Belton is a small village in north west Leicestershire, close to the town of Shepshed. The village consists of a single primary school, but children travel by bus to Shepshed High School once they pass into secondary school. The village also has a pub, a restaurant, a village shop, a hairdresser’s and a doctor’s surgery. With a village comprising of such little industry and a limited population, you may be forgiven for thinking that no accidents or injuries occurred here, but an injury lawyer in Belton will sadly know that this is not the case, because accidents can happen to anybody anywhere.
The stigma of compensation claims, especially in small villages, can be huge, but Accident Advice Helpline work in the strictest of confidence. We are not going to turn up at your door, publish your name or sell on your details to other agencies. We are here for you, and our celebrity endorsement from UK TV personality and children’s charity founder Esther Rantzen speaks highly for our genuine and honest approach. We work strictly on a no win no fee basis and offer 100% free no-obligation advice around the clock on our freephone number 0800 689 0500, or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993.
Our phones are manned by professional and friendly staff, we answer calls 24/7 and can guarantee you will never speak to a machine or be kept on hold. If we cannot respond immediately, an injury lawyer in Belton or trained advisor will always call you back.
Full information on our injury lawyer in Belton is held on our website at www.accidentadvicehelpline.co.uk, where previous clients’ testimonials are accessible. Our success rate is one of the highest in the country, and being a law firm we know how to best deal with your case if it comes to court, though many do not and it is most unusual for our clients to ever need to leave their homes at any point during the process. We do all the nitty gritty for you, we fill in all the paperwork and we deal with all the people involved. Our aim is to make the process as hassle-free for you as possible.
Date Published: 7th November 2013
Author: David Brown