Who are Accident Advice Helpline?
We are a law firm that specialises in personal injury compensation. As one of the largest legal firms in the UK, we have over ten years of dealing with cases of this type and have built up a track record and reputation that’s second to none. In fact, our patron is Esther Rantzen, consumer champion, who endorses our services; and you only have to take a look at the testimonials on our website to see what our clients say about us.
How can an injury lawyer in Tain help?
An injury lawyer in Tain will represent you and your case to all the relevant parties involved, from the police to insurance companies, the courts and medical professionals. In many cases we deal with, the claim is progressed by telephone and there is no need for you to go to court, although obviously there are exceptions. If you are required to attend, your injury lawyer will be there to guide you every step of the way.
If you’re wondering what kind of accident an injury lawyer in Tain might be able to help you with, typical examples include:
- Medical negligence
- Road traffic accidents – whether these involve pedestrians, cyclists or drivers
- Industrial disease
- Accidents while on holiday
- Accidents in the workplace
- Injury caused by faulty goods
- Slips, trips and falls
- Food poisoning
- Sporting accidents
- Criminal injury
However, it’s worth noting that this list doesn’t cover every type of case we deal with, so if you don’t see your sort of accident on this list, it’s still worth contacting our helpline as they will be able to advise on what chance your claim stands. You can call us anytime on 0800 689 0500 or on 0333 500 0993 from your mobile – we’re here every day of the week, 24 hours a day.
Every accident is different and so every case we deal with is different. The main important factor in establishing whether you can claim is if someone else is at fault for the accident, whether deliberately (through a criminal act) or through carelessness or negligence.
If your accident was serious and for example leaves you laid up and unable to work for a period of time, your compensation may also include an element to compensate for that as well – to cover costs such as:
- loss of earnings
- child care and costs for help around the home
- travel and transport costs
- prescription costs
For a quick response, contact us today or try the 30 second test on our homepage to see whether you may have a case and an estimate of the sort of amount of compensation you may be entitled to.
Date Published: 1st November 2013
Author: David Brown