Elstree is a village in Hertfordshire, England, it lies on the former A5 road and is about 13 miles north of London. It is estimated that today’s population is around 5,110 residents. The old A5 road goes through Elstree village, where it is designated as the A5183 road. In the early 1900s, it was noted that: ” the hill roads are remarkably direct and seldom curve to avoid the steep pitch, and it has been suggested that the roads were originally slides for the timber which used to be sent to London for fuel.’’ These roads have received little in the form of modernization and so you can imagine that with many people commuting the 13 miles to the Capital City for work purposes there is a high volume of Road Traffic Accidents here.
Our lawyer in Elstree can help whether you have suffered a road traffic accident, accident at work or slip trip or fall in the last three years. Even if you are unsure of why your accident arose or who is to blame, we can answer any questions or queries you may have on our 24 hour advice helpline.
Road traffic accidents can leave their victims with life long issues, whether mental or physical and it can be extremely hard to try to get over an incident so traumatic. You may require psychological therapies to deal with the emotional side to your accident which can be anything from anxiety issues to panic attacks and for the physical side you may need treatments such as physiotherapy.
Medical assistance like this is not always readily available within the NHS and even if you can gain treatment this way it is highly likely there will be a long waiting time for this. This is why we urge you to seek private medical treatment, the longer a condition is left the harder it is to treat and after you have already suffered we believe that speeding up the healing process is essential. All of our lawyers in Elstree have a full reimbursement service which means that anything you have had to pay out for, such as private medical treatment, as a result of your accident we can have these costs covered – on top of the compensation award.
We do require receipts for things such as prescription costs and also evidence of hospital or doctors treatments which can be in paper form. This will also help us to build up a stronger case to obtain the maximum compensation possible for your accident or injury.
Accident Advice Helpline operate a 24 hour advice line, which is always free to phone where we can help in the initial stages to provide non obligation advice and guidance for your circumstances and if we believe you have a claim for compensation we will take on your case free of charge.
Our website www.accidentadvicehelpline.co.uk has a 30 second test to immediately discover your eligibility for compensation.
Call on 0800 689 0500 or for mobile phone calls, 0333 500 0993 and see how we can help you today!
Date Published: 20th January 2014
Author: David Brown