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UK Car Injury Claim Help Team

Car accident injuries can be severe and life-changing. You deserve fair compensation for your medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering. The Claim Help Team can help you navigate the complexities of a UK car injury claim after an accident.

Our team comprises a group of compassionate injury lawyers who work diligently to ensure that accident victims receive the right compensation for injuries and loss. This way, one can focus on healing and getting back to normal as quickly as possible.

We offer a free, no-obligation initial consultation in a comfortable, private setting to discuss your rights and legal options. Call 0800 710 1010 or fill our online claim form to get started.

Our Car Injury Claim Service Features

Our Car Injury Claim Service Features

  • Free initial consultation – Our car injury claim team will come to you anywhere in the UK!

  • No win, no fee guarantee – We only take a small percentage of your compensation as our fee if we win.

  • No medical or legal fees – All our services are accessible and we do not require a retainer fee.

  • We take all cases on contingency – You will owe us nothing until we win and receive your settlement check.

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Do I Need a Personal Injury Lawyer?

Do I Need a Personal Injury Lawyer?

When you're injured in a car accident, it's essential to get the right help immediately. Being proactive and taking steps towards making a claim can ensure that:

  • You receive fair compensation for your injuries and losses
  • Your medical and legal fees are paid by the party responsible for your injury
  • You have peace of mind knowing there is someone on your side.

Contact the Car Injury Claim Help Team today and we will make sure your future is secure after an accident. You deserve to feel safe again, and we're here to help!


Who Is Responsible for a Vehicle Accident Injury Claim?

In a car accident, multiple parties may be held legally responsible for your injuries. Some of these parties include:

  • The driver who caused the car accident
  • The at-fault driver's insurance company
  • Your insurance company if you are found to be partially responsible for the crash.
  • The manufacturer of a defective vehicle – If you are injured in a car accident caused by a defective vehicle, the manufacturer may be held liable for your injuries.
  • Relevant authorities – The government or a private entity may be responsible for your injuries if you're injured due to road hazards.

No matter who is at fault in a car accident, we can help determine what steps to take and proceed with your case accordingly. We will work hard to get you the compensation that you deserve!

Common Car Accident Injuries

Common Car Accident Injuries

Car accidents are not limited to broken bones or whiplash. The types of injuries sustained in car accidents vary widely, ranging from mild to severe and catastrophic. Some include, but are not limited to:

  • Whiplash
  • Spinal fractures and damage
  • Head and Traumatic brain injury (TBI) and concussion
  • Internal organ damage
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  • Chronic pains
  • Scrapes and Cuts
  • Broken ribs
  • Internal bleeding
  • Knee Trauma
  • Herniated Disc

Regardless of the type or severity of your injuries, you deserve compensation to make sure that you are well compensated for medical expenses and pain and suffering. The insurance company may want to limit how much it pays out by stating that you're at fault in the accident, but having an experienced personal injury lawyer on your side can help fight this.

How to Make a Car Injury Claim?

How to Make a Car Injury Claim?

Car accident claims can be complicated and time-consuming. These types of personal injury claims may take months or even years before a settlement is reached. Here are the steps we usually follow when we represent clients in car injury claims:

  • Gathering evidence and information: We will gather all relevant information related to your injuries, medical treatment, lost wages, insurance information, vehicle inspection, police report, etc.
  • Drafting a demand letter: A demand letter is an initial communication with the at-fault party's insurance representatives. We will inform them of your injury claims and ask for compensation in return. The demand letter will detail the extent of your injuries, your medical treatment to date, and any lost income that you have suffered.
  • Negotiation: The negotiations may take weeks or months until a settlement agreement is reached, depending on how quickly the insurance company responds.
  • Final settlement: After reaching an agreement with the relevant insurance company, we will contact you to discuss the settlement and review your legal rights if you are unsatisfied with the negotiated amount.
  • Mediation: Many personal injury claims are settled through mediation, where both parties agree to settle outside of court in exchange for a faster settlement process. If the negotiation fails, you may decide to file a car injury claim in court.
  • Court: If your insurance company is not willing to settle your case outside of court, we will file a personal injury lawsuit against the at-fault party and his/her insurance company. We will work hard to gather evidence that can help prove that your injuries resulted from the accident.
  • Trial: If both parties are unwilling to settle out of court, your case may be heard before a jury to determine who was at fault in the car accident, how much should be paid in compensation, and other legal matters related to your injury claim. Our experienced personal injury attorneys will provide you with the best legal help to win your case.

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You can be compensated for any economic and non-economic damages resulting from a personal injury in a car accident claim. Here are a few examples of types of claims:

  • Economic: Economic damages are losses that can be quantified in terms of money, such as medical bills or lost wages.
  • Non-economic: Non-economic damages are more subjective claims based on the injury's impact on your life, such as pain and suffering, anxiety, etc.

