Not got time to make a claim? Then make just one call. That’s all it takes to claim!
After being involved in an accident that wasn’t your fault and being injured as a result, you may be left feeling sorry for yourself and uncertain of what to do next. Many victims of injuries may choose not to bother finding out if they are eligible to pursue compensation, as they may be struggling to cope alone and mistakenly believe that they are not eligible for any compensation.
So if you, or some one you are close to, have been involved in an accident or incident that has caused an injury, then you can find out quickly if you are eligible to make a Hambleton no win no fee accident claim by calling the expert advisers at Accident Advice Helpline.
Who can you call?
Call the reputable team of advisers and injury solicitors at the dedicated law firm, Accident Advice Helpline and speak to one of their highly trained advisers who can notify you over the phone of your eligibility to make a Hambleton no win no fee accident claim.
By calling their helpline whenever it is convenient for you to call, your call will be answered promptly as they are always available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
With in excess of 14 years’ experience, their team of expert advisers can always offer you reliable and relevant advice and legal information regarding your individual circumstances. In fact, you will be offered no obligation advice that is up-to-date and helpful to ensure that you can decide for yourself if you wish to proceed with making your Hambleton no win no fee accident compensation claim.
Click to claim?
If you prefer to go online, why not participate in Accident Advice Helpline’s unique 30 second online test? This short and succinct tool enables you to find out if you are entitled to make a Hambleton no win no fee accident compensation claim for yourself, from the comfort of your home or office environment.
Why make your Hambleton no win no fee accident compensation claim?
- You may require long term rehabilitation treatment that is costly and difficult to afford, particularly if you are left unable to work.
- You may have to adapt your living accommodation to ensure that you can access all areas safely and without additional assistance.This can be expensive to plan and carry out if you are living on a tight budget.
- You may have to move to another property that enables you to live independently or with a care support package in place for your future care needs.
- You may have to pay for additional carers to ensure that you can live independently and as you choose. Care packages may be expensive and involve multiple care teams which can mean that you are struggling to pay for the care that you require.
Date Published: 1st November 2014