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Getting into a car accident and sustaining a car accident injury can put you in a difficult position. A good lawyer would help you by guiding you, and, they would advise you on how to approach whole situation. So, contacting a reputable solicitor would be the right thing to do.
How to contact a solicitor
Contacting a lawyer who is aware of the traffic laws, and of London would be beneficial for you, as they would have the knowledge and expertise required to help you with your claim.
If you feel the need to ask questions regarding car accidents and car accident injury you could contact Accident Advice Helpline. In case you need to ask a question urgently dial 0333 500 0993 from your mobile phone alternatively you could dial 0800 689 0500 from your landline instead. You may call our law firm and an trained advisor will answer your call.
We are a well-known law firm with a staff of lawyers who are committed to helping their clients. The firm has a large and loyal clientele who have posted glowing testimonials on the firm’s official website applauding us for our efforts, professionalism and dedication.
If you browse through the AAH website for more information, you could read through the accidents and criteria section to determine if you have a qualifying case.
How your solicitor would help you with your car accidents injury claim
You could sustain a car accident injury to any part ofyour body, and, some of these could affect you at later stages in your life. Your solicitor would help you by explaining your options to you so that you are well aware of how to handle your situation. By collaborating with one another you and your solicitor could solidify your case and prove your innocence, and thus win the compensation you deserve.
Here are some injuries one could sustain in a car accident-
- Eye injury– You may sustain such an injury because shards of glass entered your eye when a drunk driver crashed into your car as he was heading towards you. The only way to undo the damage may be eye surgery and the NHS may not cover the cost.
- Concussion– The impact of the accident may have been so intense that you were knocked unconscious.
- Post–traumatic stress syndrome– It is not uncommon for one to develop PTSD after a traumatic accident.
Call us now on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 for some expert advice on your car accident injury.
Date Published: 6th September 2014
Author: David Brown