An accident can cause negative physical, emotional and financial consequences for you. If another party is liable for the accident, you are entitled to a financial compensation. You probably do not have the proper knowledge yourself, to indicate whether the counter party is liable and what damages need to be reimbursed. When the accident has happened in the Netherlands, the Dutch law is applicable. Therefore, it is advisable to contact an organization that is specialized in bodily injuries which knows all the necessary Dutch laws and regulations in order to achieve a fair financial compensation for you.
Sincerus Letselschade would be happy to help you with this and works completely free of charge!
We distinguish ourselves from other bodily injury firms by our expertise and our proactive approach. Furthermore, the founders of our firm have had an accident involving a bodily injury themselves. This allows us to empathize with your situation in order to adapt our service to meet your needs. Read here more about us >>
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The liable party should reimburse the suffered damage and the damage you are still suffering from. The total compensation consists of several factors, such as:
Our bodily injury specialists can give you an indication of the amount of your compensation. This is completely free of charge!
Call 085-760 60 13 for a free consultancy or complete the contact form on this page and let us calculate where you are entitled to!
It is important that you realize that the insurer, who needs to provide you with a financial compensation, represents the interest of the counterparty. The insurance company is not on your side! During the claim-settlement process, discussions may arise concerning the severity of your injury and the extend of your injury. The following tips can reduce long discussions:
Tip 1: In case of pain symptoms, directly go to your general practitioner or doctor
Do not underestimate pain symptoms that have occurred after an accident. Not going to your general practitioner or doctor can cause unpleasant discussions. Especially when it comes to symptoms that are medically hard to detect. E.g. in case of a whiplash, the personal liability insurance has a guideline that typical symptoms as headaches and neck pain directly need to be present. In case these symptoms are not directly present after the accident, some insurers claim that a whiplash is out of the question. In other words, when you visit your general practitioner or doctor 2 months after the accident with complaints about headaches and neck pain, you will know for sure the insurer will come up with unpleasant discussions.
Tip 2: Keep track of your damage from the initial phase
The costs you make, need to be reimbursed by the liable party. Due to our own experience we know that prepayments are easier to obtain when this request goes along with invoices and / or receipts of costs you have already made. Moreover, also travel costs to the hospital, costs of childcare and costs of assistance in the house holding is advisable to inventory from the initial phase.
The first step in the claim settlement process is the collection of the available information. This starts with an exploratory conversation with you as a client. On the basis of the obtained information, a direction of your case will be determined. Afterwards, the bodily injury specialist will request for your medical information and the counterparty (or its insurer) will be held liable for your injury.
It is impossible to specify in advance how long a claim settlement process will take. This depends on several factors such as, reaching the final medical condition and the attitude of the counterparty towards your case. Obviously you do not have to wait for a financial compensation till the final settlement. If the liability is recognized by the counterparty, we will immediately apply for a prepayment. This is in order to prevent you from getting into financial problems. A comprehensive overview of the various steps in the claim settlement process can be found in our overview >>
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