Accident Advice Helpline are a firm of highly trained professional lawyers. They can assist with a variety of personal injury claims and will work hard to secure their clients a fair level of compensation. Some typical examples of the case loads that they work on every week are given here. Accident Advice Helpline for all compensation claims offer a no win no fee guarantee.
Accident Advice Helpline for car accident claims
Sadly, this is a very common aspect of personal injury law. The millions of cars on our roads mean that inevitably there will be accidents. If it can be shown that you have been injured in an accident that was caused by someone else, then you may be able to claim compensation. People may be at fault for an accident if they:
- Were not concentrating
- Were driving too fast
- Had not maintained their car properly
- Were not taking account of the weather or road conditions
Accident Advice Helpline deals with a range of injuries following car accidents. Some are more serious than others and they include:
- Head injuries
- Internal injuries
- Broken ribs
- Broken arms
- Broken legs
Accident Advice Helpline – slips, trips and falls
It is quite common to have a slip, trip or fall when walking around a car park, street, shop, office, restaurant, etc. For most people they just get up again straight away and maybe feel a little embarrassed. For other people, they cannot get up because they have suffered an injury. If you have tripped over something that should not have been there, e.g. a trailing cable or a worn floor surface, it may be possible to claim compensation from the person or organisation that was at fault. Accident Advice Helpline has a unique 30 second test that you can take at the start of claims like this. It will indicate if your claim is likely to be successful. If it shows that it is likely to be successful you then decide whether to go ahead and claim or not. Remember, you should not try and get up straight away after a slip, trip or fall. Take a few minutes to check that you are okay and that you do not feel dizzy. Let the people around you help you and call an ambulance if necessary.
Accident Advice Helpline – occupational accidents
Some Accident Advice Helpline deals with accidents that have happened when people were at work. These are sometimes called occupational accidents. They are not confined to the heavy industries like construction and manufacturing. They can happen in all work environments including commercial kitchens, offices and shops. If it can be shown that your employer is at fault Accident Advice Helpline’s lawyers may be able to help you claim compensation.
Date Published: 12th March 2013