LONDON, December 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Law firm Bott Co has launched the UK's first Personal Injury iPhone application on iTunes that allows claimants to get instant access to a personal injury solicitor if they have been involved in an accident.

The 'Car Incident Assistant' application and software developed by the IT Team at Bott Co specialist personal injury lawyers gives accident victims the ability to get instant advice and guidance including access to a specialist over the phone via the Bott Co call centre.

Potential claimants can click 'help', enter all the details of the other party and all the accident details. The application then connects to the firms live 24-hour accident help system and downloads accident advice to their phones instantly or offers to call them. The injury app then assists a claimant to collect all necessary information through a unique and innovative user interface allowing individuals the ability to collect people and vehicle information, capture location details, capture photographs of the accident and accumulate any witness or accident information through a full multi media set of applications

David Bott, Managing Partner of Bott Co commented, the advice a potential claimant gets is free, if they then want to proceed with a claim we will then process the claim and look after the damaged vehicle and even ensure the accident victim can get home. Its all about customer service and we feel this application gives any accident victim instant comfort that someone is looking after them. We are in talks with a number of interested insurers who see this as a valuable customer service application for their policy holders.

Once Bott Co have been instructed via the iPhone app Bott Co also allow claimants to track their case online and will arrange appointments for any medical reports or rehabilitation and send text up dates and reminders.

The is available for free on iTunes or the App store by searching for 'Car Incident Assistant'. - Or download from

Notes to Editors:

Bott Co were established in 2001 by David Bott, Paul Hinchliffe and Gary Froggart. David Bott is a committee member of APIL and sits on the steering group for the Claims Process Reform initiative.


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