Were you hurt in the last three years? Did you suffer a slip, trip or fall that left you with painful injuries? Were you in a car accident or involved in another accident on the roads? Whatever happened to you and however it occurred, you may have been thinking about calling an accident claims helpline.
If you haven’t yet done so, it could be because you are nervous of what the result of that call could be. No one makes calls to these helplines as a matter of course. They only have the need to call if they have been injured, and no matter how confident they are about the chances of getting compensation, it’s understandable to feel nervous about calling.
There’s no pressure on you to claim when you call our accident claims helpline
Accident Advice Helpline has operated our helpline since 2000. Since then, we have fielded many thousands of calls from people just like you – people who have found themselves coping with injuries they should never have received. When someone else is negligent and causes an accident – no matter how it happens or where it occurs – it is difficult to cope with the injuries you sustain.
It might also be nerve-wracking to call someone for advice, especially if you feel you might be pressured into claiming. However, that’s not the case when you call us. We provide no-obligation advice on whether we think your claim could succeed. You can then decide whether to make a claim based on our advice.
Remember – we are here to help you
Accident Advice Helpline’s advisors have spoken to thousands of people over the years. We’ve used our extensive experience and knowledge to help many of them understand their position. Our accident claims helpline could help you as well, and since you can call easily on 0800 689 0500, why not call now? Mobile users can ring 0333 500 0993 too.
When you have the benefit of our no-obligation advice and assistance, you’ll be able to make a firm decision on whether to try and claim. One of our solicitors could be assigned to your case, and you can proceed on a no-win, no-fee agreement to ensure you’re not liable for solicitors’ fees if you lose. Either way, you are in a win-win situation when you take advantage of our expert advice.
Date Published: January 25, 2017
Author: Rob Steen