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Talk to a solicitor online free


The legal world can be a complex and intimidating place, whether you are the person suing or being sued. But many people shy away from approaching a law firm or solicitor in the mistaken belief that they will be charged hundreds of pounds for even the briefest of chats.

When it comes to advice following an accident, time is of the essence. You should be able to talk to a solicitor online, free of charge as early as possible, so that you can decide whether or not you wish to pursue a claim, or how you plan to defend yourself from a claim being made against you.


If you are making a claim

In many cases, accident-related injuries will manifest themselves within a few hours of the accident. A good lawyer will be able to advise you on how to properly diagnose and document any damage caused to you or your belongings, in order to maximise your legal position.


Where can you go to talk to a solicitor online, free of charge?

The Accident Advice Helpline (AAH) website offers free support services through the website. You can either talk to a solicitor online, free or take our 30-second test™ to find out whether you have a case.

Since it was founded in 2000, the Accident Advice Helpline has helped numerous people with their personal injury claims. We understand that dealing with a claim can be an overwhelming experience – whether you are the person who is suing, or being sued. Our team of fully qualified lawyers can speak to you in confidence over the phone or online to help you understand your legal position. You are under no obligation to proceed with us, and our initial advice is free of charge. In fact, we operate on a ‘no win no fee‘ basis, so you will not be out of pocket if your case is unsuccessful.

Get in touch today, free, on 0800 689 5659 phone, to speak to a member of our team, and find out what we can do to help.