Why you should claim?
To recover all losses in the event that the accident is not your fault.
Why should you use Saviour Accident Management services?
You should ring us first on our freephone line for a personal one to one consultation for advice and to save you time and money throughout the whole process of the claim. This can include home visits if you require or you may visit us at our local office.
Do I have to pay anything upfront or a credit/loan agreement to fund my claim?
No, definitely not. We determine your needs and take the hassle out of organising all aspects of your claim.
What kind of claims do Saviour Accident Management deal with?
We deal with all non-fault (even if you are unsure that you may be partially to blame). Contact us first on our freephone number for impartial free advice on 0800 3280107.
Can I claim? Am I entitled to compensation?
- Road accident claims
- Uninsured vehicle/driver insurance claims (MIB)
- Work accident claims
- Slip, trip or fall claims
- Criminal injury claims
If you were involved in a road traffic accident which was not your fault then you are entitled to claim compensation for any losses that you have suffered, e.g. personal injury / rehabilitative treatment / loss of earnings / insurance excess / vehicle repairs / car hire, other out of pockets expenses.
How long will my case take?
Each case is different and varies with circumstances. Once liability has been established, your solicitor can offer you guidance as to when your claim is likely to be settled. On average we settle the majority of Road Traffic Accident claims within 6 to 18 months depending on the nature of the claim.
How much will I get?
You can rest assured that Saviour Accident Management will obtain maximum compensation on your behalf. We are happy to advise you on the amount of compensation you can expect to receive based on cases similar to your claim.
Can someone arrange a home visit?
Yes most definitely at your request.
What if the person is uninsured, has not been traced, or the vehicle responsible was stolen?
Provided you have reported the matter to the Police without delay you should still be able to obtain compensation from the Motor Insurers' Bureau.