We’re available to help you make your compensation claim during the Coronavirus ‘lockdown’ period.

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You can still start your claim for compensation despite the Coronavirus restrictions

The current restrictions placed on normal day-to-day life in the UK by the Government are having an impact on almost all areas of society.  With schools being closed, many people working from home and social activities cancelled, many people have their minds occupied with worry and concern, but it is still possible to start a claim for personal injury compensation with Direct2Compensation.

Working safely and observing restrictions

At Direct2Compensation, we take the health and safety of our staff, clients and agents as a priority.  After careful consideration of our options, we are pleased to confirm that we are able to remain fully open for business, with our staff working remotely from home, but able to access all client information securely and without risk of passing on infection or illness.  We can answer any call to our usual number of 01225430285 and offer you the advice, guidance and support you need in understanding your rights after an accident and whether or not you can make a claim for personal injury compensation.  We’re also able to respond to any request you make from our website for us to contact you at a time that suits you.

Our specialist Solicitors are also working in the same manner, so you can still get qualified specialist advice from genuine personal injury experts and continue to pursue your legal right for compensation at this difficult time.

Who can make a claim for compensation?

Personal Injury law in the United Kingdom affords any person the opportunity to pursue a claim for personal injury compensation if they believe that their injuries can be attributed to the negligence or fault of another party.  Whether that be an employer who has acted negligently, a road traffic collision, a trip or fall in a public place or a slipping accident (or almost any other accident scenario), you may be able to make a claim.  Any person aged over 18 years, must make their claim within 3 years of the date of their accident and there are other criteria to meet to be able to proceed.  Our dedicated and specialist staff can help you to identify whether or not you can pursue a claim for compensation, so please do call us or if you prefer, you can email our team via justice@direct2compensation.co.uk or use our ‘start a claim‘ service.

At Direct2Compensation we understand that life after an accident can be difficult and stressful.  With this in mind, we felt an obligation to remain available to help you start your claim for compensation even at this time of great upheaval for us all.

Our specialist Solicitors will ensure that your legal rights are upheld and that any successful claimant is appropriately compensated for their injuries and that any lost income or other associated incurred costs are recovered in full.

Call us or contact us today to get the help and support you need.

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