Accident solicitor for Bradford-on-Avon

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Solicitors may specialise in many different areas of the law from property cases to criminal defences and prosecution. However, some specialise particularly in personal injury law.

What does an accident solicitor for Bradford-on-Avon do?

An accident solicitor for Bradford-on-Avon’s role is to represent the victims of non-fault accidents who wish to bring claims for compensation against the parties that caused their injuries. At Accident Advice Helpline, all our lawyers are personal injury specialists, so if you need an accident solicitor for Bradford-on-Avon claims, why not come to us?

What else does Accident Advice Helpline offer?

Firstly, when you come to us, we will give you free legal advice about your accident so that you can determine whether you have a good chance of succeeding or not. All we need are a few details, such as when the accident happened; what injuries you suffered; and who was responsible.

We will also give you an idea of how much an experienced solicitor may be able to claim for you in terms of compensation. It’s important to say that this is just an estimate – every case is different. But your solicitor will take into account how your life has changed as a result of your accident and will ask for the maximum in compensation to which you are entitled.

There’s no obligation to go ahead. Many people are guided by our honest advice on the strength of their case and how much they may be able to claim; and some choose not to do so. But if you do go ahead, you won’t have to pay an upfront charge for our services, as you may do with many solicitors. And the solicitor who we appoint for you will represent you on a no-win, no-fee* basis. So if you lose your claim, you won’t have to pay their fees.

Checking your eligibility to claim

It’s fast and easy to find out whether you have a good case for claiming with an accident solicitor for Bradford-on-Avon. Call our helpline, try the 30-second test or text us:

  • Our helpline numbers are 0800 689 0500 from a landline, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile. We’re open 24/7, so you can ring any time.
  • You can try the 30-second test on our website. With just a few clicks, you can find out whether you’re eligible to claim.
  • Or you can text ‘Claim365’ to 88010.

With Accident Advice Helpline, you know your claim is in the hands of experts.

Why not get in touch today to find out whether a specialist solicitor could help you claim compensation for your injuries as well as some of the costs of your accident, such as transport, prescriptions and childcare?

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