Accident Advice Helpline is committed to helping all of its clients to the best of its ability, and that includes those clients who live in or are travelling through or visiting the Abbotsley area, not far from Cambridge.
Accident Advice Helpline helps people who have been injured in accidents that were not their own fault. We are experts in achieving the high levels of compensation that ourclients deserve. This is how the accident solicitor in Abbotsley at Accident Advice Helpline goes about it..
Accident solicitor in Abbotsley – communication with clients
We do not believe in 9 to 5 hours and so operate a 24-hour helpline. Calls from clients are answered at all hours of the day or night, 7 days a week. We also do not expect ourclients to pay for the telephone calls. The 0800 689 0500 number is completely free of charge from a landline. We know that many people may want to call them from the scene of an accident in Abbotsley, or anywhere else, or maybe from a local hospital and so they have a number that you can call from a mobile as well 0333 500 0993.
These days, many clients prefer to access services online and we have a very clear and informative website. If you do not feel ready to talk to one of our advisers, then you are welcome to take our unique 30-second test online. It just takes a few clicks of the mouse to find out if your case is likely to be successful or not, and to get an estimate of how much your compensation could be.
Accident solicitor in Abbotsley – handling your case
The personal injury lawyer allocated to your case will be an expert in the type of accident that you have suffered. Therefore, if you have been affected by injury from falling in a shop you will be allocated a slips, trips and falls personal injury lawyer. If you have whiplash from a car accident, then you will be allocated a specialist car accident lawyer who knows exactly how whiplash is caused.
Your lawyer cannot do this all by themselves. They will need your help. You will need to provide some details of your accident and of how you were injured. Then you will need to carefully describe all of your injuries in an honest and truthful way. You can also mention psychological symptoms which have resulted, such as anxiety and depression. There is also the costs related to your injuries to consider, such as travelling expenses, prescription charges etc. Finally, you will need to tell them about all the doctors and hospital visits that you have had to make.
Just remember, the sooner you make that call, the sooner you will have your compensation, so why not give us a call today?
Date Published: 16th June 2013
Author: Sharon Parry