Personal injury claim – keeping an injury diary following a car accident

If you have been injured in a car accident that was not your fault, we can help you with the following:

If you have suffered an injury in the accident, then we may need to arrange for you to see a medical expert. If that's the case, we will make sure that this is at a location close to your home. But whether or not your injuries are apparent at the time of the car accident, you should seek medical advice as soon as possible to make sure that you are properly assessed and any medical needs you may have are taken care of.

Keeping a personal injury diary
It will help your personal injury claim if there are medical records of your injuries and any treatments you have received. We will also ask you to keep a diary to support your personal injury claim. This will detail the effect of your injuries on your daily activities, your physical symptoms and any treatment and medication you receive. We will ask you to continue this diary until your symptoms subside. For more information about keeping a personal injury diary please call us on 0800 78 38 846.

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Donít worry about the risk of pursuing a personal injury claim. We work on a no win, no fee service, which means that, in the case your claim is unsuccessful, you will not have to face paying legal fees. It means that you've got nothing to lose and everything to gain, when you make a claim with us.

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If you would like to speak to one of our claims advisors about the possibility of making a personal injury claim, call us now on 0800 78 38 846 or click here to contact us online.



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*Where replacement vehicle costs can be recovered from the insurance company of the person who caused the accident. Where this person is untraceable or uninsured, or where there is a dispute over liability, a replacement vehicle cannot be provided.