Do you live in the Blackpool area? Have you recently been involved in an accident that wasn’t your fault, and sustained injury? If so, you could be eligible to make a claim with experts in compensation in Blackpool.
Am I eligible?
AAH has helped many people in Blackpool get personal injury compensation. Here’s just a sample of the kind of cases we handle:
- Cyclist injured by uncontrolled dog: a cyclist who crashed to avoid a dog running loose was able to claim compensation for injuries suffered
- Ladder fall leads to broken knee: a warehouse worker suffered a catastrophic knee injury when a faulty ladder caused a fall at work
For a quick answer, try our 30-second test to find out if you are eligible for personal injury compensation. It could be the most valuable 30 seconds you spend today!
Is it difficult?
It’s very easy to pursue your compensation claim. Most claims can be processed by telephone, meaning you don’t even have to leave your home. In most cases, claimants won’t need to appear in court. Our personal injury lawyers have years of experience handling compensation claims just like yours, the service is completely confidential and there’s no obligation to proceed if you choose not to pursue a case.
How do I start my claim with experts in compensation in Blackpool
Start by giving us a ring. Our lines are open 24 hours a day, every day of the week. Our friendly team of advisors are specialists in their field and will help you to pursue the compensation that is your legal right.
But don’t delay! You only have three years to make your claim from the date of the accident, so make sure you get what’s yours before the deadline for claiming expires. The Accident Advice Helpline works on a no win, no fee basis so you needn’t worry about upfront costs.
All kinds of accidents are valid, including workplace accidents, trips and falls, road collisions and industrial illnesses. You can claim for any accident that was someone else’s fault. So don’t delay – give us a ring and get the process started today.
Date Published: 14th January 2015
Author: Jan Newell