Some people who have suffered a brain injury in an accident that was not their own fault make the mistake of thinking that all brain injury legal support is the same. In fact, this is not true at all. You will need to select the law firm that is just right for you from a long list of brain injury legal support and this can take a very long time. The alternative is much easier! Just call Accident Advice Helpline – they are one of the leading brain injury law firms in the UK and they will be very pleased to discuss your case with you.
What does brain injury legal support offer you?
All brain injury law firms offer different packages of legal support and some will always be better than others. Esther Ranzen was so impressed by the legal package that Accident Advice Helpline offer that she fully endorsed them and her picture appears on their website. Accident Advice Helpline offers a complete package of legal help right from the beginning of the claim until you finally receive your compensation.
Do brain injury law firms ask for upfront legal fees?
Accident Advice Helpline will not ask you for any upfront legal fees because they will work for you on a ‘no win, no fee*’ basis. This gives you great peace of mind at a time in your life when you are already probably dealing with financial problems after your accident.
Do brain injury law firms only deal with car accidents?
No, not at all. Accident Advice Helpline will help you with your brain injury claim if your accident was at work, at a sporting or social event or when you were in the street. They get calls from people with brain injuries everyday – they have all been hurt in accidents that were not their own fault. Here are some examples:
- Fall from a height at work – this is especially common in the manufacturing and construction industry. Workers have fallen from ladders, platforms and scaffolding. Many falls happen because an employer has not risk assessed the work task correctly and has not therefore provided the appropriate equipment for the job.
- Objects falling on to a worker – some occupations involve moving heavy objects around and sometimes there is a risk of these falling on a worker. Goods that are stored at high levels should be secure and workers should be provided with hard hats. If this has not been done then the injured worker may be able to start a claim for compensation.
- Slips, trips and falls in the street – some brain injuries are the result of something as simple as a slip, trip or fall in the street. If you fell over something that should not have been there then Accident Advice Helpline may be able to help you start a claim.
Call Accident Advice Helpline free on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone for free, no obligation advice about making a claim for compensation.