Clitheroe is a town in the Borough of Ribble Valley in Lancashire, England. It has a population of 14,697 people and it’s close proximity to the Forest of Bowland mean it is often used as a base for tourists in the area.The most notable building in the town is Clitheroe Castle. Many tourists and historians flock to Clitheroe to see the true spectacle of this Norman castle for themselves, and this is a highly regular occurrence but with the roads dating so far back they were not designed with coaches or any transport in mind, this is why road traffic accidents are not unheard of in this area. Injury solicitors in Clitheroe work with victims of road traffic accidents to help bring them the financial justice that they deserve.
If you have suffered a road traffic accident, your first port of call must be your medical team, closely followed by Accident Advice Helpline where you will receive no obligation advice on not only your eligibility to claim compensation but also what the sum is likely to be.
If you wish to leave it at that then that is fine, there is no pressure to use our law firm. We were established in the year 2000 to help members of the public to know their rights, know what they are entitled to and how to obtain it. The injury solicitors’ work is always strictly confidential, we won’t sell on or publish any of your details and are genuinely here to help you. Our celebrity endorsement from UK charity head figure and TV personality Esther Rantzen supports our claims by saying – ‘’If you call Accident Advice Helpline, I promise you will receive free advice, that no money is required to make a claim & No Win-No Fee* means exactly that.’’
You can make contact with your injury solicitor in Clitheroe by making a visit to our website at www.accidentadvicehelpline.co.uk and submitting a 30 second claim form for a call back, you can also use our ‘compensation calculator’ which will give you an idea of what you could receive. On our website you will find tons of helpful information about who we are and what we do as well.
Call our helpline number today on 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile 0333 500 0993 and speak to one of our trained advisers about your accident. We will tell you, initially, if you are eligible to make a claim and also how much your award is likely to be.
Date Published: 6th January 2014
Author: David Brown