Wolvercote was once featured in an episode of Inspector Morse, a phenomenally successful TV detective series in the 1980s based on a character created by author Colin Dexter in his crime fiction series featuring the famous inspector.
Injury Solicitors in Lower Wolvercote
Victims of violent crime are entitled to seek compensation. One route is through the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority (CICA). Forms and the process are available to the general public on the government web site, but the procedure can be lengthy and complex and it could be wise to hire injury solicitors to represent you, especially if the first application is refused and the victim wishes to appeal.
Are you seeking advice from injury solicitors in Lower Wolvercote for an injury from assault, or from any other kind of non-fault injury? If so, you could ask us to help you.
Accident Advice Helpline
As one of Britain’s leading law firms in personal injury compensation, here at Accident Advice Helpline we handle around 25,000 enquiries per month and pay out around £30 million every year in lump sum compensation awards to people like you, who need the cash to support them in their recovery and tide them over while they are off work.
The experts know best
Why not call our friendly and knowledgeable advisors and ask them if they can put you in touch with our injury solicitors in Lower Wolvercote? You can reach them on 0800 689 0500 from a landline, or from a mobile on 0333 500 0993. The lines are freephone and are open 24/7, so you can call at any time. Should we not be able to answer your questions straight away, we’ll call you back. All of our solicitors work on a no win no fee basis. If you would like an advisor to call you back, text “claim365” to 88010.
Our patron is Esther Rantzen, leading consumer rights champion and media personality. Watch her video and let her explain to you how we can help you. Seven out of ten accident victims in the UK either do not proceed with a claim, or are not aware of their rights. If somebody has cost you physically and financially through no fault of your own, you should not have to take the consequences. You are entitled to seek compensation.
Date Published: 9th January 2014
Author: David Brown