Hip Injury Claims


Hip Injury Claims

There are certain types of personal injury claims which are far more common than others and one of these is undoubtedly hip injury claims. The reason that hip injury claims are more common is not necessarily because hip injuries happen more often, but instead is because hip injuries can cause so much pain and inconvenience to the victim in the months after the original incident. This is true, as not only do hip injuries produce a great deal of pain, they do so over an extended period of time due to the slow recovery rate from these injuries and also mean that sufferers often experience a reduced range of motion for a number of months. Therefore, hip injury claims are common as a result of the fact that victims of these types of injuries encounter so many physical and financial impediments during their recovery that they have no choice but to pursue hip injury claims as a way of coping financially with their recovery.

Who Can Help with Hip Injury Claims?

In their 13 year history Accident Advice Helpline have handled thousands of hip injury claims, and as with all other claims, they pride themselves on their ability to get claimants all of the compensation that they deserve. The company’s proficiency in winning personal injury claim cases comes from a combination of their steadfast dedication and their enviable pool of experience and all of this makes them the people who you want in your corner. This fact has also been officially recognised by television personality and consumer champion Esther Rantzen who continues to endorse the company as a mark of her admiration for their work.

30 Second Test

A good stepping off point on your road to pursuing a personal injury claim is to take Accident Advice Helpline’s 30 Second Test. This involves answering a few basic questions about your circumstances and will result in you receiving an estimate of how much compensation that you may be owed, all in a matter of seconds.

24 Hour Advice and Guidance

After taking the 30 Second Test you can call one of Accident Advice Helpline’s friendly and professional advisors on either 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993. The lines are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week and are only staffed by the most knowledgeable and professional advisors who are ready, willing and able to provide you with any answers that you may need. What’s more they are fully trained to be able to offer you this advice and guidance in a way that is easy to understand and that will assist you in any decisions you may need to make at any stage of your claim.

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