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“A staggering £10billion is paid out in compensation claims every year, says the Institute of Actuaries.”

The Sun Newspaper


“Compensation is a good word, imbued with justice. Those who lose money or health through another’s crime have moral rights.”

The Times Newspaper


"As society changes, rules and regulations need to compensate that" - Martine Wright, London bomb victim

ITV News


“If you have a genuine claim – where someone else is to blame – you should be able to get compensation from those at fault. This is only fair. The victim or the tax payer shouldn’t have to pay out where someone else is to blame. But there is not always someone to blame. Genuine accidents do happen.”

Lord Falconer - BBC News


Personal Injury Compensation Specialists - Frequently Asked Questions


How much compensation will I be entitled to?
I've had an accident but I'm not sure if I have a claim?
What are the risks involved for me?
Do I need to visit a doctor or go to a hospital?
Is there any travelling involved?
When will I receive my compensation?
How do I make a claim?
How much do I need to make a claim?
What if I lose my case?
Why should I use Maximum Compensation?
How long after have I got to make a claim?
I don't feel like putting in claim now, but will do later as I have 3 years?
What is an acknowledgement date?

 

How much compensation will I be entitled to?

Compensation awards are dependable on various factors, such as circumstances and injury type. It also includes psychological effects. Payouts could be escalated to £250,000. Take a look at 'Compensation Awards' for guidance. Remember these are guidelines not the exact payment and varies from case to case. Guideline for Compensation Awards

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I've had an accident but I'm not sure if I have a claim?

If you are unsure, then what we'll do is take some details from you (fill the form in) and shall have it assessed for you for FREE and let you know of the outcome.

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What are the risks involved for me?

As we are handling your claim from start to finish, we take care of all the fees and bills. You worry about nothing as we do the professional work for YOU to win.

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Do I need to visit a doctor or go to a hospital?

A medical record is required in order for a claim to pursue. The claimant must see or has seen a doctor or a hospital doctor, as it would prove the sustained injuries from a medical background. There needs to be some form of medical evidence of the injuries and a visit to a doctor as soon as possible after the accident would prove the extent of them. We will arrange for the claimant to attend a specialist doctor in accident injuries, at a later stage for a full thorough examination in order to assess the injuries and possible outline of compensation.

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Is there any travelling involved?

Yes, you need to be examined for a medical by a doctor to show your conditions of injury. If you paid for transportation, keep the bill, this is also recoverable. We shall arrange a consultant within your area to make it easy for you to access.

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When will I receive my compensation?

Some cases last a couple of months and others take up to a year. We don't want our clients to wait too long and we want the client to be satisfied early as possible. Normal period are between 6 - 9 months, as this all depends on circumstances. Majority of time is spent in writing and replying to letters. We ensure we reply to all your correspondence as quickly as possible. Nevertheless the 3rd party, may take their time in replying. The best record we achieved so far was just under 4 months compared to the original 9 months.

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How do I make a claim?

We do ALL the work for YOU. The amount of work you will ever do is, giving us some details NOW and the rest is ALL taken care of.

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How much do I need to make a claim?

There are many firms that will ask for a fee upfront or an amount you will not be able to pay. You don't pay a penny now or later. No catches and No small print.

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What if I lose my case?

If you ever lose your case, you will not pay a penny, if you win you still don't pay.

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Why should I use Maximum Compensation?

We pride ourselves to thrive on helping the client, peace of mind with honest dealings. Making a claim through us couldn't be more safe or simpler. We have highly trained professionals who are most helpful, discreet and sympathetic. We understand the after effects of an injury and we thrive to take all the stress and worries away to gain your entitlement, hassle free.

If you are injured from the result of someone else's negligence, you should be compensated. We provide help to justice!

We DO NOT pressurise, canvass or irritate people in order to attain their claim as many people may have encountered. We act upon your instructions.

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How long after have I got to make a claim?

You have a time limit of 3 years within which you can make a claim from the date of the accident. Also if an accident occurred when you were 13, you have up to your 21st birthday to make a claim. Therefore after the age of 18, you have another 3 years in order to make a claim.

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I don't feel like putting in claim now, but will do later as I have 3 years?

We understand that you have 3 years for making a claim, but you could be paid much lower than what you are entitled to. What this mean is, if you claim now all your injuries, medicals and out of pocket expenses will be easily remembered and judged. A medical specialist will assessment your injuries that have occurred and the likely durations. Since they can make judgement accurately of your injuries duration and future effects, you will get a better report, thus a better payout. Now if you claim later like 1 year or 2, your injuries would have passed on. You still will need to see a medical specialist, and you are not going to get a good result and most of your injuries have faded. As you would need evidence to show the effect of the injuries and that means regular visits to the GP as I'm sure you don't have time for that. That's why the earlier you make a claim, the better position you are for a good payout.

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What is an acknowledgement date?

This is where the injury has been realised. You are suffering form an injury and you don't seem to know what it really is. 2 years go by and now you show it to a doctor. The doctor proclaims that the injury was due to inhalation of fumes at work. From that date forward, you have 3 years to claim.

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