Every year drivers, passengers, other road users and pedestrians suffer injuries in road accidents in Bolton and the surrounding area. In many cases, they are innocent victims – the injuries incurred are through no fault of their own.
But often victims fail to seek the recourse they’re entitled to following their accident. Rather than calling a helpline for a car accident in Bolton, they choose to soldier on without legal assistance. Across the UK, seven out of ten people injured as a result of another person’s actions fail to claim compensation. This is something we’re looking to change.
Call our helpline for a car accident in Bolton to recover your losses
If you’ve been injured in a road accident, the incident took place in the last three years and you have suffered financial loss as a result of your injuries, the perpetrator has a legal duty to reimburse you. Accident Advice Helpline’s in-house solicitors can help process your claim and win you the compensation you’re entitled to.
At Accident Advice Helpline, we take legal action on behalf of our clients on a no-win, no-fee* basis, meaning there are no legal fees to pay unless we win the case. This means it’s possible to make compensation claims in confidence, without the additional stress and worry caused by paying up-front for legal representation. We want to see people get the justice they deserve.
If you can provide evidence of your personal injury and the losses you have incurred, your case may not even go to court – it could be settled beforehand. Accident Advice Helpline can help you win compensation quickly and easily, making you glad you called our helpline for a car accident in Bolton.
To get in touch with our helpline for a car accident in Bolton, call 0800 689 0500 from your landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile at any time of the day or night. Lines are open 24/7 and our friendly, helpful customer advisors are more than happy to discuss the facts of your case. They can tell you whether you’re entitled to make a claim, even how much you might be entitled to, and explain what you need to do to begin this process if you decide to go ahead.