Hackney road traffic accidents


Getting legal support with claims for Hackney road traffic accidents

People come to and pass through Hackney for many different reasons; some commute to work in the centre of London from or through the area, and others come to visit some of the renowned cultural attractions in the borough, such as its numerous art galleries. There is also a large population of people – around 263,000 – that call Hackney their home.

With so many people moving in, around and through Hackney, it’s of vital importance that people visiting, living or working in the area know who can help them if they happen to be involved in a road traffic accident. After all, road traffic accidents can be difficult and stressful to deal with – so getting the assistance of an expert who knows exactly what to do for your specific circumstances can be a great help in making sure your claim is not only as straightforward for you as possible, but it also gives you the best chance of winning the compensation that you deserve.

Accident Advice Helpline is one of the United Kingdom’s largest law firms and one which provides legal assistance with accident claims – which extends to claims for Hackney road traffic accidents.

Get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline for expert claims support

For over a decade, Accident Advice Helpline has been at the forefront of providing support for people who have found themselves injured due to another person’s negligence. Thanks to our growing expertise in the field of personal injury law, we can provide advice and representation to anyone living in, working in or visiting Hackney who has been the victim of a road traffic accident which was not their fault, but the fault of another person – be they a driver, pedestrian, passenger or cyclist.

We work for our clients under a no win, no fee* policy, meaning there isn’t any upfront fee to pay in order to start your claim. When you begin your claim with us, you’ll have a member of our in-house team of solicitors assigned to help you build your case, to a high professional standard and with a minimum of fuss wherever possible. Our no win, no fee* policy also means that, if you don’t manage to win your claim and gain your compensation, then you won’t have to pay solicitors’ fees.

To get the expert help you need to help you get justice for your accident and injury, give Accident Advice Helpline a phone today. Landline callers can phone 0800 689 0500 for free to talk to an advisor. Mobile callers can call 0333 500 0993 to speak to an advisor, or have an advisor call them back by texting ‘claim365’ to 88010.

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