If you have been involved in an accident then you might already be aware that you could be entitled to compensation.
To find out more about whether or not your individual accident and injuries qualify for compensation you can either contact Accident Advice Helpline directly and speak to one of our injury specialist solicitors, or you can take our 30 second test.
By answering a few very simple questions about your accident we can tell you straight away not only if you can make a claim, but how much that claim might actually be worth.
Types of Accident
Unfortunately people can, and invariably do, get injured in a number of places and in a number of ways. Our injury specialist solicitors know how easy it is for accidents to occur at work, on the roads, in public places and even in your own home.
Here at Accident Advice Helpline we have been providing personal injury legal support to clients for over 13 years, and we know all about:
- Accidents at work
- Faulty products
- Accidents at home
- Accidents in public places
- Food poisoning
- Sports injuries
- Children’s accidents
- Environmental poisoning
- Clinical negligence
Our personal injury solicitors are on hand to help with every aspect of your case. However, we also know that some cases are slightly more complex than others, which is why we have in house injury specialist solicitors as well to ensure that you are getting the very best service and legal advice that there is available within the industry.
Our injury specialist solicitors
Our injury specialist solicitors are precisely that, each one of them specialises in a particular area of the personal injury industry.
For example, we have injury specialist solicitors who work solely on industrial disease cases. An industrial disease is a disease, or condition, which has been caused by exposure to certain pollutants, substances or environments through your place of work or type of job. Industrial disease can range from asthma (caused by the inhalation of various particles), dermatitis (often caused by exposure to chemicals and other substances including bleach), asbestos related diseases (caused by exposure to asbestos) including the often fatal mesothelioma.
Such cases can be complex and slightly more difficult to pursue. This is primarily because, certainly in the case of mesothelioma, it can be difficult to establish where exposure initially occurred. Our injury specialist solicitors know that it can take up to 40 years for the effects of asbestos exposure to become symptomatic, which makes establishing a time line problematic. However, with years of experience behind them our injury specialist solicitors can help you make your claim.
They will be able to work with you and get all the information they need to help make your case. They will work tirelessly with you and help gain all the medical documentation and support required to ensure your case is a success.
Contact Accident Advice Helpline today to find out more on: 0800 689 0500
from a landline or: 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.