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Accident Advice Helpline is one of the leading Personal Injury claim specialists in the UK, and have been providing access to compensation for non-fault accident claims since 2000. We specialise in providing a one-stop shop for all of your no win no fee compensation needs and over the years, we have helped thousands of victims to get the compensation they deserve. We have expert solicitors throughout the UK, and our free Legal Advisors are waiting to take your call and start you on the road to recovery.
As part of Accident Advice Helpline’s total service offering we can also provide car repair services and car hire; and have access to medical, rehabilitation and financial experts if you need them.
Our Personal Injury claims process is quick and simple. Speak to one of our legal advisors. They will make sure we have the correct information about your accident and ensure you have the best chance of a successful outcome before being passing you to a solicitor who has expertise in your claim type.
Our experience in Personal Injury claims gives us unique insights into the impact a personal injury can have. We will negotiate with the insurers to get the best possible outcome, ensuring you receive compensation to attend to your immediate and long-term health needs.
Accident Advice Helpline have expert solicitors in:
Road Traffic Accident (RTA) claims experts
RTA claims for compensation can be made by the driver or passengers of a vehicle, or even other road users such as pedestrians, cyclists and motorcyclists. Even if the party at fault is uninsured or they flee the scene of the accident and can’t be traced, the Motor Insurers Bureau (MIB) could help you to claim the compensation you are entitled to for your injuries.
The most common cause of injury in an RTA is a ‘rear shunt’ causing ‘whiplash’ injuries to the occupants of the front car, which can sometimes result in painful symptoms lasting many months.
Workplace accident claims experts
Most workplace accidents happen when employees suffer a fall, or; have an object fall on them. Falls are often caused by hazards which are obscured from view or a hazard in a place which the employee expects to be clear and safe. Falling objects could include anything from a box of paper falling from a shelf to a pallet of bricks which have been stacked incorrectly.
Other causes of workplace injury may include:
- Slipping on a wet or insecure floor such as loose carpet
- Electric shocks
- Accidents with on site vehicles
- Accidents with machinery that has not been properly maintained
- Accidents because of the lack of safety guards
- Falls from height
Public liability claims experts
Slips, trips and falls are one of the most common causes of injury in the UK and can be cause by anything from a loose floor tile or unsecured carpet to a unexpected object left in a public walkway. Trips and slips may sound trivial, but can result in head injuries, broken bones, strains and sprains, facial injuries, damage to teeth, eye injuries, back injuries and lacerations.
Serious injury claims experts
Generally speaking, a serious injury is an injury which is either severe and life changing, or where the injury causes extended loss of earnings. If you have suffered a serious injury – you may need continuing care and support. Your financial compensation will give you the stability you need to pay for on-going care. If you need to make a claim for a serious injury you should call one of our legal advisors at the earliest opportunity to make sure you receive the specialist treatment and care you require.
If you have been injured as the result of someone else’s negligence and want to claim compensation, get the ball rolling today. Call us for free on 0800 083 5045 or see how much you might be awarded by taking our 30-second test™.
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