There are times in life when injustice happens. You have probably read about it in the papers, watched it on the news, or even listened to people talking about it at work. Injustice is everywhere, and, to be honest, you probably don’t usually take too much notice. Until it happens to you, that is.
One place on which we see plenty of injustice is on the roads. Most people take the time and put the effort in to drive safely and carefully, not just for their own benefit, but also so as not to be a danger to other. Unfortunately, not everybody is quite so considerate. There are plenty of people out there who are careless, even negligent. That minority of thoughtless people ruins it for the majority of polite and sensible road users. Where is the justice in that?
Sometimes those people can actually cause accidents, never mind inconvenience. You may be reading this and thinking it sounds all too familiar. If you are, and you had a car accident in Teignbridge, then you might want to give Accident Advice Helpline a call.
What are the criteria?
Firstly, they can accident in Teignbridge must not have been your fault. We can only help you if somebody else caused it. Secondly, it must have happened within the last three year, otherwise you will not be able to claim for it through us.
If you are still not sure, then simply give us a call. One of our friendly advisors will answer any questions you may have. If they can’t answer them straight away, they will always call you back as quickly as possible with an answer. You can also take the ’30 second test’ on our website to get a quick estimate of how much you might potentially be able to claim.
Tell us about your car accident in Teignbridge
Getting in touch is so simple. Just call free from a landline on 0800 689 0500 and tell us all about your car accident in Teignbridge. If you are calling from a mobile, just dial 0333 500 0993. Our friendly advisers are available 24/7 and are always happy to take your call.
Any advice you receive over the phone is completely free, and you are under no obligation to continue with the claim. It is up to you. We do, however, operate on a 100% ‘no win, no fee’ basis, so you really have nothing to lose by pursuing a claim.
Date Published: 5th September 2014
Author: David Brown