The following are the most common types of car accident claims:

Medical payment

This type of claim covers all medical expenses related to your injuries. You can get compensation for emergency treatment, rehabilitation costs, surgical procedures, current and future hospital bills and any medication you have to pay for.

Property damage

If your car is damaged due to an accident, the at-fault party's insurance company may be responsible for it.

Lost wages or income

You can claim lost wages if you cannot return to work after the accident due to injuries that don't allow you to do some of your normal activities.

Loss of consortium

This type of claim is for a spouse or companion if you suffer a loss of support, services and companionship as the result of the accident.

Pain and Suffering

The at-fault party may be held responsible for any physical and emotional pain and suffering you experienced as the result of your injuries.

Wrongful death

If a loved one dies as a result of someone else's negligence, their family members can file a wrongful death claim against the at-fault party or his/her insurance company to receive compensation.

Your injury claims may be worth far more than what you were initially offered by the at fault party's insurance company. If your injuries don't heal as expected, your temporary disability, lost wages and other financial losses can add up quickly. Our experienced attorneys will talk with you about your case and give you a realistic idea of how much compensation you could be entitled to in your car accident case.

Car Insurance Settlement for Personal Injury Claims

Car Insurance Settlement for Personal Injury Claims

Once you have all the evidence and information to prove your car accident claim, you can request a settlement from the at-fault party's insurance company. The type of car injury claims that may entitle you to receive compensation include:

  • First party no-fault benefits: You are entitled to receive compensation from your insurer for medical bills and lost wages if the accident was the other party's fault.
  • Third-party liability: This type of car injury claim is when you were injured as a result of an accident with another vehicle or an object, such as a pothole or road debris. The at-fault party is required to have car insurance for this type of claim. To receive compensation, you must provide documentation that the other party was at fault due to their negligence or reckless driving.
  • Uninsured motorist coverage: This coverage protects you and your family if you are involved in an accident with an uninsured driver (usually due to not having car insurance). If the at-fault party does not have car insurance, your uninsured motorist coverage will pay for your medical expenses, lost wages and other economic damages. You may also receive compensation for non-economic damages if you were unable to do certain activities due to your injuries.
  • Underinsured motorist coverage: This type of coverage protects you and your family if the at-fault party does not have enough insurance to cover all expenses caused by their negligent or reckless driving. For example, you may be entitled to receive compensation for medical bills and lost wages after a car accident if they only have £10,000 in car insurance, but your medical bills are much more than that. Underinsured motorist coverage will pay the difference between the amount of money they have and your expenses.
How Long Does A Car Injury Claim Take

What is the Time Limit for Car Injury Claims?

If you or a loved one were the victims of an accident, it's essential to contact a car injury lawyer as soon as possible. After your injuries settle down and your health returns to normal, it may be too late to get compensated for medical bills and damages.

The general time limit in England is 3 years from the date of the incident, but this timeframe can be easily extended if you have a good reason for filing the claim after 3 years.

No Win No Fee

We're Waiting to Help – No Win No Fee

At The Claim Help Team, we offer no win, no fee car injury claims. This means that if we aren't able to receive compensation on your behalf, you don't have to pay any legal fees. We are also open to negotiation on our initial offer, which you can agree to no obligation to continue the claim.

If you want to access our injury claim calculator, get more information about personal injury claims or to speak with a car injury lawyer, give us a call on 0800 710 1010 or fill our online claim form.

We're looking forward to hearing from you!

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This range of compensation covers the amputation of both complete arms, the amputation of a single arm, or whether an arm is amputated partially or completely. Future restrictions will also be considered. (This figure doesn't take into account special damages).
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Whether your health care professional was at fault for an incorrect or delayed diagnosis, surgical error, or medication mistake, we can fight for the financial recompense that will enable you to pay your bills and begin the process of recovery. We will help you understand your case and advise whether it is best suited for a lawsuit or an out-of-court resolution.

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Workplace Injury Claims

If you have been injured at work due to someone else's negligence, you may be able to receive compensation for your injuries, lost wages, and ongoing disability. We have helped hundreds of workplace injury victims recover the financial compensation they need to pay their bills and achieve some sense of closure. Leave it to us to take care of all the details – we will deal with the insurance company and ensure that your claim is handled quickly and efficiently so you can rest easy.

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Have you been physically or psychologically injured due to somebody else's negligent behaviour? We can help ensure that your claim is handled quickly and efficiently so you can recover the financial compensation you need to move on. It doesn't matter if it was a car crash, slip and fall, sexual assault, or other personal injuries – we will fight for you to get the justice you deserve.

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