Eligible for an injury claim in Surbiton
Surbiton’s main claim to fame, from a popular culture perspective is that it was the iconic suburban home to the well-liked 1970’s BBC television series The Good Life which starred Richard Briers, Penelope Keith, Felicity Kendal and Paul Eddington.
For many people retaining their family home and keeping a comfortable standard of living would be very unlikely if they were to lose their gainful employment and they would certainly struggle to keep up to date with their monthly outgoings if they were to reduce their income. But for many victims of no-fault accidents loss of earnings is no situation comedy. If you have been unable to work and have seen your income reduce dramatically because of a no-fault accident then you may be able to make an injury claim and claim compensation not only for your injuries, but also for your loss of earnings or any other additional out of pocket expenses.
How do I make an injury claim in Surbiton?
Accident Advice Helpline understand that financially things may be really tight, so we even pay for the cost of the telephone call, from both landlines and mobiles. That was so we are able to take all your details in full and advise you to the best of our abilities without you needing to worry about the price of the telephone call. Put your details into our online calculator, the 30 Second Test and within moments you’ll discover how much your accident may be worth in compensation. Accident Advice Helpline have been established for over 10 years and have plenty of experience in assisting victims achieve legal justice. They can help you with your injury claim in Surbiton:
- Medical Negligence
- Accident at Work
- Road Traffic Accident
- Slip, Trip or Fall
So if you have a no-fault accident like this or similar then call Accident Advice Helpline now (their lines are always open) on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 Remember the call is free and you can call in complete confidence as their service is fully endorsed by Esther Rantzen, the peoples consumer champion, founder of the children’s charity Childline and erstwhile television presenter of That’s Life! Why should you pay the hefty and painful price of someone else’s negligence when the law says you are entitled to make an injury claim?
Date Published: 28th September 2013
Author: David Brown