If you’re looking for artistic gymnastics accident advice, it’s worth making sure you find a solicitor who has experience in that particular application of personal injury law. Although it can seem easier to take a case of personal injury compensation to a local solicitor, it’s worth remembering that they’re unlikely to have detailed knowledge they can bring to your particular case. This is, of course, because they handle a wide and varied caseload, only a part of which involves personal injury law in the first place.
Fortunately, there is another option out there: Accident Advice Helpline is a firm that was established in 2000 to deal solely in personal injury law. Given our volume of cases and number of solicitors, we’re able to match clients to one of our lawyers who already has experience in a similar case. For you, this means detailed and knowledgeable artistic gymnastics accident advice that, if you’re able to go ahead and make a claim, translates into the full amount of compensation due to you.
What you can expect
Since we deal only in personal injury law, we know the difficulties and stresses that people face in the aftermath of an accident. You can end up coping with many things all at once – treatment, pain management, money worries, changes to your routine and, sometimes, the challenge of facing up to a life that won’t ever be quite the same again. At Accident Advice Helpline, you can expect friendly and informative assistance from our trained advisers and solicitors, who all aim to take the worry, distress and delay out of any legal process.
We always work on a no win, no fee* basis, so you won’t need to have funds to begin a claim, something that is often a relief to people who are facing extra outgoings as a result of their accident.
We operate a 24-hour helpline you can call any time of day or night, when you feel up to it dial 0800 180 4123 if you’re using a landline, or 0333 500 0992 if you’re on a mobile. An adviser will be happy to discuss your case with you and to help you confirm whether or not you’re eligible to go ahead and make a claim for compensation. This depends on whether someone else was culpable for the accident through negligence or failure to maintain safety standards, whether it was serious enough that you needed to see a doctor, and whether the accident took place in the last three years.Open Claim Calculator
If you do qualify to apply for compensation, one of our solicitors will be in touch to talk about the process itself and the evidence necessary to support the claim you make. In the meantime, we’d always recommend keeping hold of any films and photographs that record the accident itself or (if you think it’s applicable) your training routines and equipment. Names and addresses of witnesses are invaluable, and it’s important to keep hold of receipts and invoices for any direct or indirect costs of your medical treatment.