Gresford car accident


Broken bones can arise as a result of many accidents, but perhaps especially car accidents.

From hairline fractures to serious breaks that can require surgery to heal, there is a wide range in severity when it comes to broken bones. No matter if you’ve suffered a minor or a serious break, if you’ve done so through no fault of your own, you deserve to be compensated.

Accident Advice Helpline is a leading personal injury law firm specialising in accidents that have occurred at work, in public and on the roads. As a result, we have handled a number of cases involving broken or shattered bones, and we’ll fight to recover the maximum amount for you in compensation. If you have been injured in a Gresford car accident within the past three years, get in touch to find out more about how we can help.

Who was at fault for your Gresford car accident?

If you’ve been injured as a result of someone else’s actions, you deserve to be compensated.

Not only is this the moral thing to do, it’s also your legal right. Under UK law, you are entitled to make a claim if someone else’s negligence has caused you an accident. Examples of negligence on the road include:

  • Driving under the influence
  • Driving while operating a handheld device (such as a mobile or GPS)
  • Failure to signal
  • Speeding
  • Erratic driving
  • Failure to look

If a driver has neglected their responsibility to abide by the rules of the road and you have been left to suffer as a result, don’t just settle for living with the consequences. With Accident Advice Helpline, you can hold them responsible, and ensure they are not just left to get away with it.

How much could you receive for a Gresford car accident?

Depending on the severity of the accident and ensuing broken bone, you could be entitled to receive anything from a few hundred to a few thousands pounds in compensation. At Accident Advice Helpline, we know that life can be difficult after an accident, so we make it simple to get a quote, without requiring you to come into any offices for a consultation.

To get a rough idea of what you could stand to receive, simply fill in our thirty-second claims calculator. This tool will show you just how much you could be missing out on, all with no obligation to commit to taking legal action.

If you prefer to discuss your case with someone, a team of experts is standing by. We can answer questions and provide an honest answer when looking at your case, and the likelihood of a successful outcome. To find out more, call 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone, and speak to an adviser today.

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