Are you thinking of making a claim for personal injury compensation? Accident claims in Braintree are straightforward with Accident Advice Helpline. We keep our systems clear and simple to process your case faster, give you the best chance of a stress-free claim, and help you seek the justice you deserve.

How to start a claim with Accident Advice Helpline

Starting a claim with us is as easy as picking up the phone. We have a freephone number to call from your landline, giving you the time needed to ask all your questions and understand the process without having to worry about a huge phone bill.

In fact, you don’t even have to think about paying any fees initially. All claims are made using the no win, no fee funding method that has allowed so many people to obtain compensation since the 1990’s.

When you phone the helpline, you will speak to one of our friendly advisers who will be able to let you know straight away if you are eligible to claim. We will also provide you with an estimate of the compensation achievable from your claim based on other similar cases and take you through what you’ll need to do.

Accident claims in Braintree made by our team of legal experts

We are proud to have a team of legal specialists working for us in-house. Once you have decided to pursue a claim with us, we will put you in touch with your personal injury solicitor who will go through what you need to provide in terms of evidence.

Some types of evidence required in these cases include:

  • Police reports
  • Medical assessment notes
  • Statements of any witnesses to the accident, and their contact details
  • Your own written version of events

Once the documentation has been gathered together by your solicitor, they will commence negotiations on your behalf.

Types of accident claim

We deal with a range of accident claims in Braintree. Workplace incidents and road traffic collisions are common, as are slip, trip and fall accidents on the public pavement or within shops and supermarkets.

Sometimes the claim is made against an organisation rather than an individual in the case of accidents in a public place or on public transport. Your employer may be the negligent third party in cases of accidents in the workplace, or an individual person may be to blame.

Call us today on 0800 689 0500 from your landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile to find out if you can claim compensation for injuries sustained in an accident that was not your fault.

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