Accident solicitor in Strand

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Accident solicitor Strand – in the heart of Theatreland

How many accidents do you think there might be in Central London during the average month? Several hundred perhaps? If anything, that’s quite a modest estimate given the sheer volume of people and traffic passing through the capital’s main thoroughfares during the course of a typical day. One of the busiest highways in the capital has to be the road leading from Charing Cross to Fleet Street – famously named the Strand and home to some of the West End’s most popular theatres.

Famous but dangerous

While it’s true that the Strand features in many a well-known song and in several West End shows, it also undoubtedly appears in many an accident solicitor Strand’s client records. For the hazards you may encounter walking down the Strand are numerous. No wonder the average accident solicitor in Strand is kept busy: it’s easy to trip on an uneven paving stone for example, to slip on litter or to accidentally lose your footing on your way down a flight of stone steps.

A beautiful view but hazardous too

“Earth has not anything to show more fair” the poet Wordsworth famously wrote about the view from Westminster bridge at the easternmost end of the Strand. It’s true. The view of St Paul’s on one side and the majestic Houses of Parliament on the other is simply breathtaking. But maybe it’s partly because of that view that there are so many accidents on both Westminster Bridge and Embankment Bridge every year, especially in bad weather. With a vista like that it’s difficult to concentrate!

Had an accident recently?

If you’ve been the unfortunate victim of an accident or personal injury over the last three years, you could be eligible for compensation and that’s where an accident solicitor in Strand can help you. If the accident wasn’t your fault, you’d be advised to contact Accident Advice Helpline for more information on whether or not your accident would justify a claim and how much you could be expected to receive in compensation should it prove successful.

How can accident solicitor Strand help?

Visit AAH’s website and take their 30-second test to establish whether or not you would be justified in taking your claim further. Or telephone their freephone helpline on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile with no obligation to proceed. The lines are open 24/7 and all information is treated in the strictest confidence.

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AAH works on a 100% no-win-no-fee basis, so whatever the circumstances of your claim, you can’t lose!

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