Lancashire car accident claims


If you have recently been involved in an accident through no fault of your own, in which you suffered injuries that needed medical attention, then you could be eligible to make Lancashire car accident claims.

To qualify to make Lancashire car accident claims, first you need to fit these rules

No matter what accident you have been involved in, if you want to make Lancashire car accident claims, or any other type of personal injury compensation claim, you have to first fit the criteria, which is:

  • You must have been involved in an accident for which someone else was to blame
  • You must have sustained injuries in the accident
  • You must have needed medical attention, either immediately or subsequently because of the injuries
  • The accident should have taken place with the last three years, although there are a few exceptions to this rule

If you think that you fit all of these rules, then call Accident Advice Helpline and they will guide you through the next step in making Lancashire car accident claims.

Different types of accidents claims

There are different accidents that you could become involved in through no fault of your own, for example:

  • Road traffic accidents
  • Accidents at work
  • Holiday accidents
  • Animal attacks
  • Accidents at school or college
  • Cycling accidents
  • Slip, trip or fall accidents

Above are just a few examples of the different types of accidents that you could be involved in through no fault of your own, and for which you might want to make a personal injury claim for compensation.

Making Lancashire car accident claims with Accident Advice Helpline

Contact us to discuss whether making a compensation claim is the right way forward for you. Our friendly and helpful advisors will provide you with all the information you need to make this decision, and we will not charge you for having a chat with them. You will be under no obligation to proceed either, and they will respect your wishes, whatever you decide to do.

Giving them a call on our freephone helpline won’t cost you anything and you will not need money to start your claim either. We use the no win no fee* agreement, which means that you will have no legal fees to pay if you lose.

Some victims like to know a bit more before speaking to someone, and there is lots of information available on our very user-friendly website. This is also where you will find our 30-second test. The test asks you simple questions, which enable it to let you know if you may qualify for compensation. It also gives you an estimate of how much you might win.

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