Accident solicitor in Weybridge
If you’ve been hurt or injured in the last three years and it wasn’t your fault, and you’re thinking of consulting an accident solicitor in Weybridge, then get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline.
We cover everything, from slips and trips on poorly marked surfaces through to accidents at work, road traffic accidents and all manner of other incidents. We even cover industrial diseases and conditions like hearing loss acquired through poor health and safety at work.
Want an accident solicitor in Weybridge? Take our free test first!
Take our 30-second test, our online compensation calculator, which will show you what you could be entitled to. Then call our freephone helpline and speak to our highly trained staff who will talk through your complaint with you and initiate your claim. Many claims can be initiated over the phone and most of our clients never have to attend court, which can be a relief for many anxious clients intimidated by the whole process.
Every claim is different, so the amounts quoted are for guidance only. Your payout will depend on a number of factors, including the extent of your injuries, the time it took to heal and other factors like lost earnings and ongoing pain. It can also take longer in certain instances to secure the compensation, but Accident Advice Helpline will deal with everything on your behalf, you can even call us 24/7 to check on our progress. Just dial 0800 689 0500 now.
Accident Advice Helpline operates on a no-win, no fee basis, too, so you do not have to worry about upfront fees or mounting legal costs. This stops many people launching a claim in the first place, but now Accident Advice Helpline’s policy has given the right to legal action back to many people who simply could not afford it.
Consumer champion and TV star Esther Rantzen has voiced her support for a company that shares her personal philosophy of justice for all. “I have met many people who have been denied justice – innocent people whose lives have been wrecked by an accident which was not their fault – and have faced hardship, unemployment or disability as a result,” she said. “Everyone should have access to justice.”
Date Published: 2nd December 2013
Author: David Brown