Have you had suffered from one of the following?
- An accident at work, such as repetitive strain injury, construction accident, equipment failure, health and safety breach or industrial deafness;
- A road traffic accident as a driver, passenger, motorcyclist, pedestrian or cyclist; or
- A slip, trip or fall causing a head, brain, neck, leg, back or arm injury?
If you any of these apply to you, and the accident in question was not your fault, then you should make an injury claim in Walkden, as you could be entitled to compensation.
Accident Advice Helpline offer free advice 24 hours a day, seven days a week and are a well respected, professional service. If you have had an accident and the team believe you have a strong case, they will endeavour their support in finding the best lawyer and be there at each and every step of the way. If that’s not enough, even the respected Esther Rantzen recommends our professional service. There is no obligation to go ahead — you decide if you want to start your injury claim in Walkden. You have nothing to lose.
We are one of the prime law firms in the UK. We have over 15 years’ experience as a successful personal injury law firm. If you have had an accident that wasn’t your fault, you could be entitled to compensation. You can find out if you are entitled to compensation by a simple quick phone call — 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile. You could be told on the phone if you can claim. You can even text “claim365” for a call back.
Visit us online at www.accidentadvicehelpline.co.uk. This site offers a free compensation calculator, also known as the 30-second test, which can help you to find out if you qualify for compensation, as well as estimating how much you might receive if successful.
Claim amounts can not be guaranteed; they can only give estimates of what your claim might be worth. Claim time varies from one case to another. A medical may be required but not always necessary. Each case is different, but most clients do not need to attend court.
Date Published: 27th September 2013
Author: David Brown