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15 October 2013 / company-announcements
National Accident Helpline has launched a new personal injury claim calculator that provides online consumers more information about how much compensation they could be entitled to. The new and industry leading interactive calculator gives would-be claimants useful and accurate information when researching the amount that could be owed to them before they decide to make a claim.
Using the official Judicial College Guidelines, the new calculator helps consumers calculate their compensation more accurately by providing useful information on defining the injury type, and also for the first time gives people the ability to input the various financial losses suffered due to their accident through a simple and easy interface. Once all the details have been inputted, the user can see an approximate final amount based on the information provided.
Most personal injury claims calculators only focus on the injury itself and do not inform or provide consumers the full potential loss of an accident and resulting potential compensation they are entitled to. National Accident Helpline's injury claims calculator allows people to define the injury, input loss of earnings, transport and medical costs incurred, helping people work out more accurately both the impact there injury has had on their standard of life and the true level of justice they are entitled to.
Beth Powell, marketing director at National Accident Helpline, said:
“When people have an accident they incur costs that they never thought they would. In most cases, some people may not be able to work due to their injuries which lead to loss of earnings as well as paying for medical bills. All these things cost money and that’s why we've created this unique injury claim calculator. It's a great tool that helps would-be claimants make educated decisions when they are thinking about making a claim.”
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