Expert solicitor in Hatfield


It may seem strange to find that Accident Advice Helpline is on Twitter, but in fact we are and we have many followers. It’s helped us stay in touch with our clients more and allows us to offer a much better service whether you’re looking for an expert solicitor in Hatfield or anywhere else.

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As well as Twitter you can find us on Facebook. This is a real chance to engage with us and find out more about what we do and the personal injury landscape in general.

We use Twitter to tell people about any changes in legislation or facts about personal injury law. We also run the occasional quiz or special offer, but the best way to use it is to ask questions and find out more about what working with us would be like.


In short we see the internet as being an excellent and invaluable research tool, but it is something which can sometimes do more harm than good. There is a huge amount of information available on the web, but not all of it is true.

During the winter Olympics various tweets emerged which were supposedly from winter Olympians revealing the terrible conditions of the athletes villages. In truth most of these stories were hoaxes, but they were believed by people and the mainstream media which meant the entire world developed a slightly distorted idea of what the Olympics were like.

The same problem applies to someone looking for information on personal injury law on the web. It is simply not always possible to be certain that the information you’re reading is true or false. You might make a simple error of reading details about personal injury law in the USA, or you might equally find yourself reading information which is out of date.

Our website

That’s why our website and social media tools are so useful. You know they are written by people who know about personal injury law in the UK and that all the information you hear is up to date. If there is a quick change in the legislation that we need to tell you about, for example, we can have this up on the web very quickly and also Tweet the details in an instant.

Finding an expert solicitor in Hatfield

So, as you can see, technology can help us reach people all over the world, so whether you’re looking for an expert solicitor in Hatfield or someone further afield you have support and advice which is never more than a click of the mouse away.

That’s key to what we offer – a service that not only helps you find a solicitor in Hatfield but keeps you as informed as possible.

For more information visit or call 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 if you’re calling from a mobile phone.

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