Accident Solicitor in Winterborne Monkton
If you’ve been involved in an accident, or been injured, in the last three years then you should take Accident Advice Helpline’s 30-second test on the website to see if you could be entitled to compensation. So if you’re thinking of consulting an accident solicitor in Winterborne Monkton then get in touch with us today.
Because if the accident wasn’t your fault then you could be entitled to claim for your injuries. It could be anything from a slip or a trip on a surface without a warning sign, a road traffic accident, industrial diseases arising from years of poor health and safety standards and lots of other incidents.
We’re a law firm that has been in business for more than 10 years and specialises in this kind of claim. So if you think you need an accident solicitor Winterborne Monkton then get in touch with our highly-trained specialists on the freephone helpline to see if we can process your claim today.
An Accident Solicitor in Winterborne Monkton on the phone
Most claims can be processed on the phone and in most cases you won’t have to go to court.
There are no advance fees, either. In fact Accident Advice Helpline operates on a strict no win, no fee basis, so you won’t have to worry about the mounting legal costs and you can let a highly trained team take care of your case.
Every case is different, but some factors that can affect both the size of the claim and the length of time it takes to settle include ongoing treatment, the extent of your injuries, the level of negligence and many other factors. You can call us 24/7 to check on the progress and ask any questions, but you can rest assured that we’re dealing with your claim.
Accident Advice Helpline has brought the right of legal recourse back to the man on the street. Consumer rights Champion Esther Rantzen has even backed our cause.
“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: 14th December 2013
Author: David Brown