Claim companies, those companies that enable people with little knowledge or experience of legal matters to find a lawyer if they wish to make an accident claim, serve an important purpose in the UK.

Accident Advice Helpline was one of the first personal injury law firms to be established in the wake of the decision the government made in 1998, when they decided to scale back legal aid for those who had suffered in non-fault accidents, and from this arose a new need to keep the public informed about personal injury lawyers’ services.

When legal aid was withdrawn, so too was personal injury advice funding for Citizens’ Advice Bureau offices and injury victims who were unfamiliar with legal procedures were left without professional advice as to how they might claim compensation.

Given our vast levels of experience gained as arguably the UK’s top claim company the lawyers acting on behalf of our customers are much more likely to achieve success and have developed an expertise in whichever area of the law in which the client’s case falls.

 

The types of injuries we handle, as a top UK personal injury law firm, are typically caused by the following types of accident:

  • Road traffic accidents
  • Accidents at work
  • Slips trips and falls
  • Public liability
  • Holiday accident
  • Faulty products or accommodation in disrepair

One of the reasons that we consider ourselves to be the UK’s best claim company is that we operate under a strictly 100% ‘no win, no fee’ agreement. This means that we will never ask you for a fee or deposit before fighting your claim, nor will we ask you for legal fees if you do not win your claim.

Get in touch with us today and let one of the country’s most professional personal injury law firms help you claim what you deserve.

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