Compensation claims in High Peak can be made as long as someone else was responsible for your accident. Accident Advice Helpline can make your claim for you so find out if you are eligible to receive compensation.

Situated in the Peak District National Park, High Peak is surrounded by hills and moorland. Popular with hikers and tourists, it is a beautiful part of the country. Changes in altitude, though, can have their dangers though, and it should be no surprise how many people are injured in the area, often through no fault of their own.

Advice when travelling in hills or mountains

  • If you are walking, take extra clothing. The weather at the top of a hill or mountain can be very different from the weather at the bottom. Warm clothing and waterproofs could protect you from illness or injury.
  • Driving up hill will mean the correct use of gears. Make sure your handbrake is in good working order before you set off, and try to use gears instead of your brakes.
  • Walking around the peaks can be tricky and you will need to make sure you have food and drink with you to keep you hydrated, and in case you find yourself held up by poor weather.

Who are Accident Advice Helpline?

Accident Advice Helpline are a team of legal experts who all specialise in personal injury claims. We have a great deal of experience and knowledge, having been making successful claims since 2000. Our team of solicitors will know how much attention each claim needs, and make sure that every claim is handled individually, tailored to suit your needs.

Our friendly advisers, who you will speak to when you call, have been given a lot of the information we have learned over the years, and they are happy to share this with you, if it helps with your claim. They are also trained to tell you if you are eligible for claims in High Peak, using our unique 30 second test.

Do you qualify for claims in High Peak?

  • Was your accident caused by someone else? If it was that’s a good start, as you can only make a claim of you were not responsible.
  • What was the date of your accident. You will probably remember, but make a note as you only have three years to start a claim.
  • Can you prove that you were injured? Always have an injury treated by a medical practitioner to make sure it’s not more serious than it looks. Doing this also means you have proof that you were injured.

Start your claim today

All claims made by Accident Advice Helpline are made on ‘no win, no fee’, so you have nothing to lose by finding out if you can claim. Calls are free on a landline 0800 689 0500, or call 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone.

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