Much geographical change has gone on in the area of Cleveland/Teeside, with counties being abolished in 1996. Residents refuse to change their attitudes towards their location, with the famous slogan being “say Teeside, write Cleveland.” This refers to the postage of the area which regularly have Cleveland still as the county — Royal Mail refuse to commit to any county name for the area and use both Teeside and Cleveland.
Our injury solicitor in Cleveland/Teeside has no area discrimination, and whatever you call your place of home is irrelevant to us. What we do is help those who have been injured during an accident which was not their fault through Accident Advice Helpline. We take on all cases for free, meaning no money is ever needed to begin a claim and we endeavour to have the maximum compensation amount recovered for all cases.
If you have had an accident in Cleveland/Teeside, there are many questions that you may have. For this we have a dedicated and trained adviser at the end of the phone on our 24-hour advice helpline, which is always free to ring and you will always receive free no-obligation advice from someone whose job it is to have the answers for you. Call anytime on 0800 689 0500, or from a mobile on 0333 500 0993.
We also run a reimbursement service on top of your compensation, which means that every financial outlay that you have had as a result of your accident, from the small to the significant, we can have fully returned to you. We will take the time to discuss every aspect of your case with you to ensure you receive the most appropriate service. We investigate everything which surrounded your particular accident and the circumstances you faced afterwards and build up a case most beneficial to you financially.
Alternatively, you can log onto our website at 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: 4th January 2014
Author: David Brown