Have you been injured in an accident and are wondering if you can get compensation? We’re Accident Advice Helpline and we’re here to give you the best accident legal advice in Worcestershire to help you get the best possible compensation payout for your accident.
For more than a decade we’ve been helping people all over the country to get what’s due to them when they’ve suffered from an accident through no fault of their own. This can be a traffic accident or something that happened in the workplace; it can also include trips and falls, as well as medical negligence and others.
Getting your accident legal advice in Worcestershire
In order to file a compensation claim, the accident needs to have occurred within the last three years, but time extensions are possible in certain situations, such as illness caused by industrial diseases. In addition, the Worcestershire accident must not be your fault, but someone else’s. If you’re unsure about any of this as it relates to your case, go to our online Compensation Calculator and take our simple 30-Second Test, to find out if you qualify.
If you’d like to speak to someone about your Worcestershire accident, our advice line is at 0800 689 0500 and is open 24/7. Our highly trained advisers will be happy to answer any of your queries and they can also give you an idea of how much you can expect to get in a compensation award. You can speak with them under no obligation to proceed with your case.
Will I have to attend court for my Worcestershire accident?
In most cases, our clients are not required to attend court because our specialist solicitors handle all matters for them and represent them in court proceedings. This saves our clients’ time, expense and the stress of having to turn up for court sessions, and we’ll let you know as soon as possible what happened in court on the day so that you’re always fully informed.
Also putting our clients’ minds at rest is our 100% no-win, no-fee, policy that all our solicitors work under. There’s nothing to pay up front for our services and if you aren’t successful with your claim, there’s still nothing to pay. As our patron Ester Rantzen, TV’s consumer champion, says, if you’ve been injured it’s your legal right to get compensation.
Date Published: 19th August 2014
Author: Jan Newell