Esther Rantzen recommends Accident Advice Helpline for making an injury claim in Maiden Newton
Maiden Newton is a village in Dorset with a population of approximately 1,000 people, nearly 30% of whom are retired. The older members of the community will remember programs like Braden’s Week, where Esther Rantzen made her first TV appearances. When Bernard Braden returned to Canada to present a similar programme, the BBC started That’s Life with Esther as its anchorperson. That’s Life ran for 21 years and earned her the reputation of a fighter for the rights of consumers, children, the disabled and elderly.
With a background such as Esther’s, it is no wonder that we are proud that she has been our patron since 2003 and endorses our services for an injury claim in Maiden Newton.
Why Esther says to use us for your injury claim in Maiden Newton
To quote Esther, “If you call Accident Advice Helpline, I promise you will receive free advice, that no money is required to make a claim and no win no fee means exactly that.” She knows that we will deliver what we promise, and that is why she recommends us for your injury claim in Maiden Newton.
Esther likes our principles
Accident Advice Helpline have four main principles that we strictly adhere to:
- Dependability; and
Esther has ideals as well, particularly where children’s rights are concerned. In spite of being told by several children’s organisations that it would not work, in 1986 she opened ChildLine. This was the first charity in the world to be there 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year to give children who were being abused, bullied or who had other problems the support and advice they needed.
ChildLine has now been copied by 150 other countries, meaning a lot of children across the world now have the help they previously lacked. It seems it is worth listening to Esther and taking her advice if you need to make an injury claim in Maiden Newton.
Esther has received numerous honours and awards, including a CBE in 1991 for services to television and an OBE in 2006 for her services to children. She has received six honorary doctorates from universities and was the first women to receive the Dimbleby Award at BAFTA for factual presentation. She is involved in 15 charities and has served on several government committees, including the National Consumer Council.
She is a truly amazing lady
Accident Advice Helpline, as Esther expects, will provide the highest quality service to our customers. We will make sure that your injury claim in Maiden Newton is as trouble-free as possible, and that every area of your life is looked at to ensure your personal injury compensation claim is maximised.
On our website there is a 30-second test for you to try. It will give you a rough idea of the amount of compensation you may be awarded. Alternatively, you can call our helpline on 0800 689 0500 straight away and speak to one of our friendly advisors.
Date Published: 21st August 2013