Bromyard is a town in northeast Herefordshire, England which is recorded in the Domesday Book and the parish church dates back to Norman Times. The history of the town is very much alive today and shown with pride through the many half timbered buildings and pubs and festivals which celebrate different aspects of Bromyard’s past held throughout the year.
One of the festivals which happens during the summer month of June is the celebration of performing arts, this festival lasts for three days and attracts over 3,000 visitors to the town. This obviously increases the population dramatically and thus brings heavy traffic to the roads which in turn increase the risk of road traffic accidents. The injury solicitor in Bromyard has much expertise in this field of personal injury and works with Accident Advice Helpline to obtain maximum compensation amounts for those who have become victim to a road traffic accident which was not their fault within the last three years.
Road traffic accidents can leave many different injuries from the minor such as cuts and bruises, a small break or mild whiplash to the severe brain and head injuries, comas and even fatalities. Suffering a road traffic accident can leave not only yourself but your family with life changing effects, you may suffer a personality change, memory loss, brain damage or mobility disabilities which will mean life will never be the same again. We strongly believe you should be financially compensated for this and the law of the land agrees. You may need round the clock care, home help, home adaptations and help with benefits and mortgage payments due to not being able to work. Our injury solicitor in Bromyard offers totally free advice on all of the above and we endeavour to have the financial strains and worries completely taken away.
Accident Advice Helpline run a 24 hour advice helpline which has a service that is hard to beat. We have dedicated, trained and passionate advisers waiting to take your calls all day, every day and to call is always free whether it is 11pm or 2am you will always be answered by a human being – no automatic answering services, no call waiting system and categorically no flute solos!
Call today on 0800 6890 500 or from a mobile 0333 500 0993 and discuss your case with someone who is on your side from the beginning, during your case and through to the end.
Alternatively you can log onto our website www.accidentadvicehelpline.co.uk where you can submit a basic application form, use our compensation calculator and read all of our accessible satisfied clients testimonials, as well as the full endorsement given to us by charity founder Esther Rantzen.
Date Published: 24th December 2013
Author: David Brown
Category: Location Posts