Expert accident claim lawyer

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If you are looking for an expert accident claim lawyer due to being in an accident that was not your fault, then you are looking in the right place. Many people have questions regarding their personal injury claim, which is why Accident Advice Helpline is proud to offer free, professional advice with no obligation. To prove this, we have set up a quick Q&A to help alleviate any worries you may have about making a claim for compensation.

What is an expert accident claim lawyer?

An expert accident claim lawyer is a fully trained professional that can help you with a claim for personal injury. If you have been in an accident that was not your fault, then the chances are you will need a solicitor that specialises in personal injury claims to help you win your case.

When would you need an expert accident claim lawyer?

There are various different reasons that you may need a lawyer to help you with your personal injury claim. Some of the different types of accidents and injuries that Accident Advice Helpline have dealt with in the past are:

  • Road traffic accident
  • Car accident
  • Medical negligence
  • Slip, trip or fall
  • Accident at work
  • Faulty product

If you have been in any accident that was not your fault, within the last three years, in which you received medical treatment, then you are likely to need an accident claim lawyer.

How do you get an expert accident claim lawyer?

By calling Accident Advice Helpline, you are already halfway to getting your very own personal injury claim lawyer to help you with your case. Our friendly, expert advisers are available on the telephone to talk through details of your claim. We will then match you with one of our expert personal injury solicitors who will take your claim forward.

Isn’t an expert accident claim lawyer expensive?

Not with Accident Advice Helpline. If you were to seek out a personal injury solicitor on your own, it could cost you an unlimited amount in legal fees. We offer a totally free advice service, with no obligation. All of our lawyers offer a no-win, no-fee* service, which means exactly that; if your case is not won, you will not pay our fees. Even better, it costs nothing to get your claim started.

If you have incurred expenses due to your injury or accident, such as taxi journeys or childcare then keep hold of the receipts. Your personal injury lawyer will be able to help you get those back too.

How can you contact Accident Advice Helpline?

Call us now on 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone.

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