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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    How does the claim process work?


    For many people who’ve been injured as the result of an accident, the claim process can at first seem quite daunting. With the expert and professional help of Accident Advice Helpline, it doesn’t have to be so. We aim to make the claim process as transparent and efficient as possible. By explaining exactly how the….

    Why was asbestos introduced in the UK?


    Asbestos is one of the main causes of work-related illness in the UK. If you’ve been exposed to asbestos in your working environment or you’ve been involved in accidents at work, Accident Advice Helpline could help you to claim compensation. What is asbestos and why was it introduced in the UK? Asbestos is a naturally….

    Historical accidents: Railroad Spine


    In spite of being one of the 19th century’s major technological achievements, railroad travel quickly dropped in popularity when railroad accidents resulted in serious injuries, such as railroad spine, some of which were fatal. A fairly frequent occurrence, injuries caused by railroad collisions were exacerbated by the fact that flimsy wooden railway cars offered little to….

    In focus: ‘THINK! advert – ‘Julie knew her killer’ (1998-2003)


    In order to communicate the vital message of road safety, shock tactics are becoming an increasingly common way in order to get the message across. In this article, Accident Advice Helpline takes a look at the famous national ‘THINK!’ advert, “Julie knew her killer.” Public information films and road traffic accidents Public information films are….

    In focus: THINK! Advert – Don’t drink and drive (2010)


    The THINK! advert series as a whole can be described in one word – shocking! They are there to shock us into avoiding road traffic accidents and other incidents that could be avoided if we were aware of a few things. The ‘’Don’’t drink and drive’’ advert from 2010 sees a barman explaining to a….

    In focus: THINK! Advert – King of the Road (Hedgehogs) (1998)


    Do you remember the King of the Road advert from 1998? The advert was aimed at children and was part of a larger Hedgehog Road Safety campaign run by Think!, the government website aimed at improving road safety. We can all do our part to improve safety for pedestrians and drivers, but it is vitally….

    In focus: THINK! advert – ‘Take longer to look for bikes’


    While a road traffic accident is a risk for all motorists, it is no secret that motorcyclists are at a higher risk of injury than those who choose alternative methods of transport. According to THINK! (the government’s initiative to encourage road users to take longer to look for bikes) ‘motorcyclists are roughly 35 times more….

    In focus: THINK! advert – ‘Slow down’ (2007)


    It’’s an undeniable fact that accidents on the road have the potential to ruin lives. Staying safe on the road is of paramount importance for motorists, cyclists, pedestrians and anybody else who finds themselves on or near a road. What are the consequences of road traffic accidents? It is rare that everyone emerges from a….

    In focus: THINK! advert – ‘Don’t drive tired’’ (2012)


    In an age where many adverts blur into one, from brash, in your face aggression to cringeworthy attempts at humour, a good television advertisement with a strong message stands out from the crowd. Messages don’’t come much more important than those that emphasise road safety and it therefore needs adverts to match the gravitas of….

    In focus: THINK! advert – ‘Richard didn’t want to die’ (2009)


    A good ad campaign can change the views and actions of many and the UK has an ad campaign that is not only successful but admired by residents of other countries because of its honesty. The ad campaign in question is the THINK! campaign; a campaign that promotes road safety in the UK. Stamping out….

    In focus: THINK! advert – ‘It’s 30 for a reason’ (2006)


    In 2006, a series of ‘Think!’ road safety adverts subtitled ‘It’s 30 for a reason’ highlighted the fact that driving at just a couple of miles per hour over this speed limit can make a huge difference to the injuries a child, for example, may sustain if hit by a car. Consequences of a road….

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