Nobody ever wants to have to spend time in hospital, undergoing various tests and procedures; but unfortunately a lot of innocent people are forced to do so when they’re hurt in accidents. Fortunately, however, there is accident legal advice in Portsmouth available to them to help them to claim the compensation they deserve.
The physical implications of the accident are the most obvious, and the ones that are the first to be treated. The doctors and nurses can look after the obvious injuries, such as cuts, broken bones and other aches and pains, but the emotional implications should not be overlooked.
A lot of people rely on their ability to work to bring vital money to the household, but when they are hurt in an accident it may leave them unable to do their jobs for a lengthy period of time.
The effects of the accident, coupled with the inability to work and the subsequent financial issues can add to the distress of the accident and make it much more difficult to make a speedy recovery.
No-win no-fee accident legal advice in Portsmouth
These financial issues should never prevent innocent victims from making a claim, and at Accident Advice Helpline we have a no-win no-fee policy which means that there are no upfront fees to pay for legal advice and representation.
This means that innocent claimants, just like you, can claim the compensation that you’re entitled to with the expert accident legal advice in Portsmouth provided by our friendly and experienced solicitors.
Putting your mind at rest
Our free online test will enable you to find out if you may or may not be eligible to make a claim, and all you have to do is answer a few questions about the accident and how you’ve been affected.
It takes just 30-seconds to complete and you are under no obligation to go ahead if you don’t want to, allowing you to put your mind at rest for the time being at least.
You have up to three years from the date of the incident in which to make your claim, giving you plenty of time to think through your options and to talk it through with those closest to you – and, of course, our lawyers.
This also means that it may not be too late for you to make a claim if you’ve been hurt in the past few years but were unsure on whether or not to do so.
To find out more information about making a claim or for friendly and professional accident advice, just give us a call on 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.
Date Published: 5th November 2015
Author: David Brown