Accident Lawyer in Warwickshire


Do you need an accident lawyer in Warwickshire? Just call Accident Advice Helpline, and we’ll find one on our team to work on your behalf. Don’t suffer in silence with your injuries as your expenses mount up and your frustration increases.

Our specialist service

We will process claims for people who have sustained any kind of personal injury in any situation that wasn’t of their making. If it can be demonstrated that you got injured because someone else failed to do something to prevent harm, or did something to cause it, you could be awarded a payout.

Examples of the cases we deal with

To give you some idea of what we might receive enquiries about, here are some scenarios.

A young man is working in a warehouse in a building trade shop. He has been told to utilise some space on some very high shelves for storage when the company gets its weekly delivery. To access the shelves, he has to use a ladder. One week, he falls off the ladder, breaking both his legs and fracturing his right elbow. He cannot work for months.


A middle-aged woman is walking her dog in the park. It is winter and there is frost on the ground. Although wearing sturdy shoes with good grip, the woman slips and falls, breaking her hip. She is unable to work for several weeks, and has to hire a home help – which costs her a lot of money.


An older man is sitting in his car at some traffic lights. When the lights turn green, the driver in the car behind his sets off aggressively, bashing into the man’s rear bumper. The man gets whiplash – and of course, his car needs some repairs.


An accident lawyer in Warwickshire can help

In any of the above cases, an accident lawyer in Warwickshire would be able to work on the client’s behalf. In each case, they would aim to secure the claimant a payment of compensation – which would enable them to deal with their expenses (such as home help fees) and give them a “buffer” so they can get their life back on track without money worries.

Has anything like this happened to you? If so, call us. If something a bit different has happened, still give us a call – if we can take on your case, we will. Our contact details are as follows:

  • Dial 0800 689 0500 from a landline
  • Dial 0333 500 0993 from a mobile
  • Text “claim365” to 88010 and await a call from an adviser

Your accident lawyer in Warwickshire will work on a ‘no win, no fee*’ basis, because there’s no guarantee that you will win your case. But they will do everything in their power to get you that payout you deserve – you can always count on Accident Advice Helpline.

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