Claims guidance in St Albans
If you think you could be entitled to compensation, due to being involved in an accident which wasn’t your fault that resulted in injury (or psychological suffering), then our claims guidance in St Albans may be able to help you to receive justice.
Before you look into things further we have a 30 second test which you can complete for immediate answers on your case, such as if it is valid for compensation and what it could be worth: www.accidentadvicehelpline.co.uk
At Accident Advice Helpline we try to accommodate everyone, their needs and what is convenient, this also applies to all our solicitors. One thing we do is have our phone lines open around the clock, seven days a week and always free to ring.
There will be friendly and approachable advisors to talk to who will never make presumptions or treat your call and case with anything other than compassion and respect. The 24 hour advice helpline receives more than 25,000 enquiries per month, it is evident that utter confusion surrounds compensation, please don’t let this put you of claiming. If you have a case we will do our utmost to have you provided with the maximum compensation possible – always on a No Win No Fee* basis.
0800 689 0500 – 0333 500 0993
Not all accidents will be eligible for compensation, however the rules are quite simple though not entirely black and white…
- If the accident is down to yourself, then you will not be able to claim compensation. However, if a little negligence on your part contributed to the accident then we can explore this further and see if the majority of blame is down to someone else.
- The three year period is applicable for the majority of cases, if you apply out of the three year period and your accident is not an exception then you will have lost out.
- Medical treatment is a must, this not only proves that your injury was that severe it warranted medical treatment, but it also aids our solicitors in St.Albans to provide a more substantial case.
Get in touch today for claims guidance in St Albans.