- Make your claim with Accident Advice Helpline
- Road traffic accidents in County Durham
- Whiplash accidents in County Durham
- Slips, trips and falls in County Durham
- Work accident in County Durham
- No-win, no-fee* from Accident Advice Helpline
- Road Traffic Accident stats for County Durham
- Accident at Work stats for County Durham
If you’re looking to pursue an accident claim with a personal injury solicitor in County Durham, but you are struggling to find anyone who meets your needs, have you considered approaching a national law firm? Established in the year 2000, Accident Advice Helpline are one such firm, who have an impeccable reputation throughout the UK.
Home to around 500,000 people, County Durham is one of the largest districts in the UK. Home to beautiful countryside, bustling market towns and the major cities of Durham, Darlington, Hartlepool and Stockton on Tees, County Durham is a popular place to live, work and spend leisure time.
Durham Cathedral is one of the most popular attractions in the area, and a well-known landmark of the UK. The neighbouring Durham Castle is a UNESCO World Heritage site, and together these and other local attractions bring over 19 million visitors to the city each year. Culture lovers will also enjoy the Living Museum of the North at Beamish, and those with a passion for the great outdoors can discover wonderful walks and country pubs nestled in the Durham Dales.
As with any busy location, the occasional accident is to be expected, whether on the roads, out and about or at work. When these incidents leave an innocent person injured, Accident Advice Helpline are here to help you pursue a claim for compensation to redress the balance. Call us today to find out more about how we can help.
Make your claim with Accident Advice Helpline
Here at Accident Advice Helpline, we like to think that we make claiming compensation for personal injury straightforward and stress free. If you meet our basic criteria for making a claim, we should be able to help you.
- Have you had an accident during the last three years?
- Was the accident the fault of someone else?
- Did you receive treatment for injuries from your accident?
If you can answer yes to all of these questions, it is well worth getting in touch with us on the numbers below. Our expert advisers will talk through the details of your accident and injuries, and advise you about no-win, no-fee*. We’ll also be able to give you an estimate for the amount of compensation we think we can win for you. Don’t delay, get in touch with us now.
Road traffic accidents in County Durham
According to a report by the Road Safety Foundation charity, the most dangerous stretch of road in the North East is the 3.6 miles stretch of the A193 from between the A19 and A1058 junctions in North Tyneside where there have been a number of fatal and serious crashes involving pedestrians and cyclists. The report notes that the North East as a whole had the UK’s third highest rate of fatal and serious crashes during one specific two-year period, costing the local economy around £390m.
In spite of recent improvements, 128 miles of the North East’s roads are still classified at a level of “unacceptable high risk” according to the Road Safety Foundation. Statistics show that on North East roads there were five fatal or serious crashes per billion vehicle kilometres travelling on motorways; 17 on dual carriageways and 48.4 on single carriageways.
The most dangerous time of the day to drive is twilight according to research. One in every seven (14.4 per cent) road collisions in the whole of the North East occur during dawn and dusk, between 5am and 7am or 6pm and 8pm – according to Department of Transport figures. County Durham experienced the most accidents on its roads during twilight hours, accounting for 15.4 per cent of accidents on County Durham roads during summer twilight hours, rising to 16.7 per cent in the winter months.
If you’ve been involved in road traffic accidents in County Durham and you would like to make a claim for your injuries, get in touch with the personal advisers at Accident Advice Helpline. Talk us through the details of your accident, and let’s see if we can make a claim for you.
Whiplash accidents in County Durham
When people think of whiplash they automatically assume that such injuries relate only to car accidents. This is not the case. Whiplash is a common injury in any accident which leads to hyper-extension of the muscles and tendons in the neck. Whiplash can be brought about as a result of slips, trips and fall accidents, or through sporting injuries, or injuries from extreme sports.
In many cases, whiplash is simply treated with rest and painkillers, but in the case of more serious injuries, you may be required to have medical treatments, and physiotherapy. If you’ve suffered whiplash accidents in County Durham, but you can’t find a personal injury solicitor in County Durham who will take your claim seriously, it’s time to talk to Accident Advice Helpline about making a claim. Call us now.
Slips, trips and falls in County Durham
There are huge numbers of slip, trip and fall accidents in the UK every year, and for the most part, those who suffer them are simply able to pick themselves up, and brush themselves down. For sure, they may feel a little silly if the accident has occurred in public, but they get on with their lives.
All the same, if you’ve had an accident that was the fault of someone else, were you aware that you could make a claim for slips, trips and falls in County Durham? No matter how minor your injuries, if your accident was brought about by the carelessness or negligence of someone else, call our advisers and ask about making a no-win, no-fee* claim today. Your compensation is just one phone call away.
Work accident in County Durham
At Accident Advice Helpline we understand that the decision to make a claim against an employer is not something that anyone ever takes lightly. When you’re looking to make a claim for compensation after a work accident in County Durham, you’ll be weighing up the positives and negatives of making such a claim very carefully.
You can discuss your situation with us here at Accident Advice Helpline with complete confidentiality. If you do decide to proceed with a claim against your employer, we will work hard to ensure your employment rights are upheld. For more information about making a claim for compensation following your accident in the workplace, call us now.
No-win, no-fee* from Accident Advice Helpline
Making a claim with Accident Advice Helpline will cost far less than you think, thanks to no-win, no-fee*, and means you won’t have to go into debt or break into your savings. If you’re considering a personal injury solicitor in County Durham, but you would prefer a national law firm who offer no-win, no-fee* get in touch now.
For more information about how no-win, no-fee* can assist you when you want to claim compensation for an accident that was not your fault, call us today on 0800 689 0500 or from a mobile call 0333 500 0993.
Road Traffic Accident stats for County Durham
Accident at Work stats for County Durham
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Date Published: 7th January 2014
Author: Clare P
Category: Legal Services
Personal Injury Solicitors in County Durham
Accident Advice Helpline: County Durham
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