Is Accident Advice Helpline really your best option when it comes to personal injury compensation claims? Do they have specialist lawyers that can handle claims for a car accident in Babergh?
When it comes to road traffic accidents (RTAs), it really does pay to have lawyers on your side that specialise in that kind of claim; so many things can contribute to an accident of this nature, that you need somebody that is able just pick it up and get started.
Accident Advice Helpline are able to help you claim the personal injury compensation that you are entitled to by first establishing who was at fault, assuming that it is not you that is.
Esther Rantzen, the consumer rights champion, highly recommends Accident Advice Helpline and she has been our patron for over 13 years.
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You can start the claims process by calling our 24/7 telephone helpline to speak to one of our highly trained advisers. You are also able to complete the online form here on the website.Open Claim Calculator
Not only will you get free legal advice, without obligation, but you will also be connected with a specialist lawyer who will take your case forward and work until settlement of the claim is reached – one way or another.
Compensation claims and the conditional fee agreement
In order to have a chance of having a successful claim settlement, you need to show that the car accident in Babergh was not your fault.
There are many different ways that an accident can occur, and they are usually down to driver error or plain old negligence. If the driver of the other vehicle was using a mobile phone, for example, then the charge there is driving without due care and attention.
Any accident following this reckless behaviour is almost certainly going to be the fault of this driver, and it will be down to your lawyer to show this.
What is the conditional fee agreement then? You probably know the agreement by its other, more popular name – ‘no win, no fee*’.
When legal aid for accident victims was withdrawn, it was replaced with the conditional fee agreement. This was done in order to make sure that those that needed to make a claim could do so, regardless of their financial situation, whilst not using tax payers money (which is why legal aid was withdrawn in the first place).
If you feel that you have a valid claim for a car accident in Babergh on your hands, then contact Accident Advice Helpline today and see how we can help you.
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.