ trauma and head injuries.