Compensation Claim in Waltham Cross

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Nobody wants to have an accident. Unfortunately, due to the hectic lifestyles that most of us lead, they are something that few of us are lucky enough to avoid. If you or someone close to you have suffered an accident that has resulted in a personal injury, either physical or mental, and you live in the Waltham Cross area, you will find that when you start thinking of making a compensation claim in Waltham Cross, the area can offer you a choice of solicitors. It can become quite confusing choosing which one to go to for help.

Help is at hand

Help is always available to those who need it from the Accident Advice Helpline. With trained and friendly advisors ready to take your call 24 hours a day, seven days a week, we will offer you a 30-second eligibility test to help you decide if you should proceed with your claim. Basically, if you can fit into the three following guidelines, you have every chance of making a successful claim:

  • Your accident occurred within the last three years;
  • You suffered a personal injury, either physical, emotional or mental, as a result of the accident that has resulted in you needing medical treatment; and
  • The accident was someone else’s fault, not of your own making.

Compensation claim in Waltham Cross

Legal solicitors come in all shapes and sizes, and you have to be sure that your claim is being dealt with by someone with experience in that field. This is where Accident Advice Helpline come in. In the 15 years we have been in business, we have created a working relationship with around 200 solicitors, all of whom now work on a no win no fee* basis.

What does it take?

Many claims can be dealt with over the telephone without need for any further medical assessment. Recent changes to the law surrounding compensation claims means that if you are successful, you will have to pay 25% of the costs of the case. Anything else you may need to know about your compensation claim in Waltham Cross will be explained by your Accident Advice Helpline adviser. Your initial call places you under no obligation.

In safe hands

Accident Advice Helpline are backed by Esther Rantzen, who has campaigned for consumer rights for so many years in the United Kingdom. Combine this passion for fair play with the company’s experience in the field and you can rest assured that Accident Advice Helpline is the safest place to be when commencing a claim.

Call 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile today for advice. The lines are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, so call now and start that claim.

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