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A change in season brings with it a change in weather and driving conditions. Balmy light summer evenings are replaced with dark, cold winter afternoons. Rain and snow fall a regular occurrence, especially in this district of West Yorkshire. It’s surprising how many drivers ignore the change in driving conditions. Not allowing a safe breaking distance between them and the car in front. This can be deadly on a wet and foggy road, possibly resulting in a multi car pile up. Have you been innocently caught up in a collision with other vehicles, through someone else’s careless driving? Talk to our Kirklees ‘no win, no fee*’ advisers and find out how we can help.

Whiplash or possibly worse

You don’t have to be the driver of a vehicle to make a claim, passengers are often hurt too. Whiplash is a common injury suffered by victims of road traffic accidents. This can sometimes take up to 12 hours after the accident to develop. We often hear from clients that initially they felt ok, then became unwell several hours later. Usually starting off as a headache developing in to neck pain and stiffness. Does this sound familiar to you? If you weren’t to blame you need to have a chat with one of our Kirklees ‘no win, no fee*’ team, you could be eligible for compensation.

You’ll have our Kirklees ‘no win, no fee*’ lawyers working for you

We don’t just give you one of our experienced advisers to help you claim. You’ll also have our best Kirklees ‘no win, no fee*’ lawyers working on your claim too. ‘No win, no fee*’ means you don’t pay our fees upfront. You only pay at the end if our Kirklees ‘no win, no fee*’ team get a successful result. If not, you walk away without paying our fees. You should know, that we have over ten years successful history under our belt. If anyone can get you compensation, our Kirklees ‘no win, no fee*’ team can. There’s no financial risk as our service is 100% ‘no win, no fee*’, so call and talk to an adviser now.

It doesn’t have to be complicated

Of course we don’t expect you to get weighed down with legal paperwork and phone calls. We deal with everything, it’s all part of the Kirklees ‘no win, no fee*’ service. You can access our help really easily, just call us free from a landline by dialling 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone. We can call you if that makes life easier, all you need to do is text ‘claim365’ to 88010. One of the Kirklees ‘no win, no fee*’ team will call you straight back. There’s even a quick 30 second test on our website that provides a free estimate instantly.

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